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Rowena Prentice Wiltshire Family Learning

Rowena Prentice

After 10 years managing adult skills provision in the private sector, Rowena joined Wiltshire council as Manager of the Family Learning Team in March 2017. Rowena is focused on providing a high quality service which helps customers achieve success whilst also ensuring value for stakeholders and commissioners.

Lucinda Murray Wiltshire Family Learning

Lucinda Murray

Lu works in the Family Learning team as the development worker and works with partners and the team to support Wiltshire's families to get back into learning and work. She believes that family learning courses offer a catalyst to offer families a change for the better.

Catherine Holland Wiltshire Family Learning

Catherine Holland

Catherine is an experienced local government administrator and her role is to ensure that information is recorded accurately and is easy to find.  She is the "one in the office" and happy to answer your queries regarding family learning courses.

Family Learning Tutors Contact 01225 770478

Jenny Ham Wiltshire Family Learning

Jenny Ham

Jenny has been a tutor with the Family Learning Team for over 10 years. She delivers a range of courses specialising in English and ESOL.  She lived and worked in South Africa at the International School for 4 years gaining valuable experience in teaching children and young adults from different cultural backgrounds.

Laura Trowbridge Wiltshire Family Learning

Laura Trowbridge

Laura considers herself lucky to have been a Family Learning Tutor for the last 10 years; She supports families to learn together to develop the skills of both adults and children. 

Emily Tavakoli Wiltshire Family Learning

Emily Tavakoli

Emily has been a tutor for over 14 years working in the fields of Family Learning, Early Years, Arts in Education and ESOL. She has worked with families in the U.K and abroad specialising in English as a Foreign Language. Emily joined our team in April 2017 and has supported children and parents in Wiltshire get a step closer to achieving their learning ambitions.   

Cara Williams Wiltshire Family Learning

Cara Williams

Cara has been teaching for over 10 years and joined Wiltshire council as a Family Learning Tutor in  June 2017. She loves making learning come alive and hopes to instill a love of learning through exciting materials and an understanding, collaborative atmosphere.

Andy Whiley Wiltshire Family Learning

Andrew Whiley

Andy studied education at the University of the West of England and has taught in a variety of schools in Bristol and Wiltshire.  He feels that learning should be instructive, but also engaging and enjoyable.  Family Learning is not about completing endless sums or writing down meaningless text; it is about sharing ideas and understanding that learning can be interesting and beneficial to an individual and their family. 

Vanessa Muller

Vanessa Muller

Vanessa has been a teacher for 17 years and is the newest member of the Family Learning Team.  She is passionate about life-long learning and loves to make learning fun and creative.

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Mel Matthews Building Bridges

Mel Matthews

After many years of supporting people in education and training Mel's role within the team is now a development worker.  She strives to encourage progression and achievement with individuals and families. 

Andrea Moore Building Bridges

Andrea Moore

After 16 years working in education and around health and social issues with children and families, Andrea joined the team in May, 2017. Andrea enjoys collaborative working when supporting individuals to overcome barriers and achieve successful outcomes. 

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Nicola Crompton

Nicola joined our team in April 2018 as a Development Worker for Building Bridges. Nicola believes the Building Bridges Team offer a fantastic and unique programme of support for individuals with personalised plans and by being on hand to help at every step of the way.

Nicola is looking forward to working with our partners to help individuals bridge gaps in learning, develop their skills, access education and move towards the world of work. 

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Anna Tree

Anna joined our team in April 2018 as a Development Worker for Building Bridges. Originally starting out with a BA Hons degree in Cultural Studies.  Anna has spent over 10 years working in the Social Housing sector working with families and individuals from diverse backgrounds.  Anna loves to learn and has more recently completed a CIPD Level 3 course in Human Resource Management and is also a qualified Community Mediator.  Anna really enjoys enabling people to reach their full potential and encouraging them to develop their skills and abilities.

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Sean Turner

Sean recently joined our team in April 2018 as a Support Officer for Building Bridges. Sean will be first point of contact for any queries around the processes. Sean is focused on providing a more systematic way of working and providing simplified systems to bring high quality results.

Building Bridges enquiries can be contacted on 01225 713042 

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