Our Nursing team
Our nursing team are here to provide safe, high levels of care for your children and young adults.
Meet the Nursing Team
Hello, my name is Sally and I am the Director of Nursing at Over The Wall. I started as Director of Nursing in December and I feel privileged and excited to be back working here again as, previously I worked as Nursing Coordinator for 2 years until I my daughter came along in 2014 and prior to that had volunteered at camp for several years.
I have been qualified as a paediatric nurse for 22 years. In 2009 I gained my Masters as an Advanced Paediatric Nurse Practitioner working within urgent care and paediatic assessment units. Then in 2016 I decided to move into more management roles and became Matron for Emergency and Acute care overseeing a busy Emergency department and other areas. For the past 3 years I have been Matron for Children and young peoples services.
Out of work I enjoy going to the gym, hiking up mountains in the Lake District, cooking and spending time with friends and family
Hello, my name is Kayleigh. I am the Nursing Coordinator here at Over The Wall. I started my journey volunteering in 2013 and I have worked at Over The Wall for the past 2 years. It was the best decision I ever made!
I have been a paediatric nurse for 10 years, specialising in Urgent and Critical Care. I have also had the opportunity to nurse in Malawi in 2019, which was incredible! In my spare time I enjoy walking my dog on the beach, seeing my friends, or reading a good book!
Hello, I’m Amber and I’m the Wellbeing Coordinator at Over The Wall. I joined the team in early 2021 and have enjoyed every minute of being here since!
I have worked with children and young people in a range of roles since 2016, including going away on activity residentials which I have always absolutely loved! When I’m not at work, my favourite things to do are going for walks in the woods, going swimming and finding new restaurants/cafes to eat at.
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