Amelia Lawton BA (Hons)

SENCO / Senior Practitioner

Amelia has worked at Pre-school since October 2010.


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Amelia has previous experience through employment at a pre-school just outside the county.Amelia has previously delivered 'Fun Train' at local village halls promoting a love of music and movement from babies through to toddlers. She brings energy and enthusiasm to the team.  Amelia has a great understanding of child development through her work and as a parent of three children. She contributes to staff meetings and decision making and is happy to challenge ideas to achieve best practise. With a wealth of experience working with additional and special needs,  Amelia has taken on the role of setting SENCO.

During the COVID 19 lockdown and in the following weeks Amelia has continued to work with her keychildrens families promoting enthusiasm to use the activities posted on Tapestry accounts.


  • NVQ Level 3
  • Paediatric First Aid
  • BA (Hons) Dance
  • Child Protection
  • Prevent Duty Training
  • Attachment Theory
  • Channel General Awareness
  • Fun with Fingers
  • Magic of Maths
  • Safeguarding children in education
  • Prime Importance of Communication and Language
  • Early Years Social Emotional and Mental Well Being
  • E-CAT
  • SEND code of practice 
  • Safeguarding up dates 2021
  • Best Practice Guidance
  • ASD Awareness in Early Years
  • Understanding Sensory Processing Disorder
  • Misunderstood Defiance
  • I Can Early Talk Boost
  • Supporting Children with SEND in Early Years
  • Attending Early Years and Childcare Briefing Network Session
  • Early identification of SEND. What to do when 
  • Targeted Support for Communication & Language
  • Early Years Making Sense of Autism 2023

E-Learning through the COVID-19 Lockdown

  • Effective Safeguarding Practice (revised 2019)
  • Prevent Duty and Safeguarding against Radicalisation
  • Characteristics of Effective Teaching and Learning
  • Autism Awareness
  • Understanding Child Development
  • Improving Childrens Learning through Play
  • Supporting Early Language Development