Deputy Head Teacher ~ Mrs Louise Fabian
Assistant Head Teacher ~ Mrs Suzanne Cowell
School Business Manager ~ Mrs Dianne Kelly
Office Staff ~ Mrs Lynne Seccombe and Mrs Kirsty Burn
Caretaker~ Mr Mark Graham
Foundation Stage Phase Leader ~ Mrs Gail Perry (TLR Leadership Team)
Red Class Teacher ~ Mrs Michelle Clarke
Yellow Class Teacher ~ Mrs Michelle Clarke
Learning Support Assistant ~ Mrs Anne Thomson
Red Class Teacher ~ Mrs Rachael Batey/ Miss Sarah Kilpatrick
Yellow Class Teacher ~ Mrs Gail Perry
Learning Support Assistants ~ Mrs Debra Purdy, Mrs Debra Conway and Miss Chelsea Mason
Key Stage One Phase Leader ~ Mrs Allison Thomson (TLR Leadership Team)
Red Class Teacher ~ Mr Anthony Kelly
Yellow Class Teacher ~ Mrs Helen Milne and Mrs Sarah Ainsley
Learning Support Assistants ~ Mrs Rachel Daley, Miss Kirsty Seaton, Mrs Nicola Galloway and Mrs Julia Hunter
Red Class Teachers ~ Mrs Darlene Fielding and Mrs Linda Swan
Yellow Class Teacher ~ Mrs Allison Thomson
Learning Support Assistants ~ Mrs Pam Fatkin, Ms Tracey Kasher and Mrs Anna Rutherford
Key Stage Two Phase Leader ~ Mr Jason Alexander (TLR Leadership Team)
Red Class Teacher ~ Miss Judith Frame
Yellow Class Teacher ~ Mrs Toni Oselton
Learning Support Assistants ~ Mrs Kathryn Crosby and Mrs Helen Willams
Red Class Teacher ~ Miss Samantha Lawson
Yellow Class Teacher ~ Miss Nicola Bayly
Learning Support Assistants ~ Mrs Julie Telford and Mrs Yvonne Harrison
Red Class Teacher ~ Mr Michael Milligan
Yellow Class Teacher ~ Miss Brogyn Greenwell
Learning Support Assistant ~ Mr Scott Jewitt
Red Class Teacher ~ Mr Jason Alexander
Yellow Class Teacher ~ Mrs Ashley McCluskey (TLR Strategy Team) and Mrs Evans
Learning Support Assistants ~ Mrs Jenny Leahy and Mrs Kay Smith
Bilingual Assistants ~ Mrs Wedad and Mrs Soadid
Non Class Based Teachers ~ Mrs Alison Bainbridge, Mrs Suzanne Cowell, Mrs Laura Moran
PPA Teachers ~ Mr Ron Brown (Music Specialist)
Non Class Based Learning Support Assistants ~ Mrs Edna Glenton and Mrs Carol Mason
First Aiders ~ Mrs Anna Rutherford, Mrs Debra Conway, Mrs Pam Fatkin, Mrs Nicola Galloway, Mrs Edna Glenton, Mrs Yvonne Harrison, Mrs Julia Hunter, Mrs Debra Purdy, Miss Kirsty Seaton, Mrs Kay Smith, Mrs Anne Thompson, Ms Tracey Kasher and Mr Scott Jewitt.
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