In early February, Charlotte Wilson and Nicky Cullity joined Pippa’s Guardians as Area Managers, both covering the West Midlands and they will be looking after our pupils who are at schools in and around Malvern, Bromsgrove and Monmouth. Pupil numbers have always been high in these schools, which are local to the Pippa’s Guardians Head Office, and new registrations are also looking healthy for the coming academic year.

Charlotte Wilson

Charlotte lives locally in Worcester with her husband and built her early career working in retail buying offices, firstly in London and then in the Midlands. Recently this has included training colleagues in other European countries as she was involved with the international sector of the business.

As a child, Charlotte attended several independent day and boarding schools, so she has experienced the boarding school world. Her own children are now at university and Charlotte has enjoyed supporting them through their examinations and university applications. Charlotte understands how important it is for parents to receive regular updates on their child when they are far from home, and she is looking forward to getting to know her students and their families.

 “I will make sure that you have peace of mind that your child is being supported practically and emotionally and therefore have a positive experience during their time in the UK.”

Nicky Cullity

Nicky started her career in property management in Reading and moved to Malvern over 15 years ago where she now lives with her family. Since living in this area, Nicky has worked in Events Management, most recently at Malvern College. In this role she has organised weddings, summer schools and residential courses and as a result she is very familiar with the boarding school environment and the boarding houses. Having also hosted an overseas student, Nicky knows how to help children feel welcome and comfortable in their new surroundings.

Helping children to settle into in their new school is of paramount importance to Nicky, and she will ensure they are safe and happy. She is looking forward to providing support to her students and to reassuring parents that their child is thriving in their new environment.

“The wellbeing of your child is my priority and it is so important to build a good relationship from the very start, so you know they are happy and being well cared for whilst away from home.”

A warm welcome to both Charlotte and Nicky!