Meet the ClassForKids Team | Sarah J

Written by Anna Lewis

Something we love doing in ClassForKids is getting to know each other on a more connected level. We're pals here in this office and we'd like it to remain that way! Who's next in line to be under the spotlight for our 'Meet the Team' series? Well, none other than the bubbly Sarah J!

From talking about delicious, spicy Korean hot pot to learning about her obsession with the K-pop group BTS, Sarah J is a bundle of joy who fills up a room with her positive attitude, natural curiosity for what's going on in her teammates' lives and overall refreshingly joyful demeanour! 

Let's jump into it then and get to know our Customer Success Superstar, Sarah J!


What is your earliest memory?

I was three and in a room with lots of children meeting Santa, and I was the awkward child who cried for about 20 minutes because I was absolutely terrified of him.

Which person do you most admire and why?

My Nanna because she is the loveliest person you will ever meet, but she is also a sassy, fierce, independent woman who doesn’t take any nonsense.

What is your most embarrassing moment?

The time when fell off my chair in the office, everyone turned around and the chair was lying next to me upside down...

What did you want to be when you were growing up?

I really wanted to be a ballet dancer, but unfortunately I wasn’t graced with good balance so that became a very unrealistic goal.

What word or phrases do you overuse?


What is the worst job you have ever done?

I worked in a retail position, and people would literally scream in your face for the silliest things that I had no control over. You just kind of learn to grin and bare it.

We all love to talk about ClassForKids. Where is the weirdest place you have found yourself having this conversation?

I once had a lengthy discussion with my dentist about the benefits of a booking management system for children's classes, taking no attention to the fact he couldn’t relate to it in the slightest.

Best thing about working at ClassForKids?

Feeling appreciated and valued by everyone I work around, which is very rare to come by in a job these days.