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The Leadership Team:

Claire Moran/Penny Kluver

ACTING HEADTEACHER

Miss C Shelton

EYFS & KS1 TEAM LEADER

Other School Leaders:

Mrs M Spivey

Yr5 /Yr6 TEAM LEADER
Maths Lead

Mrs R Kabir

SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS COORDINATOR (SENCo)

Mrs D Palmer

YR3/4 Team Leader
Literacy Lead

Mrs S May

Early Reading Lead

Teaching Staff:

Miss C Shelton

EYFS Class Teacher

Mrs S May

Year 2 Class Teachers

Miss S Curzon

Year 4 Class Teacher

Miss B Evans

EYFS/Year 1 Class Teacher

Mrs D Palmer

Year 3 Class Teacher

 

Mr J Burton

Year 5 Class Teacher

Mrs M Spivey/Mrs P Kluver

Year 6 Class Teacher

Mr J Bicknell

Year 1 Teacher

Mrs J Reeve/ Miss A Cockerill

Year 3/4 Class Teachers

Mr L Duffy

Year 5/6 Class Teacher

 

Teaching Support Staff:

Mrs D Hogg

Higher Level Teaching Assistant

Mrs R Rippin

Learning Support Assistant

Mrs S Cunningham

Learning Support Assistant

Miss E Green

Learning Support Assistant

Mrs L Harcourt

Senior Teaching Assistant

Mrs L Adcock

Learning Support Assistant

Mrs K Berridge

Learning Support Assistant

Mrs N Robe

Emotional Health & Wellbeing

Mrs E Taylor

Senior Teaching Assistant

Mrs L Rees

Learning Support Assistant

Miss R Slawson

Learning Support Assistant

Mrs E Russell

Learning Support Assistant

Support Staff:

Mrs J Robinson

School Office

Mrs D James

Midday Manager

Mrs J Sanderson

School Office

Mrs P Wale

midday supervisor
Breakfast Club Assistant

Mrs K Parker

Premises Officer

Mrs L Sturmey

midday supervisor
Breakfast Club Assistant

What parents say about Oxley Primary

Our son has really enjoyed his first year at Oxley. He keeps telling his sister what a brilliant time she will have when she gets into school.
I’m very pleased with my son’s progress since starting school.
I was extremely pleased with my daughter – she has improved dramatically this year.
The school encourages children’s independence and finding new and creative ways to learn.
The teacher and support staff have been exceptional in identifying and dealing with my daughter’s needs.
Excellent communication has been especially important as I have not been able to bring or collect my child but I do not feel I have missed out on what is happening in school.