Our School Staff

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Name Responsibilities
Mr Dan Turull Executive Headteacher
Mrs Lucy Cowgill

Head of School

Willow Class teacher (Yr2)

Safeguarding lead

Mrs Jane Parkes-Cordock  Cherry Class teacher (EYFS)
Mrs Laura Muckley   Maple Class teacher (Yr1)
SENCo (School mental well-being representative)
Mrs Louise Stephens Class teacher
Mr George Wellington Rowan Class teacher (Yr 3/4)
Mr Jack Rideout  Oak Class teacher (Yr 6)
Ms Christine Orange  Sycamore Class teacher (Yr 4/5)

Deputy Safeguarding lead

Mrs Helen Morris 

Willow class teacher (Yr 2)

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Mrs Nicola Evans Learning Support Assistant
Mrs Juliette Sebright Learning Support Assistant
Miss Lisa Fry Learning Support Assistant
Miss Faye Miller Learning Support Assistant
Miss Angela Willcox Learning Support Assistant
Mrs Stephanie Wills

Learning Support Assistant - SEN

Mrs Lorraine Appleyard

Forest School Leader

OPAL Play Assistant

Mrs Francesca Anthony

Forest School Assistant ; DT; Cooking

OPAL PLay Leader

School Administrator

Mrs Vicky Jones Catering Assistant
Miss Tressa Gronowicz OPAL Play Assistant
Miss Claire Smith School Administrator
OPAL Play Assistant
Clerk to Governors
Mr Henry Jennings Caretaker

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Mr Dan Turull

Executive Head

   Mrs J Parkes Cordock

Cherry Class Teacher

EYFS leader

 

 Mrs L Muckley
Maple Class Teacher

SENCo

 

 

 Mrs L Cowgill

Head of School
Willow Class Teacher

Safeguarding lead

   Mrs L Stephens

 Class Teacher

 

       

 

       
    C Orange    H Morris   G Wellington     

Mr Jack Rideout

Oak Class Teacher

 

Ms Christine Orange

Sycamore Class Teacher

 

 

 Mrs H Morris

Willow Class Teacher

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Mr George Wellington

Rowan Class Teacher

 

 

 

 

                 
N Evans   Mrs Sebright   F Miller   L Fry   S Wills 
Mrs N Evans
Learning Support Assistant
  Mrs J Sebright
Learning Support Assistant
  Miss F Miller
Learning Support Assistant
  Miss L Fry
Learning Support Assistant
 

 Mrs S Wills

Learning support Assistant (SEN)

 

                 
               

Mrs A Willcox

Learning Support Assistant

 

 

 

 

       
                 
 Lunchtime Staff              
Mrs Appleyard                

Mrs L Appleyard

Forest School Leader

OPAL Play worker

 

Mrs F Anthony

OPAL Play leader

Forest School Assistant 

 

 Miss T Gronowicz

OPAL Playworker

 

Mrs Vicky Jones
Catering Assistant

   
                 
Office / Premises Staff              
        H Jennings         

Mrs F Anthony

School Office Team 

 

Miss Claire Smith

School Office Team

Clerk to Governors

OPAL Play worker

    Mr H Jennings
Caretaker
       

Clutton Primary School Local Governing Body

Statutory information about the Local Governing Body composition can be found on the MSNSP Governance website.  Click on the Clutton link under Local Governing Body - Primary

Composition of the Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership Local Governing Body

Parent Governors
Up to two parent governors, to be elected by the parents at that school or appointed by the governing body to represent the interests of the parents.

Director Appointed Governors
Up to four director appointed governors are appointed by the directors of the Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership (MNSP).

Community Governors
Up to two community governors being persons living or working in the local community of the school or such other persons having an interest in the school.

Staff Governors
Up to one staff member is elected by the staff of the school (excluding the Head teacher).

Headteacher
The Headteacher sits on the school’s LGB by virtue of office.

Governing Body Update

Message from Chair of Governors - Rachel Powell

R Powell

I would like to introduce myself as the new Chair of Governors at Clutton Primary School.

I know many of the parents already as I have a child at the school, and have first hand experience of what makes Clutton School so special and such a great place for the children – I love seeing them run into school in the morning with smiles on their faces!

 Whenever I visit the school during the day it is so lovely to see the children so happy and engaged in their learning, plus it is wonderful to see how polite they all are (such a credit to the school).

I run my own Learning and Development business that focuses on Leadership and Behavioural Change, so I am a fan of ‘life long learning’. Our passion (or not) for learning starts at a very early age, hence why I am so keen to understand what the school is doing and how they are ding it so that we can really engage the children at the earliest age to embrace learning.

I am very excited to work with all the amazing staff at the school who are doing such a fantastic job – just look at how they all dealt with lockdowns as a testament to how great they are and how much they all care.

I do the school drop off every morning, so if you want to come and say hi to me, I’d love to meet you. 

Rachel

 

 

 

Local Governing Body Members

Rachel Powell          

Rachel Powell

Director Appointed

Chair of Governors

 

Lucy Cowgill

Head of School

 

 Simon Anthony

Community Governor

 

Anne Stone

Community Governor

             
 L Muckley            
Laura Muckley
Staff Governor
 

Cathy Bush
Parent Governor

SEN

 

Jenny Bush

Community Governor 

  Claire Smith

Clerk to LGB (csmith@cluttonschool.com)

Role of the Governing Body

Governors come from a variety of different backgrounds, reflecting the many interest groups in Clutton Primary School, but they have one important thing in common. They are dedicated to ensuring that all the children in the School have the best possible education at all times. This is the primary focus of all governors.

Clutton Primary School Governors have a wide range of experience, knowledge and competence working effectively as a team making corporate decisions.

Although the work of the governing body is voluntary, it has many responsibilities, but generally it is there to be a critical friend to the school, and to challenge and support the leadership team.

Becoming a Governor

If you are interested in serving the school and wider community as a governor, you will need to contact  the school.

Parent Governors are elected by other parents at the school for a fixed term of 4 years. Parents are advised in writing when a vacancy for a Parent Governor arises. Full details of the criteria and the process for nominations and any election are provided at the time.

Staff Governors are members of the School staff* who are elected by the staffing body (both teaching and non-teaching). 

Community Governors are appointed by the Governing Body to represent community interests or to bring specific skills to the Governing Body.

Director appointed governors are appointed by the Trust. The Trust will appoint governors with a particular skill set required to fulfil the role of the governing body.

*Employees from other Trust schools may be brought in as a director appointed governor , based on a specific skill set. However, a balance of MSNSP employees and non employees will be met.

Local Governing Bodies across the Multi Academy Trust
For information regarding the Midsomer Norton School Partnership Trust board and governing boards in other Partnership Schools, please refer to the Trust website here.

Chair of Governors
Rachel Powell