Senior Leadership Team
Mr Michael Watson Head teacher
Mr David Preston Deputy head teacher, SENDCO & Inclusion manager
Mrs Jacqui Stockley Head of Year 3 & Speaking & Listening / EAL
Mr Jack Goodhand Head of Year 4 & Assessment Lead
Mr Alex Beauchamp Head of Year 5 & Lead practitioner
Mr Daniel Allen Head of Year 6/ Mental Health Champion/ Key Stage 2-3 Transition
Mrs Jo Carter School Business Manager
Year 3 Team
J1 Mr Lawrence Jenkins (Geography)
J2 Mrs Maddie Bowen
J3 Mrs Jacqui Stockley (SLT) & Mrs Sally Ismay
Mrs Joanne Mather Teaching Assistant Level 3
Mr Andrew Fairweather Teaching Assistant Level 3
Mr Clive Fairweather Teaching Assistant Level 2
Year 4 Team
J4 Mrs Nea Maycock (Reading) & Mr Charles Vickers (MFL)
J5 Mr Jack Goodhand (SLT)
J6 Mrs Helen Walton (R.E.) and Mrs Emma Schmidt (Geography)
Mrs Nancy Silvester Teaching Assistant Level 3
Mrs Saima Ahmed Teaching Assistant Level 2
Miss Rachel Newton Teaching Assistant Level 2
Year 5 Team
J7 Mr Daniel Hurley (Writing)
J8 Mr Peter Bainbridge (Computing)
J9 Mr Alex Beauchamp (SLT) & Mrs Jackie Bridges (Reading)
Mr Thomas Hewson Teaching Assistant Level 3
Mrs Kristina Booth Teaching Assistant Level 2
Year 6 Team
J10 Miss Molly Duncan
J11 Mrs Rachel Amin (Speaking & Listening / EAL) & Mrs Sarah Wales (Art)
J12 Mr Daniel Allen (SLT)
Mrs Louise Blacksell Teaching Assistant Level 3 & Medicine Manager
Mrs Sajida Khurram Teaching Assistant Level 2
Additional Teaching Staff
Mr Babajide Adebola P.E lead & Sports Premium
Mr Thomas Fieldsend Science Lead (Parental leave)
Mrs Susannah Williams Higher Level Teaching Assistant & Medicines Manager
Mrs Keeley McGregor Higher Level Teaching Assistant
Midday Supervisory Team
Jabeen Akhtar, Jill Gilbert, Sofia Ali, Farzana Wajid, Nimrah Hussain, Mary Green, Saieeda Alsam
School Business Manager Mrs Jo Carter
Finance Officer Mrs Sarah Wright
Administration Officer Mrs Abigail Poleykett
Receptionist/Clerical Assistant Miss Alison Greaves
Whole School Assistant Ms Claire Scott
Safeguarding and Inclusion Officer
Ms Ashwa Abdulla
Building Officer Mr Chris Wilcox
Cleaners Mrs Carole Leadley, Mrs Sue Smith, Ms Celine Bouzin
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