"I firmly believe early childhood to be one of the most wonderful of all life's seasons. I am fortunate enough to be able to dedicate my life making sure children are happy, loved and have access to as many educational and fun opportunities as possible.
I began working with children nearly ten years ago. When I was 18 I joined a volunteering team that worked with children on weekends, supporting them with school homework, organising trips and arranging family activities. After two months volunteering there I knew I wanted to be able to make a difference in children's lives. I enrolled in an Early Years Teaching degree at the University of Barcelona, and I graduated in 2013 with a specialisation in English Language.
I currently hold a QTS as well as a Level 3 in Forest School Leadership and a Peadriatic First Aid course, amongst other trainings such as Sign Language Level 1 or Understanding and Managing young children's behaviour.
My mother tongue is Spanish, a language which I try to use with children through songs and stories, but I am also fluent in Catalan and speak Italian.
In my free time I enjoy helping organisations like St.Gemma's Hospice by volunteering and joining in their events to fundraise money. I also like running, doing yoga, baking, and I have recently learnt to knit - so now I spend a lot of my time knitting scarves and hats!".