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Senior Leadership Team

Holly Pottle
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Holly Pottle

Deputy Headteacher and Inclusion Lead

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Holly Pottle

Deputy Headteacher and Inclusion Lead

Holly has been working in schools since 2007. She worked in a small school in Daventry before coming to Thomas Arnold in 2008. In 2013 she had six months off of work to travel the world and see lots of amazing places. Holly loves to travel and spend time with her family, especially her three nieces and nephew. She is passionate about all children having a chance to shine in school.

Height: 180 cm
Favourite number: 18
Animal I most represent: Bumblebee (I like to be busy and I like to work as a team)
Best loved children’s book: Gobbolino the Witch’s Cat
Most frequently used word or phrase: Seriously!
Funniest joke: What did one snowman say to the other snowman? Can you smell carrots?
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Integrity
Fantasy superpower: Mind reading and invisibility

Terina King
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Terina King

Assistant Headteacher

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Terina King

Assistant Headteacher

Terina has been teaching since 2005, she has had the pleasure of teaching children in Reception through to Year 6.  She has taught in two Newham schools, before joining the team at Thomas Arnold. She is passionate about children receiving the highest quality of education and developing a strong self – belief in themselves. Terina loves spending time with her family, eating at restaurants and travelling; her favourite place is Orlando!

Height: 160 cm
Favourite number: 14
Animal I most represent: Pegasus
Best loved children’s book: Charlotte’s Web and Meerkat Mail
Most frequently used word or phrase: Make yourself proud.
Funniest joke: Why are fish so smart? Because they live in schools!
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: : Integrity – showing strength of character and good morals, especially when faced with a difficult situation.
Fantasy superpower: Freeze time and mind reading.

 

Kyri Mingay
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Kyri Mingay

Designated Safeguarding Lead

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Kyri Mingay

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Kyri has been working with children and families since 2008 and is trained as a practitioner in Family Therapy. She has worked across different settings, in children’s services and in schools, both secondary and primary. Kyri has a love of learning and travelling to new places, especially where there is sunshine! She is passionate about keeping children safe and ensuring children have the opportunity to thrive and be happy.

Height: 5ft 4
Favourite number: 3
Animal I most represent: Elephant (I never forget!)
Best loved children’s book: The Gruffalo/Harry Potter
Most frequently used word or phrase: That’s amazing!
Funniest joke: Why did the girl sprinkle sugar on her pillow? So she could have sweet dreams.
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Honesty and Kindness
Fantasy superpower: Invisibility

Teachers

Adesola Awosanya
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Adesola Awosanya

Class Teacher

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Adesola Awosanya

Class Teacher

Adesola joined Thomas Arnold in 2015 and has been teaching for over ten years. During this time she has taught in schools in Lewisham, Lambeth, Essex and of course, Barking and Dagenham. Each school has brought a wide range of experiences and challenges, all of which she enjoys and appreciates so much. Since Adesola is passionate about developing confident and caring children with love of learning, she hopes that her experiences and challenges would make her a more dynamic and inspirational teacher. Adesola loves sight-seeing and would love to experience bungee jumping someday.

 

Height: 175cm
Favourite number: 5
Animal I most represent: Eagle
Best loved children’s book: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Most frequently used word or phrase: Lovely
Funniest joke: What do you call a fish with no eyes? Fsh.
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Integrity
Fantasy superpower: Ability to transform into anything

Amy Cole
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Amy Cole

Class Teacher

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Amy Cole

Class Teacher

Amy has been working in educational settings since 2012 and is new to Thomas Arnold Primary School this year. Before completing her primary teacher training course last year, she also worked as a pastoral tutor in a sixth-form college for 5 years and volunteered to teach in a number of schools in Belgium during her training. Amy is a dedicated teacher who is passionate about ensuring that all children have exciting experiences at school and encouraging them to achieve their ambitions.

