Meet our Staff
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Hannah Tebb

Headteacher & Deputy DSL

Karen Black

Deputy Headteacher & Deputy DSL

Jo Clarke

School Business Manager & Deputy DSL

Chris McIntyre

School Administrator & Breakfast Club Manager

Stephanie Baker

Teacher - Year 6

Madison Hoetmer

Teacher - Year 5

Karen Black & Kevin Kring

Teachers - Year 4

Catherine Chan

Teacher - Year 3

Alice Vernon

Teacher - Year 2

Jessica Ment

Teacher - Year 1

Rebecca Kring

Teacher - Reception

Katrina Hendry

Teacher - Nursery

Kate Robinson

Teacher - Nursery

Sophie Kempton

Teacher - Nursery

Ellen Conway

Teacher - Nursery

Fr. Benedict Manning

School Chaplain

Sophie Kempton

School SENCo

Anna Mancari-Rees

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Lorraine Feller (HLTA)

Teaching Assistant

Melissa Spragg (HLTA)

Teaching Assistant & Breakfast Club

Alex Cadle

Teaching Assistant

Anna Bateman

Teaching Assistant

Glory Christopher

Teaching Assistant & After School Club

Laura Cano Jimenez

Teaching Assistant

Turkan Mignon

Teaching Assistant & Breakfast/After School Club

Marta Pablos

Teaching Assistant (Maternity Leave)

Sam Thompson

Teaching Assistant & After School Club

Hannah Loftus

Teaching Assistant & Breakfast Club

Gloria Herrero

Teaching Assistant

Gregor Melville

Teaching Assistant

Hester O'Donnell

Teaching Assistant

School Cook

Tracey Heppell

Mrs. A. Albasri

After School Club Manager

Employees with gross annual salary of £100,000 or more in increments of £10,000


A Word

From Our Head Teacher

“We are delighted to welcome you to our school website where we hope you will find all the information you need.

If you are a prospective parent, the website will give you a flavour of our school. However, to find out more, please make an appointment to visit us on a normal working day, where you will experience our calm, welcoming atmosphere and meet children who are excited about learning.

Our school is situated a short distance from Oxford city centre and has a truly international dimension, with more than twenty different home languages spoken by our families.

Visitors tell us we have a warm, welcoming atmosphere. The children are excited and engaged in their learning and relish a challenge. A team of dedicated staff work hard to deliver a creative and broad curriculum and are well supported by parents and committed Governors. As a Catholic School we play a part, along with parents and the parish, in the formation of the children. We aim to set our pupils on the road to leading a virtuous life where they respond to God’s calling and become who they were made to be.”

Hannah Duncan