Headteacher - Mrs Sally Hunt (email@example.com)
Deputy Headteacher - Mrs Rachael Boiling (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Business Manager - Mrs Kathryn Goldthorpe (email@example.com)
Office Administrator - firstname.lastname@example.org. Mon to Weds - Mrs Hayley Elsmore (email@example.com); Thur & Fri - Mrs Jinean Hannaby (firstname.lastname@example.org).
SENDCO - Mrs Lucy Stevens (email@example.com)
Family and Child Support Worker - Mrs Jacqui Reddan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ACORNS PRESCHOOL and BEECH CLASS (Reception year)
Early Years Lead Teacher - Mrs Natalie Williams (email@example.com)
Friday teacher - Mrs Glenys Walker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Learning Support Acorns - Mrs Nicky Bevan (mornings) and Miss Tania Hart (afternoons).
Learning Support Beech Class - Mrs Nicky Lanfear, Mrs Jinean Hannaby (M and Tu afternoon).
ELM CLASS - Year 1:
Class Teacher - Miss Lyndsey Hawkins (email@example.com)
Learning Support - Mrs Mel Weaver
CLASS MAPLE - Year 2:
Class Teachers - Mon - Thurs Mrs Kate McIntyre (firstname.lastname@example.org); Fri Mrs Chris Nayager (email@example.com).
Learning Support (mornings) - Miss Katie Griffiths
LARCH CLASS - Year 3:
Class Teacher - Mr Jon Marsh
Learning Support - Mrs Judith Read, Miss Kellie Wales.
CHESTNUT CLASS - Year 4:
Class Teacher - Mrs Rachael Boiling (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Higher Level Teaching Assistant - Miss Leah Price; Learning Support (mornings) - Miss Tania Hart.
PINE CLASS - Year 5:
Class Teacher - Miss Chloe Tonks
Classroom learning support (mornings) - Miss Chelsee Hughes.
OAK CLASS - Year 6:
Class Teacher - Miss Gemma Scott; Mr Tim Penny.
Learning Support - Mrs Liz Mizen.
PPA cover - Mrs Glenys Walker / Mrs Lucy Stevens / Miss Leah Price.
Library and African Drumming - Miss Angela Gardner
Buddies before- and after-school club:
Supervisors: Mrs Jacqui Reddan (M-W) and Miss Katie Griffiths (Th, F).
Assistants: Miss Katie Griffiths (M-W) and Miss Chelsee Hughes (Th, F).
Kitchen Supervisor - Mrs Claire McKenzie
Kitchen Assistant - Mrs Jo Boseley
Mid-Day Supervisors - Mrs Jane Eames, Mrs Angela Gardner, Miss Katie Griffiths, Miss Chelsee Hughes, Mrs Charlene Lewis, Mrs Wongduan Shellam.
Cleaning Team - Mrs Jane Eames, Drop-the-Mop.
Crossing Patrol - Mrs Sandra Powell
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