Height: 175 cm
Favourite number: 10
Animal I most represent: Whale (I’m very family orientated, loyal and enjoy peaceful moments)
Best loved children’s book: Esio Trot by Roald Dahl
Most frequently used word or phrase: Lovely
Funniest joke: What do you call cheese that isn’t yours? Nacho cheese

Brooke Roe
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Brooke Roe

Class Teacher and Leader of EYFS

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Brooke Roe

Class Teacher and Leader of EYFS

Brooke has 6 years’ experience working in early years and has also taught in key stage 1. As well as working at Thomas Arnold, she has also taught in Leigh-on-Sea and volunteered in Ipswich hospital’s school. She is passionate bout creating exciting learning opportunities which engages all pupils and allows them to reach their full potential whilst thoroughly enjoying their time at school. Brooke is extremely dedicate to her role as phase leader and class teacher and works hard to provide a safe, secure and happy learning environment.

Height: 170 cm
Favourite number: 7
Animal I most represent: Dolphin (trusting, loyal and value friendships)
Best loved children’s book: Tiddler by Julia Donaldson
Most frequently used word or phrase: Perfect or wonderful.
Funniest joke: Knock, Knock – Who’s there? – Doughnut! – Doughnut Who? – Doughnut ask, it’s a secret!

The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Kindness
Fantasy superpower: Mind reader

Carol O'Dwyer
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Carol O'Dwyer

Class Teacher

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Carol O'Dwyer

Class Teacher

Carol has been working in primary schools for over eleven years. She has worked in schools in Barking and Dagenham. She is originally from Ireland. Carol is a fan or the writings of Jane Austen as well as the novels of the Bronte sisters. She believes every child has the right to a good quality education, where they can develop their strengths and learn new skills.

Height:  150 cm
Favourite number: 10
Animal I most represent: Puppy (as I’m a loyal and faithful friend).
Best loved children’s book: The Famous Five
Most frequently used word or phrase: Big time!
Funniest joke:
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Kindness
Fantasy superpower:  Invisibility

Ian Tasker
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Ian Tasker

Class Teacher

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Ian Tasker

Class Teacher

Ian has been teaching since before mobile phones, iPods and Tassimo coffee machines were invented. (Other coffee machines are available).  He has worked across the country in both secondary and primary schools. At school, he was an underachiever who persevered until he passed enough exams to leave home. Ian’s philosophy on teaching is that everyone can achieve great things if they live long enough and practice hard enough. Ian lives with his two pugs, Edmund and Percy, by the sea.

Height: 6ft 3
Favourite number: 24
Animal I most represent: A pug
Best loved children’s book: The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan Dowd
Most frequently used word or phrase: Coooeeey!
Funniest joke: What Do You Call Sad Coffee? Despresso.
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Kindness
Fantasy superpower: The ability to turn water into a skinny vanilla latte

Lindsay Carbonneau
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Lindsay Carbonneau

Class Teacher

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Lindsay Carbonneau

Class Teacher

Lindsay started working at Thomas Arnold in 2017. She has worked at schools in Canada and London, UK. Lindsay loves to travel and be in the outdoors. Lindsay enjoys working on crafting activities such as crochet, knitting and painting. She is passionate about every child becoming enthusiastic life-long learners.

 

Height: 171 cm
Favourite number: 15
Animal I most represent: Wolf
Best loved children’s book: Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers
Most frequently used word or phrase: Perfect!!
Funniest joke: What do you call a cow on a trampoline? A milk shake!
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Kindness and Perseverance
Fantasy superpower: Flying or teleportation

Michael Jago
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Michael Jago

Class Teacher

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Michael Jago

Class Teacher

Mike has been working in schools since 2013. He has worked in small village schools as well as large schools in Chigwell and Loughton.  He spent a number of years working as a swimming teacher before working in schools. Mike loves to travel and would like to visit Canada. He is passionate about ensuring every child has an exciting, happy experience at school and achieves everything they are able to.

Height: 177 cm
Favourite number: 11
Animal I most represent: Bear (I’m either incredibly busy or very sleepy)
Best loved children’s book: Harry Potter
Most frequently used word or phrase: It’s all good
Funniest joke: How do you make a tissue dance? Put a boogie in it.
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Fairness and honesty
Fantasy superpower: To be able to teleport

Nicole Dolamore
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Nicole Dolamore

Class Teacher

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Nicole Dolamore

Class Teacher

Nicole is a proud New Zealander and has been teaching in both New Zealand and the UK since 2005. She loves travelling and likes to wander around new cities getting lost and exploring. She is passionate about the All Blacks being world champions in rugby and has travelled to different countries to watch them play. Nicole loves teaching and really enjoys the energy and zest her class have on a daily basis. Her aim (alongside providing a great education) is to make her class laugh every day.

