Mrs Hollis is our fantastic Executive Headteacher. She has dedicated her life to education and has a real passion for innovative teaching and learning. She started her career as a classroom teacher, has worked as a Foundation Stage Leader in education and is now a successful headteacher across our Federation.
Mrs Howie is our creative and inspirational Class 1 Teacher and School Lead for Whittlebury. Mrs Howie teaches Foundation/Year 1 & 2. She has a passion for Art and is our Early Years, Art, RE and Collective worship lead across The Federation. Her classroom is a vibrant and exciting learning environment which inspires her pupils to enjoy learning. She loves outdoor learning and ensures she creates a stimulating and creative curriculum.
Mr Willsher teaches Class 3, years 5/6. He is also the PE lead for the Federation. He joined us in September and comes with a wealth of experience. Mr Willsher is respected by his pupils and has high standards and expectations.
Miss Dicks is very excited to be teaching Class 2 this year, which is made up of Year 3 and 4. She has a creative flare and enjoys being able to teach outdoors whenever the opportunity arises. Miss Dicks’ favourite subject is art quickly followed by getting her teeth into the topic of the term and engaging with everyone in her class.
Mrs Harris is our Intervention Teaching Assistant at Whittlebury. She has a good relationship with all the children and knows exactly how to help them reach their potential. She works with them on both a 1:1 basis and in small groups as required. Mrs Harris is passionate about PE and enjoys supporting the children in various sporting events within school, the Forest Federation and at inter-school competitions and events.
Mrs Hunt has worked across our Federation. She joined us from Gayton Primary and is our Higher Level Teaching Assistant, supporting across the school. She is also our Breakfast Club Supervisor. Mrs Hunt always has a smile on her face and is liked by all the children.
Mrs Reeves is one of our Special Needs Teaching Assistants and this year is based in Class 2. She has worked at Whittlebury for a number of years. She is kind and caring and strives to ensure all children reach their full potential.
Mrs Grace is one of our Special Needs Teaching Assistants and works across the school offering support. She is patient and calm and passionate about all pupils achieving their best.
Mrs Wood works as a Special Needs Teaching Assistant in Class 3. Mrs Wood will help on a one-to-one basis and also works with small groups within the class when needed.
Mrs Ginn has recently joined us as our Teaching Assistant for Class 1. Miss Ginn will work with small groups within the class. She is friendly and excited about getting the most out of the children.
Mr Pluck is our Site Supervisor working across the Forest Federation. He is our DIY expert, landscape gardener and general all rounder. He works hard to keep our school grounds tidy and our school environments maintained.
Mrs Townsend is the super School Business Manager across the whole Federation and is regularly in the office at each of our four schools. She has been with us many years and began her school career at Whittlebury.
Mrs Powell is our Deputy Headteacher who works alongside Mrs Hollis across the Forest Federation. She can be seen across all four schools each week and is always on hand to answer any queries or questions you may have.
Mrs Sheridan joined us in September as our efficient and organised Administrative Assistant, or the" lady in the office" as she is often called. If parents need to know anything she is their first port of call.
Mr Bird & Mrs Ison are our Lunchtime Supervisors. They help the children at lunchtime and support them during play.