GREAT GUIDES are defined by our Learning and Teaching Policy
Great Guides are adults that guide the children during their adventure. Great guides will use an extensive range of techniques to guide the children to ensure they all reach the destination. You will see, during the learning adventures, guides instructing, questioning, feeding back, modelling, challenging and giving appropriate support. Guides may also give some children extra guidance if they are struggling with the adventure or struggling with basic skills needed to reach the destination.
(Full policy can be found in Policies and Reports)
Senior Leadership Team
and Designated Safeguarding Lead.
Interim Deputy Head, SEN,
Deputy Safeguarding Lead
Assistant Headteacher/Year 1 leader
Deputy Safeguarding Lead, Assessment and Assessment for learning
Year Group Leaders
( Year R leader, Otters class and Geography leader )
(Year 1 team leader, Owl class, PSHE and school council Leader)
(Year 2 team leader, Field Mice class, English, Offsite and educational visits Leader)
(includes those above)
Mrs Vidler (0.6) /Mrs Atwell (History) (0.4)
(Otters class )
Mrs Davison (PE, RE, SMSC and BV Leader)
(Badgers class )
Miss Power (Science and Music Leader)
(Owls class )
(Foxes class )
(Kingfishers class, Art, Display and DT Leader)
(Squirrels class, Computing Leader and Growth Mindset Champion)
(Hedgehogs class, Maths Leader and member of extended Leadership Team)
Mr Exell - Site Manager
Mrs Willetts Finance Officer, Mrs Stirrat Admin Officer and
Mrs Fowler Admin Assistant
Teaching Assistant Team
Mrs Worley and Miss Mitchell.
Mrs Allen and Mrs Skinner.
Mrs Batchelor and Mrs Ennis.
LSA's/SNA's and additional LSA'S
Mrs Martin, Mrs Strong, Mrs Webb, Mrs Hewlett and Ms Purkiss.
Mrs Batchelor and Ms Purkiss.
Speech and Language
Senior Lunchtime Supervisor
Mrs Swaffield, Mrs Olsen, Miss Slattery,
Mrs Batchelor, Mrs Hewlett, Mrs Veal, Mrs Hutchinson, Mrs Ennis
and Mrs Hamilton-Jones.