Height:  159 cm
Favourite number: 3
Animal I most represent:  Kiwi bird
Best loved children’s book:  Any book from the Hairy Maclary series
Most frequently used word or phrase: Oh my goodness! or No way!
Funniest joke: Q: Why did the boy bring a ladder to school?
A: He wanted to go to high school.
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Zest because people with zest are such a positive influence on others.
Fantasy superpower: To be able to fly of course!

Specialist Staff

Clare Jolly
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Clare Jolly

Thrive Practioner

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Clare Jolly

Thrive Practioner

Clare has been working at Thomas Arnold since 2011.  She started here as a play-leader and progressed to 1:1 support in reception.  Clare has also supported as a 1:1 in years 3 & 4.  Clare is currently a Thrive Practitioner full time working with children in either a small group or on a 1:1 basis.  Thrive is helping the children with their social and emotional needs, giving them the chance to gain their own voice as well as understanding their own emotions.  Clare is also part of the SEMH team.

Height: 160cm
Favourite number: 6
Animal I most represent: Cat (soft & gentle)
Best loved children’s book: Room on the Broom
Most frequently used word or phrase:  Everyone is as important as the next person
Funniest joke:
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Honesty
Fantasy superpower: To revisit the past

Hayley Collett
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Hayley Collett

Specialist EAL Support

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Hayley Collett

Specialist EAL Support

Hayley has been working with children at Thomas Arnold Primary for 8 years and is always excited to learn something new from them, every single day. Hayley believes it is her role to remove learning barriers and ensure all children have an equally interesting and enjoyable educational journey. Hayley has completed a Speech & Language course, Level 2 & 3 in Supporting Teaching & Learning courses and a BA Hons Degree in Childcare, Early Years & Education. If you are ever looking for Hayley she can usually be found in the gym, walking on a long, sandy beach or sprawled on a rug with have her head buried in a book.

Height:  158 cm
Favourite number:
Animal I most represent: A hippogriff (Greek: Ιππόγρυπας); this is a legendary creature which has the front half of an eagle and the hind half of a horse)
Best loved children’s book: Midwinterblood by Marcus Sedgewick
Most frequently used word or phrase: Let go and let God!
Funniest joke: What sort of keys cannot open locks? Monkeys, donkeys and turkeys.
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Perseverance
Fantasy superpower: Telekinesis

Jane Coulson-West
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Jane Coulson-West

Specialist Speech and Language Support’

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Jane Coulson-West

Specialist Speech and Language Support’

Jane has worked at Thomas Arnold for 15 years, before she this worked within a variety of industries as a PA/Secretary.  She has worked in all year groups in her time here but now concentrates on working in developing children with their Speech and Language targets.  Due to working with pupils on a 1:1 basis she has built up strong relationships with the pupils and their parent/carer(s).  Jane enjoys baking and keeps the staff well fed.

Height:  158 cm
Favourite number: 15
Animal I most represent:   Parrot (as I am constantly repeating myself)
Best loved children’s book:  The Gruffalo
Most frequently used word or phrase:  Really or I’ve changed my name
Funniest joke:  (not sure it’s the funniest but it made me laugh and it’s the one I always remember)      “I only learnt 25 letters of the alphabet, I don’t know Y
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Honesty
Fantasy superpower: The ability to read minds (see myself as the female Professor X)

Jodie Clarke
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Jodie Clarke

ARP - Teaching Assistant

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Jodie Clarke

ARP - Teaching Assistant

Jodie has been working at Thomas Arnold School for two years. Jodie is a member of the midday team and is also part of the learning support term in the Nursery. Jodie loves her job and feels that you are never fully dressed without a smile.

