I am delighted to welcome you to Helmingham Primary School and Nursery. In 2019 we launched our Early Years Unit for Reception and Nursery age children. This has enabled us to provide a dedicated Early Years learning environment and build continuity throughout the school community.
Our school is recognised for it’s calm, supportive and nurturing atmosphere whilst offering a bespoke curriculum focussed on the needs of all our pupils. For us to be successful it is important that all members of the school work together and I look forward to meeting you at assemblies, fundraisers or one of our other exciting community events.
Miss Stephanie Hawes
Miss stephanie hawes, Academy head/DSL
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Mrs Kathy Lloyd, DSL, Office Manager, Trust Safeguarding and Education Administrator
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mrs Debbie scurrell, special Educational Needs and disability Coordinator (SENDCO)
Special Education Needs Coordinator (SENDCO) for the Greenfields Partnership.
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Mrs Helen Leeks, Class teacher
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Mrs Annie Richardson, KS1 class teacher
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Mrs stephanie cross, early years practitioner
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mrs mandy fayers, Higher level teaching assistant
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mrs heather runacres, teaching assistant
miss bev jarvis, teaching assistant
Mrs Charlotte Hope, midday supervisor
Miss Chey Carroll, Teaching Asssistant
Mrs Sarah Robertson, Teaching Assistant
miss emma smith, cleaner in Charge & head of kitchen (vertas)
Mr michael bone, area caretaker
The Consortium Trust support and actively promote Trade Union and Professional Body membership with our staff. We see effective and collaborative partnership working between the Trust Leadership and Management and recognised bodies as essential to the successful operation of our schools and establishments but does not currently have any paid Trade Union representatives within our Staff.
In Norfolk, teaching unions have set up a website that grades schools on how they treat their employees, Glebeland Primary, has been awarded the maximum 18points:
Consortium recognises all six of the Teaching Unions including the new National Education Union (NUT/ATL) along with Unison and the GMB. The Trust and the recognised Trade Unions have agreed to set up a JCC (Joint Consultative Committee); please view the Terms of Reference below.