TRACKS autism early years centre leaders

Personnel

Jane Wagstaff-Smith

Jane Wagstaff-Smith, Head teacher

Jane has over a decade’s experience of teaching children with autism and other additional needs.

Nan Cannnon Jones M.Ed. Special Education (Autism) and co-founder of TRACKS autism

Nan Cannnon Jones M.Ed. Special Education (Autism) and co-founder of TRACKS autism

Before attending teacher training college Nan worked in a residential care home for children with special needs. She then taught in mainstream infant/junior schools until having her own children, returning to work as a Specialist Teacher for children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This work led to the creation of TRACKS and the opportunity to study for a Masters Degree in Special Education. Nan is now involved in TRACKS ground breaking work with KASPAR and the University of Hertfordshire.

Sara Campbell

Sara Campbell, BA (Hons), Early Years Professional, Centre Coordinator

With a background working in the City, a realigning of work-life balance led to Sara joining TRACKS in 2006, originally as a volunteer but since then becoming a fully qualified Early Years Professional. Sara has also attained Advanced Practitioner status in Sherborne Developmental Movement, as used so successfully at Tracks. Sara is responsible for the day to day administration and management of Tracks, working with the trustees and staff to deliver the best possible TRACKS experience for our children and families.