Head of School, Class One Teacher, Designated Safeguarding Leadrachelm@st-kew.cornwall.sch.uk
Qualifications: B.Ed (Hons) with specialism in ages 3-8.
Teaching experience: Has taught all primary age groups in the last 16 years.
Joined St. Kew: September 2004 (a long time ago!)
Responsible for the day to day running of the school. Leader for English and Early Years as well as the Aspire School Improvement programme for leadership, teaching and the curriculum.
Class One Teacher
Qualifications: B.Ed (Hons) 2:1 in Primary Education with English
Teaching experience: Began working in a middle sized primary school in Devon where I stayed for 10 years. During this time I taught both single and mixed aged classes including Reception, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3. I have completed the National Award for SEN and was SENCo for the school for several years. I have also been PE coordinator and Early Years Lead.
Joined St. Kew: I started at St. Kew in September 2017 and am thoroughly enjoying it. I share a class with Mrs Murray and currently co-lead Literacy across the school and EYFS.
HLTA / Outdoor Learning co-ordinator
1:1 Teaching Assistant
SENDCo, THRIVE Practitionersecretary@st-kew.cornwall.sch.uk
Class Three Teacher, Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leadsteve@st-kew.cornwall.sch.uk
Qualifications: B.Ed (Hons) 1st Class in Primary Education & Mathematics
Teaching experience: has taught Reception, Y4, mixed Y3/4/5/6 and 5/6
Joined St. Kew: January 2015
Leader for Maths, Science and Music as well as the Aspire School Improvement programme for Assessment. Steve has attended the National Centre for Excellence in Teaching Maths for Maths leadership training. He oversees the school council and choir.
Class Two firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualifications: B.Ed (Hons) 2:1 in Primary Education
Teaching experience: Has taught in schools in Devon, Cumbria, Lancashire & Cornwall; across both key stages and in a school for children with additional needs.
Joined St. Kew: Started initially as a supply teacher, then part-time and now teaching Class 2 full time. Leader for PE and as well as the Aspire School Improvement programme for the Learning Environment.
Lunchtime Servery Assistant
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