Anna-Louise Gregson

Anna-Louise has a huge passion for working with children that stems from doing educational performances at primary schools whilst she was studying at college.

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Anna-Louise is a professional actress and singer who, upon graduating from Guildford School of Acting, became really interested in becoming a nanny on a permanent basis. Anna-Louise has a huge passion for working with children that stems from doing educational performances at primary schools whilst she was studying at college. She is thrilled to have turned this passion into a profession.

Anna-Louise currently works as a Nursery Assistant, specifically engaging with children aged 2-5. This experience has taught her how to balance having fun with children whilst allowing them to expand their minds and express themselves.

Studying drama and performing since she was 4 years old has helped Anna-Louise become the enthusiastic, energetic and creative individual she is today. Anna-Louise firmly believes that getting children to speak publicly and creatively gives them confidence and a sense of self-awareness that is a vital part of growing up.

When not taking time doing her other hobbies such as reading, exploring and swimming, you can find Anna-Louise spending time with her little sister, who she has babysat since she was 16 years old. Anna-Louise frequently takes her sister on days out to the theatre and cinema, ice skating, trampolining and pottery painting and relishes in the fact that she gets to let her inner child out when doing these activities!

Anna-Louise’s role model is Sir Ian McKellen. Born in Lancashire, where Anna-Louise was also born, his career as an actor is something to be marvelled. His determination and passion proves that, no matter where you come from, you can achieve your dreams if you work hard enough. In addition to his acting career, Anna-Louise also admires his role as a civil rights activist, fighting for acceptance and tolerance in the modern world. He frequently visits schools and encourages children to respect difference and diversity. These are qualities Anna-Louise feels are key to being happy and successful in the world we live in.