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I work alongside class teachers to deliver both Welly Day sessions and some other exciting subjects.
I love to be outdoors, crafting and exploring nature! I am a Forest School Practitioner and yoga teacher and love bringing these skills into my classroom practice.
Hello! My name is Mrs Hunter. I have been a Teacher at North Elmham for 10 years. I teach Sheep class on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. I enjoy teaching children whilst learning through play, using the indoor and outdoor classroom to help them Flourish! At home, I am kept very busy with my little boy; we love sharing stories and walking our two dogs!
Working with young children is such an honour. I love to learn what makes them tick and what learning strategies they use within their play, us do interesting . Each child is unique in their own way and they all make me smile every day, which makes my job so rewarding!
Outside of work I enjoy crafts and maintain my hobby as a nail technician in my spare time.
I’m Mrs Gkikopoulos and I’m Whales class teacher. I love teaching all subjects, but especially history and art. I studied archaeology at uni and I paint oil portraits of people (and !) in my free time.
Fun fact – I lived in Greece for 5 years and can speak quite a bit of Greek! Both my children went to North Elmham Primary School, and I’ve been teaching here for 7 years now, so this place holds a special place in my heart ️
I teach in Sheep Class and you probably all know that my passions are teaching and learning outside. I love nothing better than exploring in all weathers. When I’m not at school I like to play with fire and hammers, making jewellery out of silver which I sell in a few shops. I have two boys who are now much taller than me. You might not know that when I was a little girl my Mum and Dad bought a manor house with 5 other families and we shared it with them. I used to pretend to be a teacher in an old chicken hut in the garden and ‘teach’ all the other children!
What I enjoy in school – seeing the creations the children make during their learning and seeing them develop and grow.
What I enjoy out of school – gardening and growing most of my own vegetables.
Fun Fact – I have worked in childcare for 10 years.
I enjoy working with the children in and out of the classroom. Encouraging them to achieve and grow.
Outside of work, I am a mum of three. I am a plant lover and gardening enthusiast.
Fun fact: I once dressed as a giant Sally the Strawberry to help raise money for charity.
I have worked in a range of year groups across the school and love to see the growth and development of all the children as they flourish in their years here. Outside of school, I love to find new places to walk and explore with my dog, Obi. I also enjoy sewing and have my own little business making children’s clothing!
I’m Mrs Lawrence and I’m a higher level teaching assistant (HLTA) across the Federation. I love having the opportunity to teach across a range of ages, to see them flourish throughout their time at All Saints and grow into amazing young people. Outside of work, I love spending time with my husband and our two daughters. We share a passion for a variety of sports including football, Formula 1 and baseball! Something that may surprise you is that I actually have more American relatives than English ones – 20 cousins and more than 40 2nd cousins!!
I enjoy teaching PE and attending celebration assemblies with the whole school on a Friday. Out of school, I enjoy travelling and photography.
I have been a member of the Stibbard school family for just over a year now, starting in reception class and now in year one.
Prior to this, I spent four years working in a preschool.
I have experience working with children with different levels of SEND.
I have been a teacher at All Saints since 2008 and love teaching here. We have amazing children and staff who help make All Saints a special place.
Out of school, I enjoy walking my two dogs, Benji the Sprocker and Bobby the Labrador, I enjoy time in the garden and love driving to new places to explore.
A fun fact is I play the cello. I started when I was 9 years old; it helps me change my chain of thought each week when I play with the Norwich Philharmonic Orchestra.
I am the Year 2 class teacher and I absolutely love being in KS1 after many years of teaching in KS2. It is so wonderful seeing the progress that our children make over the year.
Outside of school, you will find me doing yoga, reading, swimming and being by the sea with my family!
Fun fact: Whilst travelling in Thailand (many years ago now!) I rode on an elephant who kept wading into a river, which was amazing and terrifying at the same time.
The reason I love my job-
Education is the most powerful weapon, which you can use to change the world.
Miss Delaney or to some, Miss Del.
I enjoy teaching all subjects but I especially love maths and science. Outside of school, when I get some spare time, I like to run (I do parkrun every Saturday), play the guitar and read. I actually speak French and have lived in Paris.
I have been teaching for 10 years and I love taking my children’s first and last books in a year and seeing just how far they have come – I am always so proud of how much they have achieved.
I am a mummy to a wonderful little boy, Ezra and big sister to my 7 siblings (the youngest is 10)! I enjoy playing piano, watercolour painting, crafting, hiking and reading. My all time favourite books are the Harry Potter series, which I have been reading since I was 7 and still read them regularly now!
Fun Fact – I almost share a name with a former Queen of England. Can you work out who?
What you enjoy in and out of school: In school I am the Year 1 teacher and I absolutely love setting up an engaging learning environment with the aim to inspire and excite. I am Forest Schools trained so enjoy finding ways to take our learning outside and provide practical learning experiences. Outside of school I enjoy paddle-boarding, swimming, walking my dog and reading.
I am a single mum to two boys and I love cooking, doing DIY, and crafts.