Height: 165 cm
Favourite number: 15
Animal I most represent: Wolf
Best loved children’s book: The Gruffalo
Most frequently used word or phrase: No Way!,  Really!
Funniest joke: Knock knock, who’s there? Boo, Boo who? No need to cry about it.
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Fairness
Fantasy superpower: Invisibility: Read peoples minds

Julia Kemp
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Julia Kemp

SEMH Behaviour/ Thrive Practioner

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Julia Kemp

SEMH Behaviour/ Thrive Practioner

Julia has been working at Thomas Arnold since 2010.  When she first started she was a play-leader and progressed to an LSA in KS1.  Julia has also supported in LKS2 and on a 1:1 level.  Julia is currently an LSA in KS1 in the morning and Thrive Practitioner in the afternoon working with children in small groups or on a 1:1 basis.  Thrive is helping the children with their social and emotional needs, giving them the chance to gain their own voice as well as understanding their own emotions.  Julia is also part of the SEMH team.

Height: 154cm
Favourite number: 5
Animal I most represent: Monkey (cheeky)
Best loved children’s book:  The Turbulent Term of Tyke Tiler
Most frequently used word or phrase:  Everyone is born good it’s the choices you make that can change that
Funniest joke:  Knock Knock! Who’s there? A little man that cannot reach the doorbell
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Honesty
Fantasy superpower: Invisibility

Katie Parks
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Katie Parks

Thrive Lead and School Counsellor

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Katie Parks

Thrive Lead and School Counsellor

Katie has been working in schools since 1991. She was a primary school teacher in Newham before joining Thomas Arnold in 2013.  One of the highlights of her time in Newham was supporting pupils who were part of the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony. In 2011 Katie decided to go back to college and train to be a school counsellor. Before Katie began teaching she lived in Japan for a year teaching English to Japanese student, she can even speak a little Japanese.  Katie loves to travel and has visited many interesting places.  She is also a keen photographer and likes to visit the theatre. Katie is passionate about supporting children so they are able to thrive and enjoy learning.

Height: 162 cm
Favourite number: 7
Animal I most represent: Bumblebee (I like to be busy and I like to work as a team)
Best loved children’s book: The Snowman
Most frequently used word or phrase:  I’m wondering …

Funniest joke: What do you call a bear with no teeth? A gummy bear!

The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Integrity
Fantasy superpower: Mind reading and invisibility

 

Rehana Talaimojeh
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Rehana Talaimojeh

Head of ARP

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Rehana Talaimojeh

Head of ARP

Rehana has over eight years experience in the field of Special Education. Previous to joining the world of education Rehana has over fifteen years of experience in financial markets. Rehana ensures that all pupils despite their needs achieve the best that they can. She believes with the appropriate provision all children can succeed.

Height: 165 cm
Favourite number: 0
Animal I most represent: Hippo (Work it out for yourself 😊)
Best loved children’s book: Kite Runner
Most frequently used word or phrase: Everything happens for a reason
Funniest joke: Every time you talk to your wife, your mind should remember that … ‘This conversation will be recorded for training and quality purposes’
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Integrity
Fantasy superpower: Time Travel

 

Teaching Assistants

Alleisha Bone
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Alleisha Bone

HLTA

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Alleisha Bone

HLTA

Alleisha has been with Thomas Arnold since October 2015. First as a volunteer, then as a LSA supporting children in Key stage 1. Alleisha would love to become a teacher in the near future. Alleisha has a passion for artistic expression and believes every child is a mini Picasso or a mini Kahlo in the making.

Height: 170 cm
Favourite number: 13
Animal I most represent: Unicorn
Best loved children’s book: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
Most frequently used word or phrase: Awesome, dude!
Funniest joke: How do pirates know that they are pirates? They think, therefore they ARRRR!!!!!
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Integrity
Fantasy superpower: To control the elements and have the ability to understand and speak every language.

Cheryl Jordan
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Cheryl Jordan

Teaching Assistant

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Cheryl Jordan

Teaching Assistant

Cheryl has worked at Thomas Arnold School for over 15 years now, in nursery and reception classes. Cheryl has recently been involved in speech and language interventions and lunchtime chill and chat sessions. Cheryl loves her job.

