Meet The Team
Miss Mawson – Headteacher
Mrs Clayden – Senior Teacher – Maths and Computing Subject Leader
Mrs Chamberlain – Special Needs Coordinator (SENCO)
Mr Le Masurier – English, PE and Educational Visits Leader
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Miss Summers (Class Teacher) (School Council and Humanities Leader)
Mrs Higgins (Support Staff)
Mrs Murphy (Support staff)
Miss S. Osborne (Support staff)
Mrs Pickering (Support staff)
Mrs Radford (HLTA)
Mrs Lonnen-Smith (Class Teacher)
Miss Langley (Class Teacher, currently on Maternity Leave)
Miss Brandon (Support Staff)
Miss Francis (Support staff)
Mrs Murphy (Support staff)
Mrs Rodgers (Support staff)
Miss Hayden (Class Teacher) (Science and Humanities Subject Leader)
Mrs Capon (HLTA)
Mrs Cox (Support staff)
Mrs Mayne (Support staff)
Miss Michael (Support staff)
Mrs Yapp (Support staff)
Mrs Clayden (Senior Teacher – 4 days per week -Maths and Computing Subject Leader )
Mrs Taylor (Class Teacher – 1 day per week)
Miss Brandon (Support staff)
Mrs Mehmet (Support staff)
Mrs Pickering (Support staff)
Dr Holland (Support staff)
Mrs Kenworthy (Support staff)
Miss Osborne (Support staff)
Mr Le Masurier (Class Teacher and English and PE Subject Leader)
Mrs Brinkley (Support staff)
Mrs Hutchinson (Support staff)
Mrs Pickford (Support staff)
Mrs James – Office Manager
Mrs Gustavina – Admin Assistant
Miss Alger – Forest School Leader
Miss Peacock – Cook
Mrs Kenworthy – Senior Midday Assistant
Mrs Long – Midday Assistant
Meet the Staff
Have a read of the teacher bios below written by children at Stebbing Primary School. Portraits coming soon…
Miss Mawson is the Headteacher. she has been at the school since 2005, when she was a student teacher. She has now been at the school for 13 years.
She taught Wrens for a long time, then Woodpeckers and Kingfishers for not such a long time. Miss Mawson loved teaching in the early years and having the opportunity to see children grow and develop so much when they start school.
In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, looking after her cats, and trying different restaurants. Her favourite subject to teach is maths. Her biggest challenge at school has been to come out of the classroom and not teach a class anymore.
She is responsible for assessment, children/everyone and the day-to-day running of the school. She loves being the Headteacher at Stebbing Primary and always looks forward to the challenges and successes it brings!
Mrs Chamberlain is a excellent person who is kind and understanding towards everyone in the school.
She is the SENCO (special educational needs co-ordinator) of Stebbing Primary School. She has been teaching here for 15 years and gone through years foundation stage,1 ,2, 3, 4 and 5; she also teaches art. The subjects she is responsible for are: Art and Design, Design Technology and PSHE (personal, social,health & emotional) . Out of school she enjoys reading (she reads lots of informative books) and travelling (she went round the world before she started teaching). She also enjoys painting, spending time with her family of 3 children and husband. The challenges she has overcome are moving from class teacher to full on SENCO, becoming a parent, learning to meet a wide variety of children’s needs, having her kids in the same class/school and learning to understand the needs of her daughter with additional needs. Mrs Chamberlain is looking forward to welcoming new children in September and helping to move the School forward in new and exciting ways.
Wrens – reception/year 1
Miss Summers teaches reception and Year 1 in Wrens. This is her third year teaching at Stebbing Primary School and she loves it here. Miss Summers really enjoys teaching maths and topic lessons. Personal interests of hers are: shopping, reading, Disney and eating ketchup with every meal, but it has to be Heinz. Miss Summers and Miss Hayden are our Humanities subject leaders which means they are responsible for Geography, History and Religious Education. She also runs the school council.
Miss Summers has overcome some great challenges in her life. Some of these are, going on loop the loop roller-coasters and her dissertation at university. Overall Miss Summers is a fun teacher and a great teacher for your first year at Stebbing Primary School!
