Come and meet the staff at our school.
Mrs Southern is the Headteacher.
Our Reception class teacher is Mrs Deakin. Mrs Newton is the class teaching assistant in Reception. Mrs Deakin leads Computing throughout school. Mrs Newton choreographs our dance teams.
Our Y1 teacher is Mrs Poole. The class teaching assistant is Mrs Stephens. Mrs Poole is our History and Geography Subject Leader. Mrs Stephens works in our Breakfast Club and is also Y1's lunchtime assistant.
Mrs Howarth is our Year 2 teacher. Miss Reynolds is currently teaching in Y2 teacher and the class teaching assistant is Mrs Harvey. Mrs Howarth is our Science Subject Leader. Mrs Harvey is one of our Junior lunchtime assistants, and is a Designated First Aider.
Miss Quinn teaches our Year 3 class, and Miss Davison is the class teaching assistant. Miss Quinn is responsible for the arts throughout school, and runs the art club and performing arts club. Miss Davison is also our Breakfast Club leader and is a Designated First Aider.
Our Y4 class is taught by Mr Puckey and the class teaching assistant is Miss Brennan. Mr Puckey is our deputy headteacher and leads maths and sport across school.
Miss Almond is our Y5 teacher and Mrs Jones is the class teaching assistant.
Mr Lawrenson is our Y6 teacher. He leads English across school and runs the school council. Mrs Killeen is the class teaching assistant, and is Y2's lunchtime assistant.
Mrs Lowe is our Inclusion Manager, she works across school running interventions for pupils.
Mrs Sargent is Reception class lunchtime assistant. Miss Brennan and Mrs Peake are lunchtime assistants in the Juniors. All other classes are covered by other staff members.
Miss Wild is the Administrative Assistant and will answer the phone if you call with an enquiry. Mr Clark is the School Business Manager.
Mr Peacock is our site manager and Mrs Rowley is our school cleaner.
As a school we are also very lucky to have a lot of volunteers who help with reading, displays, outdoor learning, the school garden and the library. Our volunteers come from lots of areas of the community - they are parents and grandparents, former staff, St Mary's sixth form students, trainee teaching assistants and members of our church.