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Come and meet the staff at our school!

MRS ROBERTS

I am an experienced Head Teacher at Aston Rowant C of E Primary School.  I also teach our Year 6 children.  I am passionate about creating an exciting and engaging creative curriculum for our children’s academic and personal development. I am proud of our commitment to learning outside the classroom for all children. I am also the designated lead for Safeguarding. I look forward to welcoming you to our wonderful school.

 

MRS LOVEGROVE

I have been at Aston Rowant C of E Primary School since 2003.  My role is the School Bursar and lead Administrator for the school.  I am also a member of the Senior Leadership Team and I am the deputy designated lead for safeguarding.  We operate an ‘open door’ policy and are always available to answer any questions.  You’ll always be greeted with a smile from our team!

 

MRS FRESA

This year I am teaching our Early Years and Year 1 children.  I am the SENDCo, Literacy and Humanities Co-Ordinator.  I work closely with all staff in school and regularly communicate with Governors as the staff Governor.

 

MRS TURTON

I am the lead teacher for PSHE and RE. I currently teach RE to all of our children. I also teach on a Thursday afternoon in Hedgehog class.  I organise the School Council who help to fund raise and contribute to the development of our school.

 

MISS THAWLEY

I am an experienced Key Stage 2 teacher and teach Year 4 and 5 in Fox Class.  I am the lead teacher for Maths and PE.  My particular interest is language and I speak many!

 

MRS MCCLEARY

I am currently on maternity leave and Miss Charnock is teaching Squirrel class until I return in January.  I am the lead teacher for Computing and Science.  I love the community nature of our school and its small and friendly ethos.

 

MR MIDWINTER

I teach PE across all year groups at Aston Rowant. We are looking forward to many sporting events this year. I also organise many sports clubs at lunchtime and after school.

 

 

Parents speak very positively about our school's close feeling of community: 'The School is like an extended family, all pupils feel a tremendous sense of belonging'. Pupils make good progress in all subjects. Pupils are well prepared for the next stage of their education. Many pupils make exceptionally rapid progress. There are strong relationships in early years, and children develop positive attitudes to learning based on the care, guidance and support they recieve from staff. Pupils sometimes exceed the expected standards for their age - Ofsted 2017
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