Meet the Staff
Meet the Staff
Come and meet the staff at our school!
Miss Lucy Riley - Headteacher
Mrs Christy McConnell - Deputy Headteacher
Mrs Gabby Carless - School Secretary
Miss Sabrina Campbell - School Secretary
Mrs Ann Dodwell - Business Manager
Mrs Helen Higgins - SENCO
Mrs Maria Somerville - Learning Mentor
Mr Adam Jeffrey - Inclusion Assistant
Mrs Joanne Barker - Raising Acheivement Assistant
Mrs Krista Bailey - Foundation Stage Teacher
Mrs Christine Dingley - Early Years Lead
Mrs Gill May - HLTA Foundation Stage
Mrs Lesley Hart - HLTA Foundation Stage
Mrs Susan Bradshaw - Teaching Assistant
Miss Mandy Lofthouse - Teaching Assistant
Mrs Michelle Watts - Year 1 Teacher
Mrs Jenny Seymour - HLTA - Year 1
Mrs Emma McDonald - Year 2 Teacher
Mrs Julie Yeomans - Teaching Assistant
Mrs Linda Leigh - Teaching Assistant
Miss Nancy Partridge - Year 4 Teacher
Mrs Nicola Amos - Teaching Assistant
Mrs Catherine Baker - PPA Cover Teacher
Kay Ashford - Year 5 Teacher
Mrs Catherine Broome - Teaching Assistant
Mr Tom O'Carroll Bailey - Year 6 Teacher
Miss Emma Jones - Year 6 Teacher
Mrs Tracey Tunstall - Teaching Assistant
Mr Jimmy Jenkinson - Site Manager
Mrs Leigh Harrison - Deputy Cook
Miss Allyson Eggleton - Catering Assistant
Mrs Gillian Hammond - Catering Assistant
Mrs Pat Watts - Senior Lunchtime Supervisor
Mrs Wendy Cross - Lunchtime Supervisor
Miss Sharnel Williams - Lunchtime Supervisor
Mr Dan Monkman - Lunchtime Supervisor
Miss Ronnie Madden - Lunchtime Supervisor
Mrs Angela Shakespeare - Lunchtime Supervisor
Staffing structure September 2016
Meet the Staff
Gunter Primary School - Background
Health, Safety and Welfare
Community and Local School Links
School Management and Organisation
Aims and Values
School Development Plan
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What kinds of Special Educational Needs does the school make provision for? What type of provision does the school make and how do they know it works?
2. How does the school identify and assess Special Educational Needs?
3. How do we know how much progress is being made by pupils with Special Educational Needs?
4. What extra-curricular activities can a pupil with Special Educational Needs access at school?
5. Does the school have a Special Educational Needs co-ordinator? Who are they and how can you get in touch with them?
6. What training does the staff in school have in relation to pupils with Special Educational Needs?
7. How does the school get more specialist help for pupils if they need it?
8. How are parents of children and young people with Special Educational Needs involved in the education of their child?
9. How are pupils with Special Educational Needs involved in their own education?
10. If a parent of a child with Special Educational Needs has a complaint about the school, how does the headteacher or governing body deal with the complaint?
11. How does the headteacher and governing body involve other people in meeting the needs of pupils with Special Educational Needs including support for their families?
12. Who are the support services that can help parents with pupils who have Special Educational Needs?
13. How does the school support pupils with Special Educational Needs through transition?
How can parents find the Birmingham Local Authority’s local offer?
Meet the Governors
In The News
Trips and Visits
Bumped Head Advice
Early Years Foundation Stage
Junior Neighbourhood Watch
ENGLISH - INTERVENTION STRATEGY MATERIALS
Letters and Sounds
Overview Planning Charts
Intervention Strategy materials
PE and Sport
KS2 Tests - useful video
KS1 Tests - useful video
KS2 results 2015 - Gunter Primary School
ICT General Resources
Gifted and Talented
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