Mrs Sam Bowden (B. Ed Education), Headteacher and SENCo. I am proud to lead a team of highly qualified professionals who support and stimulate learning. Every child matters to us. I teach Dewey Class in the mornings.
Mr Dan Jewell (PGCE, LLB), Fowey Class Teacher, Deputy Headteacher. I enjoy enabling the children to develop their understanding and strive towards their potential. It is a privilege to help them make life choices and prepare them for secondary school.
Mrs Lauren Gouge (BA Hons, PGCE), Loveny Class Teacher. I am PE Co-ordinator and thoroughly enjoy teaching a broad range of PE lessons and delivering hockey after school. I teach French to KS2 each week and lead the Choir in after school club and performances.
Sarah Bennett (B. Ed), Teacher and Dewey Class Higher Level Teaching Assistant. I teach in Fowey 4 in the morning and in Dewey Class in the afternoon. I enjoy listening to the children telling me their anecdotes and encouraging them to perform.
Miss Jeanette Worth (BA Hons in teaching and learning), Higher Level Teaching Assistant. I love working with the children and challenging them in all aspects of their learning, especially art.
Mrs Angela Martin, Higher Level Teaching Assistant. I have enjoyed being part of St Neot School since 1996, in a variety of roles supporting children, from parent helper, cyclewise instructor, teaching assistant, on to HLTA and nominated lead First Aider for the school.
Mrs Kathryn Rowe (BA-Professional Practice, NNEB), Teaching Assistant and Lunchtime Supervisor. In school I enjoy helping our individual children to learn and understand, especially in literacy and phonics. I also help children at lunchtime in the hall.
Miss Hazel Ashman-I work as part of the Dewey Class team and enjoy creating an exciting learning environment for the children.
Mrs Charlotte Bunt (Level 3 Support in Teaching and Learning). I lead Wild Tribe sessions for Loveny and Dewey Class each week and teach Cyclewise to the older children.
Mrs Suzie Johnson, Teaching Assistant. I enjoy encouraging children to reach their potential, especially through intervention work.
Karly Robins,SEN key worker. I work 1:1 and enjoy the challenge of helping a child achieve the best they can.
Mrs Jenny Tindal, Nursery Leader. I love to welcome new children and watch them flourish in our nurturing environment
Mrs Jayne O'Neill, Nursery Assistant. Working with younger children is very rewarding and it is wonderful to see how the children's confidence grows. I keep Learning Journals up to date and do regular observations of my key children.
Paula Ashman, Nursery SEN key worker and After School Club Leader. I work 1:1 with a child in the afternoon then run the after school club. It's fun to help children with their homework and see them socialise with other children across all age ranges.
Ms Dee Towers, Secretary and Clerk to the Governors. I like to ensure the efficient administration of the school and am happy to help with any enquiries you may have
Mrs Lynnette Hambly, Cleaner. I work hard to create a clean and safe environment for the children and staff.