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Tudor Primary School

Tudor Primary School

The most important 'teaching resource' in any school is the staff team. We remain very proud of the team we have in our school and we are delighted with the feedback we receive from a range of sources. 

'Staff feel valued, are well supported and are proud to work at the school.' (Ofsted, March 2017) 

'If you are offered an opportunity of a teaching placement at Tudor Primary, you take it!' (University of Hertfordshire, 2020)

Our Staff Team

Headteacher- Rob Weightman

Deputy Headteacher- Maxine Smith

Leading Practitioner (Specialist for Teaching and Learning)- Emma Cosby

SENCo/ INCo- Katie Reading

Phase Leaders (which phase)- Jodee Price (EYFS), Louise Scott (KS1), Maxine Smith (LKS2), Andy Munro (UKS2)

Office Team- Chris Chaplin, Kim Cohen, Corine Shipton

Teachers- Jordan Pike, Melissa Buckley (N), Jodee Price/ Jess Adams(R), Shannon Foy (R), Katie Manzie (1P), Rose Houston (1O), Louise Scott (2R), Emma Cosby (2Q), Nathan Stearn (3S), Jenny Wood (3T), Millie Grundy (4V), Natalie Hunt (4U), Alex Crowder (5X), Ella McKenzie (5W), Andy Munro (6Y), Danni Cohen (6Z), Geraldine Sentance

PPA Teachers-  Naheed Rafiq-Craske , Rhia Smith,

Teaching Assistants/ MSAs/ LSAs/ Breakfast Team-  Aisha Ataullah, Rebecca Benjamin, Lisa Bergman, Amy Butler, Sheila Cleaver, Caroline Durham, Gabi Edwards, Wendy English, Amos Fernandez-Winfield, Sue Gordan, Annabel Grant, Debbie Grant, Emma Green, Mary Hall, Sumina Haseeb (Bi-lingual support), Lesley Higgins, Mandy Hughes,  Sarah Knight, Julia Milesan,  Astra North, Ra;luca Onigas, Shalini Parke, Linda Penn (Pastoral Support), Brandon Poole, Gemma Ross, Jane Stokes, Margaret Taylor, Jessica Tramontana, Lyndsey Umney, Hayley Wash, Dylan Wendleken

Woodwind Teacher- Jayne Sutton-Muldoon

Site Manager- Kevin Denny

Cleaning Team-  Dave Bridgman, Annabel Grant, Astra North, Lyndsey Umney, (CleanForce)

Sports Team- Jordan Higgins (Sports Coach), Brandon Poole

Staff are always HAPPY at Tudor- check out a recent video we made:

NQTs and ECTs

The school works closely with the University of Hertfordshire and many of the present teachers started their teaching careers as Newly qualified Teachers (NQTs) at Tudor. Whilst the terminology has changed (NQTs are now ECTs- Early Career Teachers), our commitment to ensuring that teachers here are supported effectively is a key part of our success. In fact, as we tell the children, we never stop learning! A number of our teaching staff have also gone on to leadership positions in other schools- we are a team that strives to give the children our BEST!