Freemantles Outreach

Freemantles Outreach

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The Team

 

Vanessa Clark

Leader of Surrey Autism Outreach

  Vanessa has taught in mainstream schools, where she has worked with and supported a number of pupils with Autism. She has completed the MA modules in both Autism and Speech and Language Difficulties. Vanessa joined Freemantles in September 2010 as a class teacher and became a member of the Social Stories team in 2011. Vanessa took over as Outreach leader in 2013. In September 2017 Vanessa became the Freemantles Community Assistant Head, with responsibility not only for outreach, but also for management of the Freemantles High COIN centre.

 

 

 

Emma Leach - Outreach Teacher

Emma joined Freemantles over 10 years ago, having previously worked in mainstream schools. She is especially interested in social communication and the sensory curriculum. Emma has completed the MA modules in both Autism and Gifted and Talented. She regularly talks about sensory processing difficulties for the Autism module of the MA.

 

 

 

 

Becky White - Outreach Teacher

Becky worked first in mainstream, and then with PMLD students.  In 2008 she moved to Freemantles and has been here ever since. Becky has worked with a range of ages, from Primary right up to FE age children, and has been a member of the outreach department since 2012.

 

 

Christine Gregory- Outreach Assistant

Christine joined the Outreach Team having worked as a Classroom Assistant and Lead Assistant at Freemantles in Key Stages 4, 5 and the Further Education Department. Previously she worked in a local mainstream primary school providing support on a one to one basis for students with Autism, ADHD and Social Communication difficulties.

 

 

 

 

Leigh-Ann Fielder - Outreach Assistant

Leigh-Ann joined the Outreach team having worked as a Classroom Assistant at Freemantles School, supporting children in year 3-4.Previous to joining, Leigh-Ann had the role of SENDCo in a mainstream nursery. She is currently studying a degree in Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Practice.