Forest House Education Centre Staff
Some of the Roman Fields staff work across both Roman Fields and Forest House Education Centre.
Emma Davis is a long-standing Assistant Head within our Trust. Emma is also the Teaching and Learning / Behaviour Lead at Forest House Education Centre, which is her primary base, but works extensively within Roman Fields too. Emma is very much a part of our Trust's SLT where we rely on her expertise to support strategic development, planning and implementation.
She is also an English and Film Teacher.
Emma has experience of leading and integrating new processes across the provisions, supporting excellent outcomes for pupils. She also prioritises and supports the pastoral care and academic progress of pupils, working alongside colleagues and parents to make sure that pupils have the best possible experiences at school, both socially and academically.
Emma is a keen advocate of staff mentoring and co-learning and enjoys working alongside colleagues and other professionals to find the right solutions and outcomes for the pupils.
Emma joined Roman Fields in 2016 (and Forest House Education Centre in 2022) and is proud to be a part of a team who genuinely make a difference to the lives of young people and their families.
Rebecca’s role at the centre is to oversee pupil progress, to communicate with pupils' parents or carers and all relevant professionals and to support the day-to-day aspects of pupils' experience, helping them to get the best outcomes (both academic and personal) from their time with us.
Rebecca builds excellent supportive relationships with pupils and parents alike, and is always on hand to offer a kind word or a listening ear. Rebecca has a wide range of experience, both within and outside of education, and works extensively and collaboratively with outside agencies to garner the best possible resources for each pupil.
Nicola has spent her career working with children and young people in a variety of settings including providing respite home care for children and their families and volunteering at a rehabilitation unit for children and young people in the USA. She has been a paediatric nurse in the NHS for over 15 years, spending much of this time in children`s A&E as well as spending time in other paediatric specialties. As part of her role as a senior nurse she has undertaken a mentorship course at the University of Hertfordshire and has enjoyed facilitating the learning and integration of student nurses and junior staff.
Nicola is delighted to join the team at FHEC and to have the opportunity to support the learning and well being of the pupils here.