Staff Qualifications & Roles


Samantha Lister  (Designated Fire, Health and Saftey Lead)

Level 5 Foundation degree in Early Childhood

Over 20 years Experience

Michelle McGill-Clayden  (Behaviour Management and Designated Safeguarding lead.)

Level 5 Foundation degree in Early Childhood

Over 20 Years Experience

Deputy Manager 

Nicola Chalder

Level 4 Foundation Degree in Early Childhood

Over 17 years Experience


Abby Lister (Preschool Teacher)

Level 3 Diploma in Early Learning and Childcare

Over 4 Years Experience

Amelia McGill-Clayden (Preschool Teacher)

Fully Qualified Teacher 

Over 2 Years Experience

Paige Holdaway (Preschool Teacher)

Level 3 Diploma in Early Learning and Childcare

Over 4 years Experience

Giuliana Jervis (Preschool Teacher)

Level 3 in Early Years and Childcare

Over 5 Years Experience

Trish Balcombe

Preschool Assistant and lunchtime Supervisor

Over 25 Years Experience

Maxine Graham

Preschool Assistant and Lunchtime Supervisor

Over 5 years Experience

Jennifer Holley

Preschool Assistant (In training at Level 3)

Over 1 years Experience

Hazel Ellis

Preschool Assistant and Lunchtime Supervisor

Over 10 years Experience

All staff are First Aid trained completing a two day Paediatric course to resuscitation level and hold current  DBS checks as required by Ofsted. (Safeguarding Requirement)

Staff training is continually updated with regular one day training courses and workshops offered by Surrey Early Years and Childcare services.

All staff are committed to ensuring equality of opportunity and inclusive practise within the setting in accordance with regulations and the settings policy.



When joining the pre-school your child will be allocated a keyperson who will be responsible for their personal social and emotional needs during their time at the setting. They will work closely with the family to support your child and ensure their individual needs and interests are catered for within the setting.

The key person will be responsible for their care and well-being as well as their learning journey and profile throughout their time in the setting.


Horley Community Pre-school welcomes children with Special Educational Needs (SEN), we support them in a welcoming environment offering them the opportunities to reach their full potential. The setting works with Surrey County Council and other Outside agencies to support a child’s needs. The Special Educational Needs and Disability Coordinator (SENDCO) uses a system of observing and monitoring to enable them to implement a plan to meet the child’s needs. Regular reviews and evaluation takes place to create an Individual Support Plan (ISP) for the child. We have a local offer with further information on the Surrey Early Years website.


All invoices are issued termly in advance, fees can be paid weekly, monthly of for the whole term, and they are due the first week of the month.

We are registered with the local authority to accept the government funding for both two year olds and three and four year olds.


The setting is pleased to be able to offer this funding, it is available to families who meet the criteria the term after their child’s second birthday for up to 15 hours a week for 38 weeks a year (Please check the Surrey Family information service website for further details and possible additional funding).


This funding is available for all three and four year olds the term after their third birthday currently for 15 hours a week for 38 weeks a year.

In September 2017 the government will be increasing the free entitlement to 30 hours for working parents meeting the criteria. We will be offering these hours to families. Further information is available in the Surrey County Council Website.


Many companies operate these schemes and we are registered with several and happily accept payment from your workplace through the schemes, please ask for details.

Payments can be made by BACS, cash or cheques in a named envelope please.

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