Who's who ? Our School Team


HEADTEACHER
• Ms Zoe Avastu

DESIGNATED SAFEGUARD LEADER
• Mrs Catrin Parsons

SENDCo
• Mrs Andrea Jordan
• Ms Zoe Avastu

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
• Mrs Lynne Birch

OTHER TEACHING STAFF
• Mr Graeme Dougan (Digital Art)
• Mr Jason Boon (Sports coach)
• Mrs Nellie Lagoueyte (French)
• Mrs Sue Stephens-Hudd (Woodwind / piano)
• Mr Tristan Watson (Guitar)


MIDDAY SUPERVISOR
• Mrs Jane Williams (Leader)
• Mrs Denise Rymer
• Mrs Julie Yorke

CLEANER IN CHARGE
• Mrs Denise Rymer

TEACHING TEAMS
Class 1 Teacher
• Mrs Catrin Parsons
Class 1 Teaching Assistants
• Mrs Jane Williams

Class 2 Teacher/s
• Mrs Karen Childs
• Mrs Zoe Hynes
Class 2 Teaching Assistant
• Mrs Clare Bedwell

Class 3 Teacher
• Mrs Donna Burns
Class 3 Teaching Assistant
• Mrs Rebecca Morgan

Class 4 Teacher/s
• Mrs Karen Rome
• Mrs Joanna Wood
Class 4 Teaching Assistant
• Mrs Jean Lord

Class 5 Teacher
• Mrs Maddy Mifflin
Class 5 Teaching Assistants
• Mrs Julie Yorke

GOVERNOR TEAM
• Mrs Carol Trim
(Co-opted)
• Mrs Katy Smith
(Co-opted)
• Miss Katrina Napthine
(LA representative)
• Mrs Sam Jenner
(Parent representative)
• Mrs Sam Spencer
(Parent representative)
• Mr Graeme Dougan
(Associate Member)
• Mrs Joanna Wood
(Staff representative)
• Ms Zoe Avastu
(Headteacher)
• Mrs Lynne Birch
(Clerk to the Governors)


The class teacher accepts responsibility for the P.S.D. (Personal and Social Development) and the educational progress of the children. Teachers plan together to ensure effective curriculum delivery and to provide the necessary continuity to enable the relevant skills, knowledge and concepts to be taught and understood. Responsibility for a specific curriculum area is also undertaken by teachers. As curriculum co-ordinators, they attend courses, visit other schools and monitor development and delivery of subjects throughout the whole school.

Our school day will begin with tasks being discussed, targets set and the time allocation considered. Wherever appropriate, children are given controlled elements of choice to help develop independence, through the acquisition of skills, understanding and maturity. This is balanced with the more structured programmes of study for both Literacy and Numeracy.