I am also a cub and beaver leader in Fakenham
My hobbies are watching films with my kids and reading books.
I like to go running.
I am Heidi I’ve worked here for 9 years and really enjoy looking after your children during their lunch.
I spend the majority of my free time entertaining our children and taxiing them to their various after school activities! We are lucky enough to live near the coast and several National Trust properties, which we enjoy as a wider family. I am an amateur baker, I love creating birthday cakes for my friends and family! I danced as soon as I could walk, I particularly love ballet and have passed my love of dancing onto my daughter. We love going to the theatre, whether we are watching a musical, ballet or the panto! As a family, we love to travel and explore; we are always planning our next adventure. When time allows, I am an avid reader, I love taking a dance class and meeting my friends for dinner.
Youngest of six, four older brothers and one sister.
Always enjoyed problem solving.
Music, art and travel.
Best trip, China.
Best Gig, U2 at the UEA.
Love talking, going to the theatre, spending time outdoors and walking.
Fun facts: I am very accident prone – last year I fell into a bin whilst cleaning my bunnies – no broken bones that time but I’ve had a few over the years.
Worked in South Korea for a year teaching English to 6 – 80 year olds.
I am Carol the Executive Deputy Headteacher at Flourish Federation. It’s such a privilege to work with our young people, inspiring them to be independent thinkers and confident individuals. I love my job at Flourish and am immensely proud of our children, staff and the community we work in.
I am a daughter, wife and mother to 2. I spend my free time walking, parkrunning and cooking. I love being near water and spend free time at the coast enjoying everything it has to offer.
I passionately believe I have one of the best jobs in the world! As school staff, we are lucky enough to spend our days investigating and finding answers to amazing questions alongside your brilliant children.
As a teacher, I know that children are more than just the score they can achieve in a test but wonderful individuals who we work alongside to help guide them into a happy, healthy and safe future as honest kind and respectful individuals. These young people are our future and already have a strong voice, which should be listened to!
I have been teaching for ages in both London and Norfolk.
Out of work I am a wife and mother of three. I have a degree in music, I absolutely love to travel (especially to hot locations serving delicious spicy food) and have a passion for gardening. (I think) I have a good sense of humour and I am an absolutely terrible dancer (although it pains me to admit it).
I am incredibly proud to be your head teacher and I am committed to serve this community to the best of my ability.
I’m Mrs Hobbs and I’m a teaching assistant here at Stibbard All Saints. I was lucky to LOVE primary school when I was a child and feel passionately that ALL children have the right to experience the same here at Stibbard. My favourite things to help children learn are phonics and reading but I also love it when children juts have random chats with me and their true characters shine through. You never know where a conversation may take you with a child!
I love books and watching children flourish into confident and resilient readers makes me feel very happy. I firmly believe that if we can help foster a love of books at a young age then this special skill will last a lifetime. I believe in our school values and endorse our belief of having high expectations of our children that teaches them to be resilient, respectful and kind. I love working with a great team of staff here at Stibbard All Saints and they’d probably describe me as bonkers and a chatter box! I love to make people laugh which can make me a little bit naughty at times and makes for a noisy staff room some days!
I have two teenage boys who both attended Stibbard and they loved it here.
I live with them and Mr Hobbs as well as our two crazy cockapoos! Our family are huge Formula 1 fans, the Hobbs boys love Go karting. Music is also a huge part of our family- Mr.Hobbs is a drummer so it can get very loud in our house! My absolute fave hobby is eating (counts as an hobby right?!) and sampling my husband’s lovely cooking. I enjoy walking our dogs in the woods and spending time with my family. I always look forward to the summer holidays when I get to travel with the Hobbs family and visit new places and of course eat more delicious foods from different cultures! A few fun facts about me are that I’m a real country girl at heart….I love the countryside as I grew up on my Grandad’s farm which grew parsnips for supermarkets. I used to pack the parsnips into bags when I was a little girl! I also used to play the bass guitar (badly!) I wanted to get into a band but failed miserably.
Stibbard is a great school to be part of and we really do have a happy family feel at our school where everyone is welcome.
Fun fact: I used to play ten pin bowling for Norfolk and England.
I’m Emily and I’m the TA in Reception class. I asked my eight year old to help me write a bit about me, and she said, ‘You’re nice and you bake really good cookies!’ I do love to cook, I have two dogs and two chickens, and I love a good kitchen disco. At school, I enjoy doing yoga and mindfulness with the children I work with.
My name is Rachel Morant, Mrs Morant or as some of the younger children pronounce it, Mrs ‘Rant’. I’ve been working at Stibbard as a Teaching Assistant for 15 years, supporting children in various year groups across the school. Alongside my role as a TA I am an ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant), helping children to understand their emotional needs and supporting them with Social Skills, Bereavement, Social Situations, Anger Management, Self-esteem, Real-life problem-solving skills and Friendship issues.
I am a mother of three, two daughters and a son, of which all three spent their primary years here at All Saints.
Out of work I enjoy gardening, swimming, and spending time with my family.
A fun fact about myself is I have a licence to drive a coach.