Kingfishers – year1/2
Ever since Miss Langley became a teacher ( three years ago) there has been a spring in everyone’s step. Miss Langley enjoys running long distances and she shares her knowledge with eager pupils of all ages. Did you know Miss Langley does a lot of work for charity, recently she ran the Stebbing ten (which is a 10 mile run in stebbing) along side Mr Le Masurier, a wonderful teacher, and Mrs Taylor, a very helpful teacher. They decided to run in inflatable unicorn outfits for a TA’s sick daughter. She also did the London Marathon and got the medal! All teachers have a responsibility for a subject, Miss Langley’s subject is Science and she really enjoys teaching it. She also runs the school choir which is a club that’s made for children who love singing. Miss Langley is a friend to all the teachers and a role model to all the children as she is very kind and supportive of everything you learn.
Kingfishers – year1/2
Mrs Lonnen-Smith is kind and caring. She is a very lovely teacher. She makes me feel happy and secure. She always has exciting and interesting lessons and knows a lot! Mrs Lonnen-Smith is always happy but she’s also very funny and makes me laugh, and is only a little, little, little little bit strict – she doesn’t shout. She always makes learning fun and she supports us. She makes sense to me and explains things properly but I sometimes have to ask her again and she doesn’t mind at all when I do this. Mrs Lonnen-Smith teaches me how to teach myself. She makes me do my best and makes me feel like a deep thinker so that I produce the best work that I can. I like being in Mrs Lonnen-Smith’s class; I can be me with Mrs Lonnen-Smith.
Woodpeckers – year3/4
Miss Hayden teaches Woodpeckers, year 3 and 4 and is a happy and cheerful teacher. She has been at this school for 5 years but she has only been a teacher for 2. Miss Hayden is responsible for Humanities with Miss Summers. Miss Summers and Miss Hayden will also jointly work with the school council this year. Her favourite subject is English. She absolutely loves board games! She even does a club in school and plays them with her friends out of school too! When she was a child she went to this school for her primary school years! She was challenged with science at first but now she is very confident with it.The thing she is looking forward to the most next year is having a bunch of new children from the class below.
Senior Teacher – Kestrels – year 4/5
Mrs Clayden is an energetic, kind teacher who puts a smile on everyone’s face. She teaches Kestrels, year 4&5. Mrs Clayden is the Senior Teacher and is in charge of Maths and computing. She also enjoys teaching Science. She has a husband and 2 children one of which attends our school. She enjoys spending time with her family and going out for dinner. She also likes running and going to ((BOUNCE)). Over the years Mrs Clayden has skillfully educated many students and overcome many challenges a few of them being becoming a parent and managing her time well. In the coming year Mrs Clayden is looking forward to finding new and exciting methods to teach children.
Overall Mrs Clayden is a fun and helpful teacher who has been teaching at Stebbing for nearly 10 years and has thorougly improved the lives of many children. She is an awesome teacher.
Kestrels – Year 4/5
Mrs. Taylor is an amazing, helpful and a kind teacher. She has been working here at Stebbing Primary for over 11 years, she specialises in P.E. Her favourite sports are: cycling, running, and football (she supports Man City.) Mrs. Taylor comes in to teach on Mondays all day and works in years 4/5 in Kestrels. She loves to be outside whatever the weather and loves a nice cooked lunch from Nikki (the school cook.) Mrs. Taylor is a very supportive member of staff, and takes on singing assemblies.
Mr Le Masurier
Owls – Year 6
Mr Le Masurier is a confident, kind teacher who first started as a TA at Stebbing 6 years ago. After working as a TA for a year he trained to become a teacher and now works full time at Stebbing. He now works as year 6 teacher and has done for the past two years having completed two years in years 3/4 in Woodpeckers class. All teachers are dedicated to different subjects and Mr Le Masurier’s subjects are English, PE and he is in charge of all of the sports clubs at the school. He enjoys sports such as football, cycling (he once cycled all the way from Scotland to Surrey), running and swimming.
Mr Bosch is a fantastic music teacher. He always plays his instruments perfectly and shows his many talents. He is really inspirational, he teaches every year group in Stebbing Primary on different days and different times. Mr Bosch has been teaching music in Stebbing Primary for over 11 years and is still going! Mr Bosch is really funny and tells lots of jokes to make the children laugh, he lets us show off on instruments we know how to play. He teaches the children very well with listening and understanding music. The children work very well in class groups to impress Mr Bosch. He can teach children if they do not understand how to play the instruments properly. He works in other schools other than Stebbing Primary, which boosts his confidence in teaching music. He is also in a band which makes makes him an official musician. Mr Bosch likes canoeing as well as teaching children how to play music.