Headteacher: Mr Dominic Davis
Classes in the main school:
Honey Bees: Reception taught by Miss Katherine Edmondson, supported by Sally Perkins, Karen Williamson and Sarah Watt
Pandas: Year 1 taught by Mrs Helen Day (4 days) and Miss Linda Copp (1 day), supported by Dawn Pearson and Vicki Morris
Polar Bears: Year 2 taught by Mr Jon Dale (Deputy Headteacher), supported by Helen Elliott and Liz Bradley
Gorillas: Year 3 taught by Mrs Rachel Evans-Cook (Deputy Headteacher/SENDCo) and Mrs Jenny Croke, supported by Michelle Williams and Natalie Perkins
Snow Leopards: Year 4 taught by Mr Ryker Barrowcliffe, supported by Maria Lima-Smith
Jaguars: Year 5 taught by Mrs Katie Ratkovic, supported by Michelle Williams
Rhinos: Year 6 taught by Mr Dean Ryan, supported by Katherine Barnes, Daksha Prosser and Sophie Faulkner
Miss Copp is also our French specialist who teaches French throughout the school and Mrs Barnes is our Science specialist who teaches Science in Key stage 2.
Our teaching assistants are well trained and either work in a support role in class or lead 1:1 or small group sessions. They are a talented group and are able to provide class cover for meetings and training.
We have some lovely ladies to look after everyone at lunch time: Mrs Cooke (honestly!), Mrs Seymour, Miss Grove, Mrs Perkins, Mrs Elliott, Mrs Pearson, Miss Morris, Mrs Prosser and Mrs Lima-Smith.
Our Nursery is managed daily by Mrs Kate Drew and ably assisted by Mrs Sara Steele, Miss Jessica Strachan, Mrs Charlotte Randall, Miss Emma Taylor and Miss Kelly Ballard. Currently, Mrs Lianne Gentle also support our staft team when needed. The Nursery is open the same times as the school, from 8.30am to 3pm daily. We have a range of documents for the nursery which serve the youngest members of our school. Please see our Nursery page for further detail about our Nursery.
Cleaning and Lunchtime staff:
Our school is looked after and cleaned by Mrs Yvonne Cooke, Mrs Annie Seymour and Miss Jane Grove.
Friends and Volunteers:
We have a willing and loyal group of parents (and grandparents!) who support our school as volunteers, with reading 1-1 and in groups, with art or drama activities or helping to put together Christmas parties or a masked ball for fun and fundraising. A more organised group, Friends of Honeybourne, is run by a super group of willing parents who give up their time to put on social and fund raising events to support our school. Our most recent project was to provide the school with 30 new Chrome Books, to complement our ICT programme! We are always looking for new members to help and support so please let us know if you are interested.