Lee Brigg Infant and Nursery School
Since qualifying as a teacher from University College Bretton Hall, I have spent the last 16 years teaching across Key Stage One and Key Stage Two, but primarily in the Early Years Foundation Stage. My background in early childhood development underpins my firm belief that children first and foremost need to feel happy, secure and settled within their school environment in order to learn effectively and fulfil their potential.
I have actively developed my roles within schools throughout my career, leading Early Years, before becoming a deputy headteacher. As part of my senior leadership positions I have been responsible for teaching and learning, curriculum development, assessment and safeguarding amongst other things. I continue to work as a local authority moderator and support the local authority by delivering at training events. I am also currently working with the Aspire teaching school to develop future leaders.
I am very excited and proud, not only to be the Headteacher of Lee Brigg Infant and Nursery School, but also to be part of the Waterton Academy Trust.