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Meet the Staff
Mr David Whitehead
Mr Whitehead is very kind, he takes his job very seriously and he has lots of hobbies. Mr Whitehead’s first hobby is Liverpool Football Club, he likes John Lennon from The Beatles. Mr Whitehead is a very good head teacher and the last thing I would like to say is that he wears glasses.
By Molly Dunthorne-Read
Mrs Madeleine Gower
Head of School / SENco
Mrs Gower is the Acting Head of School. She used to work in the Bears, Butterfly and Badgers classes. Mrs Gower has brown hair, bluey-green eyes and a lovely heart. She has three sons.
By Oakley Reading
Miss Lucy Hobson
Bears Class Teacher/ EYFS Leader
Miss Hobson is very funny. She works well in the Reception class. She loves sport and exercise.
By Jessica Dawes.
Miss Natasha Hyams
Butterfly Class Teacher
Miss Hyams is the best teacher ever and is funny. She has a cat.
By Amelie Cox
Beavers Class Teacher/Maths Coordinator
Mrs Kathy Goodwin
Badgers Class Teacher/ English Coordinator
Mrs. Goodwin is very funny and an imaginative teacher. She is American and loves chocolate!
By Ben Sharp
Mrs Sheila Dunning
Mrs Sarah Wootton
Mrs Wootton teaches in Badger class. She is brilliant at teaching the youngest pupils of the school. She likes chocolate and enjoys reading.
By Adam Platt.
Mrs Kim Wood
Mrs Wood is a funny TA. I’ve always liked her and thought she’s funny. She’s always smiling and is always there to help. She has 2 Dalmatians.
By Katie Saye.
Mrs Jo Baber
HLTA Butterflies class
She helps all the children a lot and is very kind.
By Jack Friedman
Ms Nina Grain
HLTA Badgers Class
Instead of calling Ms Grain, Ms Grain, we call her Nina. Nina is very child friendly, she is an HLTA which stands for Higher Level Teaching Assistant. Nina has been at the school for quite a few years. She works in the Badgers class.
By Madi Reading
Mrs Lesley Bronger
HLTA Beavers Class
Mrs Bronger likes Art and DT and is a very kind teacher. She organises ‘Star Gazing’ every year for the Beavers class. Mrs Bronger likes reading stories, science, table tennis and badminton.
By Nicholas Pratt
Mrs Deborah Elliott
Teaching Assistant Bears class
Mrs Mandy Bartle
Mr Dean Massey
Mrs Lauren Gray
Mrs Alison Simmons
Mrs Lisa Deller
Mrs Helen Felone
If you are hurt, Mrs Felone is very good at making you feel better. She is a kind dinner lady
By Molly Fisher
Mrs Mary Ann Whiskin
Mrs. Whiskin is kind and caring. She likes to play games with us after we have eaten our lunch.
By Robert Mace
Mrs Emma Thatcher-Pryke
Mrs T.P. works in the office, she has three children and is our Office Manager. She comes in our class to get us if our parents arrive early to collect us. She answers the phone and is very helpful.
By Louis Allpress and Joseph Mugadza
Mrs Karen Jacobs
Mrs Jacobs works in the school office on a Thursday. She calls the pupil’s parents when a pupil is hurt. She brings the mail to the staff and is very kind.
By Ben Kinsman
Mrs Helen Minshall
Beehive Club Supervisor
Helen works in the Beehive club (Breakfast and After School Club). She is a very kind lady, she suggests activities for you, provides food for you and helps you enjoy the club. Helen likes knitting, making jewellery and colouring.
By Katie Saye and Nicholas Pratt
Mrs Karen Jacobs
Beehive Club Supervisor
Mrs Jacobs is very friendly, she runs the Beehive club with Helen and Lesley. Mrs Jacobs has two daughters and one son. She gives us breakfast in the morning and a snack in the afternoon.
By Katie Saye and Molly Dunthorne-Read
Mrs Lesley Clarke
Beehive Club Assistant
Lesley works in the Beehive club, she helps out and she listens to you when you need to talk. She enjoys gardening and playing games with the pupils.
By Molly Dunthorne-Read and Katie Saye
Mr Clive Jacobs
Mr Jacobs is a kind man who gets up early in the morning and comes to school. He helps a lot in school, driving the minibus, mending things like light bulbs and computers.
By Libby Deller and Zaydaan Hamid
Bobo,the school dog
Bobo is a friendly dog and has an extremely waggy tail. She brings a smile to everyone’s face and helps to cheer you up if you are feeling down.
By Poppy Philpott and Jessica Dawes