Height: 158 cm
Favourite number:
Animal I most represent: Dog
Best loved children’s book: Six dinner sid (it reminds me of a cat I ended up adopting)
Most frequently used word or phrase: Holiday!
Funniest joke: What do you call a boomerang that doesn’t come back? A stick
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Loyalty
Fantasy superpower: Invisibility

Emma Gilligan
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Emma Gilligan

Teaching Assistant

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Emma Gilligan

Teaching Assistant

Emma started working at Thomas Arnold Primary School in 2010. Emma is an Upper KS2 Teaching Assistant, she also supports Year 6 with intervention for Literacy and Maths as well as other subjects. Emma loves to see the children happy and excited when they achieve their goals. Emma loves her job.

Height: 163 cm
Favourite number: 10
Animal I most represent: Tiger
Best loved children’s book: The Tiger who come to tea
Most frequently used word or phrase:  Seriously
Funniest joke: What do you call a bear with no teeth.  A Gummy Bear
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Fairness
Fantasy superpower: Invisibility

Hadiza Folashade Olayinka
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Hadiza Folashade Olayinka

Teaching Assistant

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Hadiza Folashade Olayinka

Teaching Assistant

 

Height: 170 cm
Favourite number: 7
Animal I most represent:  Otter
Best loved children’s book: Anna Hibiscus
Most frequently used word or phrase: Oh yeah!
Funniest joke: Can a kangaroo jump higher than a house? Of course, a house doesn’t jump at all.
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Fairness
Fantasy superpower: Magic eye

Hayley Martin
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Hayley Martin

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Hayley Martin

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Hayley has worked at Thomas Arnold for 9 years now. At present she is in year 5 but has worked in nursery all through to year 6. This job is very rewarding and Hayley loves being part of an amazing team. Hayley’s daughter came to this school she also met her husband here too.

Height: 156 cm
Favourite number: 24
Animal I most represent: A Swan
Best loved children’s book: All Roald Dahl books.
Most frequently used word or phrase: Sweet, OH MY DAYS !!!
Funniest joke: How do you make a tissue dance? Put a little boogie in it.
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Kindness
Fantasy superpower: Invisibility

Jackie Camilleri
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Jackie Camilleri

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Jackie Camilleri

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Jackie started at Thomas Arnold Primary School in October 2011. Jackie is a Lower KS2 Teaching Assistant and she supports children with interventions in Literacy. She loves helping and supporting children so they can achieve their goals in learning and loves being part of an amazing team. Jackie likes to travel as much as possible to warmer climates with her family as a relaxation from everyday life.

Height: 170 cm
Favourite number: 5
Animal I most represent: Dog (loyal and friendly)
Best loved children’s book: Going on a Bear Hunt
Most frequently used word or phrase: Excellent !!
Funniest joke: Why did the banana go to the hospital? He was peeling really bad
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Honesty and Kindness
Fantasy superpower: Healing Powers

Jade Mackie
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Jade Mackie

Teaching Assistant

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Jade Mackie

Teaching Assistant

Jade has worked with children in both mainstream schools and private nurseries for over 10 years. She completed her Diploma in Education in 2006 and has been a Nursery Nurse at Thomas Arnold for the past 8 years. Jade feels it is important for all children to have a voice and express their feelings and ideas through a variety of different subjects and activities. In her free time Jade enjoys travelling to explore new places, her favourite locations being Cairo and Los Angeles. Although Jade loves travelling the world nothing beats spending time with her wonderful family and pet dog Bud!

Height: 160 cm
Favourite number: 10
Animal I most represent: Lioness – Strong family bonds and fierce protectors
Best loved children’s book: Peace at Last – Jill Murphy
Most frequently used word or phrase: Every day may not be good but there is good in everyday!
Funniest joke: What do you call a sleeping dinosaur?  A Dino-snore
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Loyalty & Respect
Fantasy superpower: Time Travel

Sophie Mills
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Sophie Mills

Teaching Assistant

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Sophie Mills

Teaching Assistant

Sophie has been working at Thomas Arnold since 2017 starting as a playleader and now training to be a qualified LSA. Sophie loves her job and gets great satisfaction when she sees a child achieving their goals and succeeding. Sophie enjoys spending time with her family and making memories with her children.

