Kinloch Kids Club is an Out of School Care Club aimed at providing good quality affordable childcare. We aim to promote and encourage the development of children within a safe, secure and friendly environment, enabling them to play and have fun with other children enhancing social skills and gaining confidence in themselves within a supportive structure.
Staff & Committee Members
Lisa Fullerton – Lead Practitioner
Hello my name is Lisa and I have worked as Lead Practitioner at Kinloch Kids Club since September 2007. Before I joined the club I worked for a number of years as a supply Nursery Nurse for Dundee City Council and also as Deputy Playleader for Birkhill Out Of School Time. Since taking the position as Lead Practitioner at KKC, I have completed my SVQ 4 in Playwork and I’m now working towards my PDA Childhood Practice Level 9.
I thoroughly enjoy working at the club, where I have built up good relationships with the staff and the committee and of course the children and their parents. The children always give you something to smile about and definitely cheer you up on a rainy day.
When I’m not in club I am spending time with my family and friends and looking after my family pets.
Jane Hall – Practitioner
Hi I’m Jane, I’ve been working in Out of School Care since 1997. I originally started at KKC and after leaving to work at another club, I returned in 2006 as Assistant Playleader. Along with the core training, First Aid, Food Hygiene and Child Protection, I hold my SVQ 3 in Playwork.
I love my job and the children who attend the club. I like to organise a safe, stimulating and fun play setting for them. I have also built up good relationships with the children and their parents/carers. Here’s to another 20 years!
Pauline Anderson – Practitioner
Hi I’m Pauline, I have worked at Kinloch Kids Club since 2004, originally sited at the old Kinloch Primary School. I am the Practitioner at our Burnside P.S. site. Over the years at the club I have gained an SVQ 2 and 3 in Playwork. I also attend regular relevant training for my position as Practitioner. Working at Kinloch Kids Club can be challenging however very rewarding.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends.
Ann Crabb – Practitioner
Hi my name is Ann and I have worked for Kinloch Kids Club since 2011, during which time I have gained various qualifications including NC Early Education and Childcare Level 6, SVQ 3 Level 7 in Playwork and PDA Level 8 in Childhood Practice. These qualifications have allowed me to promote my skills and knowledge to be an efficient Support Worker and also for when I cover the Practitioner role. I also undertake other training as part of my continuous professional development. Within my years of working with children I have also worked in the Early Years sector with Angus Council.
When I am not working at Kinloch Kids Club, I enjoy spending time with my husband and family members, especially my grandson.
Claire Osborne – Support Worker
Hello my name is Claire, I started working with KKC in February 2015. I really enjoy working with the staff and the children that attend the club. I have gained experience through studying Early Education and Childcare SVQ level 2 at Angus College. I have now been given the opportunity to further my education in SVQ Playwork. I feel this will let me use my skills gained to the full potential which will benefit as part of the children’s development. I have also attended further training relevant to my role as Support Worker.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time and going on outings with my two daughters. I also have a large family circle so I love spending time with them.
Stephanie Burwood – Support Worker
Hi I am Stephanie (Steph) I have worked at the club as Support Worker for just over a year now (Feb 2015) and enjoying every day working with the children and staff. I am looking forward to starting my SVQ 2 in Playwork, this will allow me to gain more knowledge and further my skills within the workplace. Before working at the club I worked with adults and older children with learning difficulties.
When I’m not in club I like to spend quality time with my son and also with my family and friends. I like relaxing but also being active and loving the outdoor life.
Kim Keillor – Support Worker
I started working with Kinloch Kids Club in March 2015. I really enjoy my job as Support Worker as I have made good relationships with the children, parent/carers as well as the other staff members. Prior to starting at the club I attended college and gained Int 1 & 2 NC in Childcare and Early Education. Some of the training I have gained whilst at the club includes Child Protection, Food Hygiene and First Aid.
Some of my free time is spent volunteering at Burnside P.S. where I help in the classrooms doing a variety of different tasks. I have also volunteered as an assistant coach with Tayside Special Olympics, I was involved with the Ten Pin bowling team and hopefully I will be picked again to help them at future events.
KKC is really good, the club offers many choices of different activities and it is all in a really fun, caring and friendly environment. My two step sons sometimes attend and they really enjoy it.
I spend my spare time with my family, especially helping out my older relatives by going their shopping etc.
The committee members are-
- Chairperson- Charmaine Wanless (Burnside parent)
- Vice Chair- Gill Grewar (Woodlands parent)
- Treasurer- Carole Winterton (Woodlands parent)
- Treasurer- Elaine Brown (Burnside parent)
- Secretary- Karen Smith (Woodlands parent)
- Committee members
- Jill Laird (Burnside parent)
- Emma Black (Woodlands parent)
- Paula Murray (Woodlands parent)
This service is provided by a Voluntary Management Committee and is run by qualified staff. All staff are PVG checked before commencing employment and the club is registered with the Care Inspectorate ensuring that policy statements meet those needs set out by the National Care Standards.