Mrs Julia Tyldesley: Assistant Headteacher for Inclusion / SENDCo
Miss Amy Weatherall: ARP Lead Teacher
Miss Weatherall is the Lead Teacher for our Additionally Resourced Provision for children with autism. She is a firm believer that for children to reach their full potential, self esteem and confidence are vital and that this can be achieved by intertwining a high quality curriculum in the classroom with effective student focussed interventions. Miss Weatherall is an experienced teacher, who has worked across both the primary and secondary sector and has a proven track record for raising standards.
Mrs Elina Koloni: ARP Team Speech and Language SDA
I started work at Redden Court School in June 2019, as a Speech and Language SDA.
I am from Greece and I moved to the U.K. a few years ago with my family.
I have a BSc Degree in Speech and Language Therapy and I have worked as a Speech and Language Therapist for 6 years in Greece, with children with Autism and other Developmental Disorders in different settings. I love working as part of a team and I am passionate about giving the best care to children and their families. This is the main reason why I really enjoy my work in Redden.
I am a happy wife and mother of two lovely boys. When I have free time, I like doing arts and crafts with my little boys and I also enjoy cooking and painting.
Miss Karen Nash: ARP Team SDA
I have been working at Redden Court since September 2018 and enjoy working as part of the ARP team. I work with the students with Mindfulness interventions and also Working with Lego interventions as well as supporting students in the classroom.
I find the work really rewarding. It’s such a great feeling to see students gaining confidence in themselves, becoming more sociable and making friends.
I have been working with children and young people with special needs for fifteen years.
I live with my partner and have a grown up son. I enjoy going to the theatre, reading and watching dramas on TV.