Who's Who at Morley School
Morley Primary is a small school with 3 mixed age classes. Our children spend at least 2 years with each of their teachers. Our staff delight in seeing how eager the children are to come to school each morning.
Morley staff won an award for excellence in the Pearson National Teaching awards in 2016. This is because they are all amazing, and work incredibly hard to give our children the very best they can.
Morley staff celebrate their award
Come and meet the staff at our school.
|Miss Kate Marsland||Headteacher||
|Mr Tony Taylor||Deputy Headteacher||
Class 3 (Years 4, 5 and 6)
Deputy Safeguarding lead
|Miss Katie Greener||Class teacher||Class 2 (Years 2, 3 and 4)|
|Mrs Heather Richards||Class teacher||Class 1 (Reception and Years 1 and 2) Monday - Wednesday|
|Mrs Claire Grundy||Class teacher||Class 1 (Reception and Years 1 and 2) Thursday/Friday|
|Mrs Heather Rhodes||Bursar||
Forest Schools Lead
Deputy safeguarding lead
|Mrs Tina Fenlon||Teaching assistant||Class 3 mornings and Class 1 afternoons|
|Mrs Jayne Hart||Teaching assistant||
Class 1 mornings
Mid day supervisor
|Mrs Helen Palmer||Teaching assistant||Class 2 mornings|
|Mrs Penny Gedney||Senior Mid day supervisor|
|Mrs Josey Brown||Mid day supervisor|
|Mr Richard McHugh||Caretaker|
|Mrs Laura Taylor||Teaching assistant||Class 1|
|Mrs Christine Cloherty||Specialist French teacher||All classes|
|Miss Georgia Arnold||Brass teacher||Classes 2 and 3|
|Miss Hannah Wade||Woodwind teacher||Classes 2 and 3|
|Mrs Katie Holyoake||Trainee teacher||Class 3|
Miss Marsland is our Headteacher. She has been at Morley for 12 years. She is in charge of assessment, attendance, safeguarding, the humanities subjects, and school development. Miss Marsland is a National Leader of Education, and also works part time as an Associate School Improvement Advisor. She works with a teaching school alliance to lead on initial teacher training.
Mr Taylor is 'officially the second best teacher in England, but we know he's really the best'. He is our Deputy Headteacher. He also teaches Class 3. Mr Taylor plays the piano for all our productions. He is our SENCo, and is also in charge of ICT, English, music, Anti-Bullying, Key Stage 2 and curriculum development. Mr Taylor won a national silver award for being outstanding.
Mrs Richards is Class 1's teacher. She teaches Reception and Years 1 and 2. She is our Early Years lead, our maths coordinator, and is also responsible for RE and PE. Mrs Richards is also our Healthy Schools coordinator, and she leads on KS1 with Miss Greener.
Mrs Grundy is also Class 1's teacher, and she also leads on maths and PE, working alongside Mrs Richards. She works on a Thursday and a Friday, while Mrs Richards works Monday to Wednesday.
Mrs Rhodes is our school business manager. She is responsible for the day to day management of school finance so that Miss Marsland and the Governing Body are kept informed and up to date. Mrs Rhodes is also our lead on first aid and health and safety. She is our educational visits and school sports coordinator. Mrs Rhodes leads on Forest Schools and swimming.
Mrs Hart also works in Class 1, and works with our Scheco! to develop the school grounds and other ideas which the Scheco! bring to their meetings.
Mrs Palmer supports pupils in Class 2.
Mrs Taylor supports pupils in Class 1.
Mrs Gedney, Mrs Brown and Mrs Hart are our lunchtime supervisors. They make sure lunchtimes run smoothly.
Mr McHugh is our Caretaker and makes school clean and safe for us.
Mrs Holyoake is our trainee teacher. She is based in Class 3 and will be here all year. We also welcome other trainee teachers and students on other placements.