Rebecca has taught for 23 years in a variety of settings. This is her first post as Head of School after 10 years of senior leadership.
She has experience in teaching all key stages and is passionate about curriculum development and ensuring that learning is effective, meaningful and enjoyable.
Her subject expertise includes English and for the last four years she has been a Wiltshire LA Moderator. She enjoys mentoring Trainee teachers and has worked closely with Pickwick Teaching School, UWE and Bath Spa.
As Head of School, her priorities are to raise standards for all and identify and nurture the potential of all pupils and staff in Aloeric and to support others across the Trust.
Kerry Parker is the Head of School at Corsham Primary - Broadwood Site. She has enjoyed 22 years in the teaching profession and has taught all ages in the primary sector, gaining her expertise with many children in a variety of settings. She has over 10 years of school leadership experience and is qualified in the National Professional Qualification for Headship. Her particular areas of expertise and passion include teaching and learning for all, enhancing the curriculum and behaviour management.
Helen Lammin is the Head of School at Ivy Lane School. She has enjoyed over 18 years in the teaching profession and has taught across the whole of the primary age range, gaining her expertise in a variety of settings, ranging from smaller village schools to a large urban primary school with high social deprivation in Bristol. She has worked in the capacity of senior leadership for over 10 years.
She has taken on the roles of Lead Maths and English Teachers for the Local Education Authority, supporting colleagues and more recently the role of SENCO where she was also Chair of the Calne Multi-Agency Forum coordinating meetings and collaborating with various multi-agencies within the community. She has also completed the Leadership Pathways course and worked alongside Shirley Clarke completing an ‘Assessment for Learning’ Action research project. She actively involves herself in all aspects of school life, with a particular passion for Music and performing, where she has led a choir for most of her career.
She has a real drive and passion for excellence in Teaching and Learning which is inclusive for all and enables every child to meet their full potential regardless of their starting points. Her particular areas of expertise and passion include teaching and learning for all, enrichment, assessment for learning and SEND. After working as Deputy Head and more recently Acting Headteacher, she is now excited to take on the role of Head of School at Ivy Lane School and become part of the ‘life-long appetite for learning’ striving for excellence, alongside an exciting and collaborative multi-academy trust.
Wendy has been in primary education for 21 years. She trained at St. Mark and St. Johns College in Plymouth. Her teaching career started in a small Reception class of just 14 children, where her passion for Early Years developed. She worked in her first school for six years in FS2 and KS1 before moving to Queen’s Crescent in 2004. Wendy has taken on many roles at Queen’s Crescent: KS1 phase leader; acting Deputy; Deputy Head and is now Head of School. She is currently working on her National Professional Qualification of Headship award.
Wendy is passionate about outdoor learning and is a Level 3 Forest Schools Leader. She has run the School Council and netball team for over 10 years. She was a Key Stage 1 PE lead teacher for the Local Authority. She has expertise in supporting the most vulnerable learners in school and is the Pupil Premium lead. Her area of curriculum expertise is Geography and Early Years.
In her spare time Wendy is passionate about travel, exploring the most exotic of places in the world. She also loves to start her day with an early morning 1km swim!
Lindsay Fry is the Head of School at Corsham Primary’s Pound Pill site. She has enjoyed over 20 years in the teaching profession and has taught the whole of the primary age range, in a variety of settings, ranging from a small village school to larger town schools. Lindsay has over 10 years of school leadership experience and has been a Head teacher for 4 years. Her qualifications include the National Professional Qualification for Headship and Masters of Education studies in Mentoring. Her particular areas of expertise include teaching and learning, behaviour management and school improvement.