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Our Team

Our Team

Stuart Day
Responsible Individual

Hello, my name is Stuart, I started working with Pyramid Care in November 2012. I have an extensive knowledge in relation to children and young people through my role in education and as a former independent Fostering Panel Chair. I have a BA Hons in History and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education. I am the person who ensures that the Fostering Agency undertakes all the work required of a Fostering Agency and works to and within the Standards and Regulations.

Tony Sloane
Agency Decision Maker
Yaf Yafai
Director & Registered Manager

Hello, my name is Yaf. I started working for Pyramid Care in November 2012. I have been involved in social care for over 30 years and have previously managed Residential Children’s Homes to an “outstanding” provision, as well as being a former Registered Manager for an Independent Fostering Agency. I have a Diploma in Social Care Management and a Social Work Diploma. I manage our Social Work services on a day-to-day basis and have responsibility for overseeing all other members of the fostering staff team.

Jackie Gibson
Director & Administrative Manager

Hello, my name is Jackie and I have worked at Pyramid Care since 2012; my main role is to oversee all aspects of administration. I have many years’ experience in that field, having worked in both public and private sectors including in finance, health care, education and child care. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with family and friends, eating out and going to the theatre. I am a member of the National Trust and Worcestershire Wildlife Trust and I also enjoy bird watching during long woodland walks

Danielle Ahier
Senior Supervising Social Worker
Lottie Heels
Supervising Social Worker
Sally Yafai
Senior Therapeutic Play Facilitator

Hello, my name is Sally. I started working for Pyramid Care in November 2012. I am the lead therapeutic play facilitator, supporting Pyramid Care. My role within the company is varied and I feel very lucky that I get to spend time with both carers and the young people. I am very passionate about my work and am always eager to learn and grow as a therapeutic worker, a foster carer and a Mum. In my spare time, I of course love to spend time with my family, but I also enjoy drumming, baking, Yoga and going to the theatre. I love arts and crafts and I like to be busy! I also like a sneaky bit of chocolate and a good rom-com film! Fostering is definitely a marathon and not a sprint and I look forward to running alongside you on your family’s journey.

Jessica Pagett
Therapeutic Play Facilitator

Hello, my name is Jess. I started working for Pyramid Care in March 2014. I am a therapeutic Play Facilitator, supporting Pyramid Care. My passion has also been to work with children, supporting them to grow and develop. Within my role I work directly with the children and young people in a variety of ways which keeps my role varied and interesting.In my free time I enjoy reading, going for walks and Yoga. I love spending time with my friends and family. I love days out especially visits to the seaside!If there is one thing, I wish I could tell all our young people it would be “You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think”

Maria Norman
Social Work Assistant/Therapeutic Play Facilitator

Hello, my name is Maria. I started working for Pyramid Care in September 2019. I am a Social Work Assistant/Therapeutic play facilitator, supporting Pyramid Care I have recently moved to England from many years of living in Scotland. Most of my career working has been spent within local authority social care services, working in and managing day services and working as a trainer and assessor to social services staff. I was a respite foster carer in Scotland for children who had life limiting illness and disabilities. Before coming to Pyramid Care I was working with looked after children and young people in alternative educational provisions. Supporting in alternative education programmes outdoors. This has been a refreshing change to working in an adult learning environment and I have loved it. There is a whole lot of fun to be had at the same time as making as making a difference to peoples lives. Part of my future role within the company will be to help develop a therapeutic education provision, which is very exciting. I have been lucky enough to attend training in Theraplay® and Rebound Therapy and I’m really looking forward to supporting individuals and families and developing my role further.

Cat Benton
Administrative Assistant/Therapeutic Play Facilitator