In Pre-School you will find Mrs Thornborrow.
Meet our Teachers...
Mrs Stefanie Williams - Headteacher
Mrs Sophie Slater-Baynes - Assistant Headteacher/SENCo/
Deputy Safeguarding Lead
Mrs Clare Thornborrow - Pre-School Teacher
Miss Megan Bailey - Reception
In Reception you will find me (Miss Bailey), Mrs Smith and Mrs Beard… but most importantly,
if you look closely, you will spot the 30 other children that make up our wonderful class!
Mrs Emma Fearn - Year 1
In our class you will find me (Mrs Fearn) along with Mrs Kitson and Mrs Henderson. Year 1 is a wonderful time as you become big boys and girls ready for your next challenge to become more independent at school.
Mrs Louise Boulton - Year 2
In Year 2 you will find Mrs Boulton, Mrs Irving and a class of wonderful children. Keep an eye out on our blog to see what we get up to.
Miss Rebekah Kitson - Year 3
In Year 3 you will find me (Miss Kitson) and Mrs Dale and we cannot wait to start our learning journey together with you in September. Year 3 is a fantastic year to be in as children access a range of activities to help build their independence and confidence.
Mrs Claire Hamilton - Year 4
Myself, Mrs Lynch and Miss Thorpe will be working with the children to expand their knowledge using a growth mind set approach to learning. We will embrace every challenge that comes our way, both inside the classroom and in wider areas of school life, whether it's a residential trip, learning how to play an instrument or outdoor learning.
Mrs Rachel Holmes - Year 5
In Year 5 you will find me (Mrs Holmes), Mrs Allison and Mrs Taylor along with a class of 30 children. The children have become independent learners over the years and we will continue this as we are approaching the final year of primary school! We expect the children to take ownership over their learning and to be resilient when trying things they find hard. We look forward to another year of hard work, full of achievements.
Mrs Hinds - Year 6
In Year 6, you will find me (Mrs Hinds), Mr Mollard and Mrs Lynch but, most importantly, you’ll find a class of kind and hard-working children who are always willing to learn. Year 6 is an extremely important year. We will work hard and play hard to make the final year in primary school as memorable as possible. Our two key words this year are 'Respect' and 'Resilience'. Demonstrating these qualities, will help us to be successful in all aspects of our school life.
As the Year 6 children are the oldest in the school, they will be allocated many responsibilities and roles around school, including being ‘Reception Buddies’, Eco-council Members, School Council Members and many more.
Mrs Claire Birdsall - Intervention Teacher
Mr John Mollard - Intervention Teacher