Louise has worked in childcare settings for over 6 years and has worked with children from birth to 11. Louise has completed an honours degree in education, and continued her studies into child psychology. She has experience in youth offending services, social care, and children with physical disabilities, complex behavioural & emotional needs, and SEN. She has studied many learning approaches including the curiosity approach and Montessori schools.
Louise was an OPAL Play Coordinator with a school in which she worked various support roles, before joining OPAL.
Louise is passionate about creating curious spaces for children to thrive. She has a passion for forest school and teaching life skills through play.
“I believe every play provision should be inclusive for all children; through imagination and adaptation amazing spaces can be created.”