Freemantles is very proud of our staff team. They are a hugely committed and dedicated team who genuinely have the best interests of the pupils at heart. The class teams are made up of a teacher, a lead assistant and classroom assistants.
Generally, a class has 9 pupils and a total staff team of between 4 and 6 staff.
In addition to the class teams that parents will get to know well, there are a number of other staff teams across the school, which it is useful to be aware of.
Senior Leadership Team (SLT)
|Justin Price||Executive Head Teacher|
|Kate Ball||Head of School - Secondary & FE|
|Julia Pudney||Head of School - Primary|
|Helen Freeman||Assistant Head - Primary Pupil Welfare|
|Pippa Hopson||Assistant Head - Primary Curriculum|
|Katie Hunter||Assistant Head - Secondary|
|Vanessa Clark||Assistant Head - Community|
|Linda Casey||School Business Manager|
Front Office Team
|Karin Ferris||Assistant School Business Manager (ASBM)||Jack Wells||Site Manager|
|Lea Franklin||Receptionist||Louie Helyar||Assistant Site Manager|
|Kristie Fulbrook||Admin Assistant||Nicola Denyer||Premises Assistant|
|Sarah Bell||Finance Assistant||Luke Boxall||Premises Assistant|
|Tracey Thomas||Office Assistant||Maxine Field||Banksman|
|Tina Worsfold||Office Assistant|
Emotional Wellbeing Team
|Wendy Boothman||Family Support Worker||Shoaib Shabir||ICT Manager|
|Debbie Stagg||Intensive Interaction|
|Prim Brookes||Behaviour Support||
EHCP Admin Team
|Emma Pernet||Annual Review and Admissions Co-ordinator|
|Tanya Smith||Annual Review and Admissions Assistant|
The Curriculum Leadership team aims to help ensure that we are all able to communicate more effectively, consider the leadership roles and what they mean, and collectively understand the wide range of work that is happening across the school e.g. consider curriculum progression throughout the school. Membership of the team is as follows:
Curriculum Leadership Team
|Plus education based members of the Senior Leadership Team|
The Leadership and Governors at Freemantles are committed to further improving staff wellbeing and fulfilment. It is clear that staff wellbeing will impact directly upon pupil wellbeing, therefore we take a variety of steps to ensure staff know that they are valued and can have a good work-life balance.
As a part of our commitment to fulfilment we have in-house trainers in the main interventions that we use, and we utilise training opportunities to ensure that all staff are able to develop their skills so that they can implement them effectively in class. From September 2019 we will be utilising the final hour of a Friday for staff training to ensure that we can deliver the interventions with great skill, at the highest quality.