 

Height: 175 cm
Favourite number:13
Animal I most represent: Dolphin
Best loved children’s book: Guess how much I love you
Most frequently used word or phrase: love that!!
Funniest joke: What did the police man say to his belly button? You’re under a vest!
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Honesty and Loyalty
Fantasy superpower: Healing

Tilly Brown
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Tilly Brown

Teaching Assistant

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Tilly Brown

Teaching Assistant

Tilly has been involved with Thomas Arnold Primary School for 27 years.  She is currently in Year 4 as an LSA but has been a play leader, volunteer and one of our parents. Tilly enjoys motivating the pupils in their learning especially supporting pupils achieve a difficult challenge.  In her spare time Tilly enjoys swimming and reading.

Height: 170 cm
Favourite number: 9
Animal I most represent: Lioness
Best loved children’s book: Green Eggs and Ham
Most frequently used word or phrase: Exactly and Well done
Funniest joke: What did the stick say to the glue…I’m sticking with you.
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Honesty and Politeness
Fantasy superpower: Invisibility

Support Staff

Linda Martin
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Linda Martin

Administrator

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Linda Martin

Administrator

Linda started working at Thomas Arnold Primary school in 2008. Linda is our schools Attendance officer and takes her job very seriously…sometimes too serious, she will not stop at anything to ensure every child is in school. Linda enjoys her job immensely and finds it rewarding. Linda loves that she is able engage with not just the children but also parents so feels she has the best of both worlds.

Height: 171 cm
Favourite number: 13
Animal I most represent: Spotted Hyena (known for their laughs but also gets their prey)
Best loved children’s book:  We’re going on a bear hunt
Most frequently used word or phrase: Yeah but!
Funniest joke: Wait for me honey, I’m just finishing my make-up. You don’t need make-up Jane. Oh, Richard…. really? That is so sweet of you!  You need plastic surgery.
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Respect and honesty
Fantasy superpower: The magic touch

Lisa Wilsher
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Lisa Wilsher

Support Staff

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Lisa Wilsher

Support Staff

Lisa has worked at Thomas Arnold since 1999 and has seen many changes. she has seen many headteachers come and go and has also seen children who used to come to Thomas Arnold comeback here as adults to work. Lisa started as a Midday assistant and then moved into working in the office in 2003.  Lisa loves being in the front office and really enjoys helping the parents and making them feel a part of the school.

Height: 174 cm
Favourite number: 23
Animal I most represent: Huggy Bear
Best loved children’s book: T’was the Night Before Christmas
Most frequently used word or phrase: Oh Bless!!
Funniest joke: A guy turned up late for work. Boss said “you should have been here at 8.30; the guy said why what happened!!
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Kindness and Compassion
Fantasy superpower: Invisibility

Shaz Ahmed
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Shaz Ahmed

Office Manager

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Shaz Ahmed

Office Manager

Shaz has been working at Thomas Arnold for over 5 years, she is often referred to as the ‘go to’ person at school. Shaz loves to travel and spend time with her family.

Height: 157 cm
Favourite number: 19
Animal I most represent: Swan
Best loved children’s book: The Twits
Most frequently used word or phrase: Innit!
Funniest joke:
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Integrity
Fantasy superpower: Invisibility

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Sue McCallum

Welfare

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Sue McCallum

Welfare

Sue is the welfare assistant at Thomas Arnold, she has many years experience and is the person we all go to for First Aid.

Height: 152 cm
Favourite number: 7
Animal I most represent: Elephant
Best loved children’s book: Charlie and the chocolate factory
Most frequently used word or phrase: Are you okay? All right?
Funniest joke: Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to the other side
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Kindness
Fantasy superpower: Superstrength

Terry Martin
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Terry Martin

Site Supervisor

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Terry Martin

Site Supervisor

Terry has been with Thomas Arnold School for over 18 years. He is the first one in and the last one to leave. Terry loves his job because it’s where he met his wife Hayley Martin. Terry is a very family orientated man who also has a love for football and golf.

Height: 178 cm
Favourite number: 10
Animal I most represent: Wolf
Best loved children’s book: The Jungle Book
Most frequently used word or phrase: Home time people.
Funniest joke: Why did the policeman take his pencil to bed with him? To draw the curtains.
The character virtue I most appreciate in others: Good manners
Fantasy superpower: To be able to fly.