Senior Leadership Team
The Leadership Structure is made up of four Senior Managers, three Phase Leaders and our Senior Family Liaison Officer.
Assistant Head Teacher
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I trained as an Infant teacher at Charlotte Mason College in the Lake District.
After teaching in Cumbria for a few years I moved to Kent. Over twenty years later and I have now taught and led in a number of primary schools, a school in Cairo, Egypt and in a secondary SEN school.
Music has always been my main interest, outside of work, but I also enjoy maths and writing. I have composed and arranged over two hundred pieces of music; many of which have been performed, and I have written a number of short stories that, maybe one day, I hope to get published.
I first started teaching in secondary school teaching computing and ICT. I taught in two secondary schools before being introduced to the world of primary school and since that day I have never looked back.
I was lucky enough to train to become a SENCO and work to support some of the most disadvantaged children, a job which I have never stopped enjoying.
In my spare time I am busy looking after my own three children and enjoy nothing more than family days out and a good cup of tea with a biscuit. I have grown up in the Folkestone area, and feel very passionate about improving education for the next generation.
After completing my Genetics degree at Cardiff University, I spent 9 months working as a Teaching Assistant at a Primary School in Dover before travelling around the world.
I quickly realised that I really loved working with children and I decided to complete a PGCE at Christ Church University College so I could become a teacher.
My first teaching role was at Whitstable Junior School. After this, I moved to London and taught in a Primary School in Tower Hamlets. I was still keen to travel so, I decided to take a teaching position in an International School in Thailand. This gave me the opportunity to learn lots about different cultures and visit a number of countries in Asia. Then I moved to China and worked in an International School there.
I’ve been at Mundella since July 2016 and I absolutely love it! I lead on the school curriculum and I am passionate about all subjects and giving children memorable learning experiences.
Before training to become a teacher, I was a micro biology laboratory assistant. However my dream and vocation in life was to become a teacher and I completed my training at Christchurch University College in 1994.
Since then, I have worked as a class teacher in EYFS, KS1 and KS2 and as part of the senior leadership team at schools in Kent.
I love reading and trained additionally as a reading recovery teacher. This has helped me to develop a deeper insight into the challenges that children face trying to navigate the English language.
I have a Science degree and love to share the wonder and awe of the world with children.
Phase One Leader
Phase Two Leader
Phase Three Leader
Senior Family Liaison Officer
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Having taught in a school near Ashford for a number of years I joined Mundella Primary School in 2020.
I enjoy being outdoors and making the most of the Great British weather and have completed charity bike rides in recent years.
The year five camp out has been a particular highlight and I look forward to even more teaching and learning beyond the classroom.
I previously taught French in local schools for 10 years and then trained to be a teacher at the Churchill School, Hawkinge. I have been at Mundella since 2015 and have enjoyed working in a number of different year groups.
My main interests are learning languages, travelling and sport.
For the past twenty years I have worked, in a variety of roles, in four different primary schools in South East Kent; as a Higher Level Teaching Assistant, Teaching Assistant, Midday supervisor and I have even had a go at being the Lollipop Lady!
I have a degree in Childhood Studies which led to my passion for my present role of Senior Family Liaison Officer. I have recently become a staff governor and enjoy contributing to school life for our pupils.
In my spare time I enjoy musical theatre, concerts and spending time with my two grandsons.