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Pinvin Community Preschool

Nurturing hearts and minds on a path of possibilities

Pinvin Community Preschool Committee

As a registered charity (700766) the preschool is run by a committee of volunteers (trustees) who help with the running, management and development of the setting.

Our committee is formed from persons with a range of skills and attributes and is what makes Pinvin Community Preschool so special. Without a full acting committee the preschool cannot operate so we are always actively seeking volunteers to join our pre-school family.

Annual General Meeting (AGM) 

This years AGM is diarised for the 

19th January 2021 at 7pm via zoom.

This meeting is open to all our staff and families and reports on the last financial and academic year September 2020 to August 2021.

During this meeting we will hear reports from the manager, treasurer and nominated person. We will also be voting in new trustees for the current academic year.

Our current committee

Victoria Clarke

Nominated person

Victoria has been involved in the preschool from when her daughter registered with us many years ago!. She leads the committee of trustees in their work to support the management of the setting. Victoria is very passionate about early years and allowing children freedom to play and explore.

Jodie Newton Treadwell

Secretary

Jodie is the committee's secretary and is involved in the keeping and distributing of minutes from our meetings. Jodie is also a parent member and leads the parent partnership team in their fundraising efforts.

Zoe Corfield

Treasurer

Zoe has a bookkeeping background so acts as our treasurer. Zoe makes financial decisions and advises the committee regarding the charities business operations.

Libby Laing

Early years expert trustee

Libby is an ex parent of the pre-school and also works for a local early years setting. Libby has a vast amount of early years knowledge and experience which is put to good use, in supporting the management of Pinvin Community Pre-school.

Kay Wheatcroft

Local community trustee

Kay has an early years background and is an ex parent of the setting. Kay lives locally and supports us through her community links. 

Emma Pelling

Parent trustee

Emma is one of our parent trustees who supports the setting through feedback of her experiences as an active parent of the setting.

Vacancy

Parent trustee


Vacancy 

Parent trustee


More about the Committee

To fulfill our charitable constitution 50% of our trustees must be active parents of children registered at the setting. Benefits of becoming a trustee are many;


Families know their children’s needs best;

We may be child development experts but you know best of all, your child’s and family’s needs. Involvement in the management of the setting enables us to work together more cohesively to ensure we are shaping practice together and ultimately meeting the needs of all our children.

Professional Development;

Volunteering is proven to support a range of skills which are transferable into the workplace, enhancing career opportunities. As a trustee you will have access to training opportunities and workplace training. You may be involved in research projects, or audits to identify areas to improve and grow. As a trustee you will be part of a team, working together to make strategic decisions for the setting.

Your involvement can be tailored to your interests and skill base offering a wealth of opportunity to enhance your employability and career progression.

Well-being and Self-esteem;

Volunteering allows us to give something back to the community. Recognising our skills and expertise and putting these to use can be hugely rewarding. It is also a wonderful way to meet like-minded people and forge social network links within the local community. 


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