Director, Founder and
Jeni has over 20 years of experience in the training and education industries, managing and delivering training projects, and supporting thousands of technologists through training. In the past she has spent many years as a freelance SAP Instructor for SAP themselves, and since having children also became involved in the education sector. She is committed to inspiring students of all ages to get the most of computational thinking approaches. Previously, Jeni ran Code Clubs at the local junior school for three years, and now in her 'spare' time, she works at few hours a week at a local infant school, Heatherside Infants, as their IT technician.
Associate, Teaching Advisor
and Robot Impersonator
Cheryl has worked with children for over 20 years in both early years settings and as a fully qualified teacher. Her teaching experience brings with it knowledge and understanding of the younger audiences, which allows us to tailor our approaches to meet their needs more closely. Fun-loving and happy to stand out from the crowd, Cheryl also helps bring our shows to life and engages staff and children alike. She keeps her teaching skills current by also working part-time at a local infant school.
Photographer and Assistant Coding Adventurer
Rachel is professional photographer and a former primary school teacher of 20 years, and so brings a wealth of experience to our team. She loves working with children and families, and in her photographic role, is used to putting everyone at their ease to encourage creativity. She also writes for a variety of educational and photographic magazines on using extra-curricular activities to enhance learning. Her exuberance and enthusiasm makes her a perfect part of our Get with the Program Primary shows – either in front of the audience or behind the lens.
Primary Computing Consultant
Susan is one of ed techs pioneers and began embedding computers into the primary curriculum as early as 1998. Throughout her 38 years as an educator, she has continued to develop imaginative and creative ways of using technology from Early Years to Year 6.
She has been a Subject Leader, Key Stage 1 Leader, Deputy Headteacher and now works as a Primary Computing Consultant. Susan’s broad experience includes a deep understanding of how art and technology can transform the learning journeys of struggling children, and she now loves to share her knowledge with others who have the same goals.
Mentor, Coach and Business Development
Carol’s extensive experience in developing teams and individuals is invaluable to us at Get with the Program. Her focus is executive coaching, and team coaching and facilitation within companies, which is perfect for our needs. Working with us allows Carol to combine her interests in education with her interests in coaching - she is a governor at a local school, and so has a wealth of experience in how schools need support from the community to meet their goals.
Carol uses her knowledge and expertise with an approach that is flexible, focused, and friendly and fun. She has commitment, energy and enthusiasm, and this fits right in with our upbeat approach to supporting schools with the computing curriculum.
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