Rosey Halvey

  • BTEC National Diploma in Childhood Studies (level 3)

  • Step on training

  • Early Years First Aid

  • Safeguarding Lead Practitioner

  • Tiny Talk Sign Language

  • Childminding Matters

  • Prevent


Deputy Supervisor

  • NNEB (level 3)

  • First aid trained

  • Safeguarding Lead Practitioner

  • Portage Workshop

  • Setting SENCo

  • Food Safety

  • Resilience in Early Years

  • Prevent

Nicola Moss

Pre-School Assistant

  • NVQ 2        

  • Short courses

  • First Aid      

  • Introduction to child Protection       

  • Tiny Talk

  • Working with Stammering       

  • Expressive Language

  • Epilepsy Awareness   

  • Step on Training

  • First skills in play and Management

  • Prevent

Jodie Bush

Pre-School Assistant

  • Level one and two certificates in children and young peoples workforce

  • First aid training

  • Step on training

  • Speech , language and communication difficulties introduction training

  • Safeguarding Training

  • Supporting children with attention and listening difficulties

  • Prevent

Michelle Taylor

Pre-School Assistant

  • BTEC National Diploma in Early Years (level 3)

  • First aid trained

  • Safeguarding training

  • Prevent

  • Health and safety

  • Fire and Safety 

Hainford preschool is a charitable childcare provider and is run by a parent management committee. 


The committee is made up of parents and volunteers from the wider community. Together they form the trustees of the charity.


As well as benefiting children, volunteering offers parents the opportunity to meet other parents, get more involved in the community and widen their social network, update existing skills and learn new ones.


Our Committee

The current committee consists of:

Megan Ryan

Belinda Yaxley

Esme Hicks

Rosina Monsey

Claire Yaxley
Hayley Bedington
Kerri Edwards


Vice Chairperson





The Committee is responsible for:

  • Making sure the setting has, and works to, policies and proedures that help it to provide a high quality service.

  • Making sure that the setting works in partnership with the children's parents.

  • Attending committee meetings

  • Holding an annual general meeting

  • Compiling a budget (annually, chair)

  • Writing an agenda for meetings (chair)

  • Reviewing the pre-school policies (annually and when needed)

  • Employment of new staff

  • Appraisal of supervisor (annual, chair)

  • Making and approving financial decisions

  • Being account holders or signatories (some committee members)

  • Banking (committee treasurer)

  • Applying for grants when necessary

  • Fundraising

  • Ensuring the pre-school acts within the law ( health & safety, employment etc)

  • Informing the Charity Commission of activities and finances (annual report)

  • Acting as trustees of the preschool for the Charity Commission

  • Meeting Ofsted requirements and inform Ofsted of changes to staff / committee

  • Taking and type up minutes ( secretary)

  • Filing minutes (secretary)

  • Writing newsletters

  • Writing to local companies for donations when fundraising (secretary)

  • Helping out at events and with fundraising

  • Completing a criminal records check

As you can see it is varied and you learn a lot fast.  But it’s fun as well so don’t worry! Please remember you can give as much or as little time as you wish.


For further information or if you are interested in helping to run your child's preschool, please ask a member of the committee or staff, or email via our website on our contact page.   

An Annual General Meeting is held in October for new committee members to be elected.

For more information about joining the committee. please email

or please visit which has all relevant information regarding the roles and responsibilities that is required.