SCHOOL STAFF 2019- 2020

Headteacher and DSL

Mrs SByersEd (Hons) Primary, DSL, QTS

Deputy Headteachers


Mr JCallanderBSc (Hons) in Geochemistry, University of London; PGCE, Brunel University; QTSDeputy Head, non-teaching (Academic Development), Additional DSL
Mrs JPacheBEd (Hons), University of Hertfordshire; QTSDeputy Head, non-teaching (Personal Development), Head of ILE, SENCO, Deputy DSL


Mrs SAliBA Modern Languages, Coventry UniversitySpanish Teacher (Part time)
Miss ABairdBA (Hons) Early Years with QTS, Leeds University; National Award for SEN Co-Ordinators, University of RoehamptonEarly Years Co-ordinator, Kindergarten Teacher
Mrs CBairdBEd Hons (Cantab); Cert of Professional Practice in Special Needs Education; Roehampton Institute; QTS; Cert TEFL (International House)Broomfield Tutors and Broomfield Press
Miss IBaloghBEd, Kölcsey Ferenc, Hungary; QTS (UK)Specialist Maths Teacher (Part time)
Mrs CBouGTCL LTCL PGCE QTSMusic Dept, Arts Fund Co-ordinator, Head of Palmer House, SAIL Co-Ordinator
Miss EBowersBA Drama and Theatre Arts, University of BirminghamDrama and Dance Teacher
Mrs HBoyleBSc in Chemistry, Bristol University; PGCE London Metropolitan University; QTSYear 1 Class Teacher (maternity leave)
Mrs TBrownInt Mont Dip; SENCO LBRuT; HADC Level 3ILE Teacher (part time)
Mrs LCarnsASA Aquatics Teaching L2; Netball Coaching L2; OU Natural Biology (in process)Sport and ICT Teacher (maternity leave)
Miss NCurranLLB/Lph Degree in Bachelor of Laws in Law and Philosophy; PGCE, Institute of Education; QTSYear 5 Class Teacher, Head of Rose House
Ms CFreyDegree in Painting and in Art and Crafts Teaching, Geneva University, SwitzerlandArt Teacher and Art Club, (part time)
Mrs LGallowayBSc (Hons) in Secondary Education and Physical Education with Geography, Brunel University; QTSPE Teacher (maternity cover)
Mr J-WHepperBSc (Hons) in Ecology, Evolution and Behaviour, Durham University; PGCE, Cambridge University; QTSYear 3 Class Teacher
Mrs AHillBEd (Hons), University of Surrey; QTSILE Teacher, Deputy EYs Co-ordinator; ELSA
Mrs PMarshallBA (Hons) in Drama and Theatre with Psychology, University of Surrey, PGCE in Education, University of Surrey, QTSPre-Kindergarten Class Teacher
Mr RMontagueBA (Hons) Primary Education with QTS, St Mary’s UniversityYear 2 Class Teacher, Key Stage 1 Co-Ordinator, Head of Mead House
Mrs KRavenscroftTeacher Dip, MA Katowice Poland; EY Foundation Cert Level 3; UK Open Learning; Cert Teacher training, Galway; QTS (UK)Year 6 Class Teacher
Mrs MZammitBEd (Hons), Institute of Education; MA in Education: Pedagogy (Merit), St Marys University, Twickenham; PGCE, University of Roehampton; QTSYear 4 Class Teacher, Key Stage 2 Co-Ordinator

Classroom Assistants

Mrs EAllinsonCIPD, Level 3Classroom Assistant, Year 5
Miss CBendallCACHE Level 3 Childcare and Education DiplomaClassroom Assistant, Kindergarten
Mrs ECunninghamCert. EYP, Open UniversityClassroom Assistant, Year 1, Library (part time)
Mrs AEvansCACHE, NVQ3Classroom Assistant, Kindergarten
Miss EHuntBA (Hons) Drama and Applied Theatre, St Mary’s UniversityAssistant Drama Teacher, ICT Teacher
Mr TKennedyBSc (Hons) in Management Science; UMIST Manchester; QTSCo-Teacher, Year 4
Mrs HKetelBA (Hons) in French, University of Hull; MA in Education, OUClassroom Assistant, Year 6
Mrs LMacphersonCACHE L3 Diploma in Specialist Support for Teaching and Learning in schoolsClassroom Assistant, Year 1 and ILE, (part time)
Mrs JMazgalaMA Pedagogic, University of Pedagogic Studies and Sociology, PolandPlayground and ILE Assistant (part time – maternity leave)
Miss AMendozziBA Economics, University La Sapienza, ItalyPlayground and ILE Assistant (part time)
Mrs MMunasingheInternational Montessori Diploma, Foundation Degree in Early Years, Kingston UniversityClassroom Assistant, Year 2
Miss MRavenscroftBA (Hons) German with Italian, University of BristolClassroom Assistant, Year 3
Miss RSoriaDegree in Early Childhood Education, University of Granada (Spain)Classroom Assistant, Pre-Kindergarten
Mrs LTaskerBSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science, MMU; MMedSci Sport and Exercise Science, University of Sheffield; PhD Sport and Health Sciences, University of Exeter; MSc Sports Therapy, LMUPlayground, ILE and Pre-Kindergarten Classroom Assistant (part time – maternity cover)

Physical Education

Brentford FC Community Sports TrustBoys’ Football
Mr JWeekesCoaching, level 1, British Academy of FencingFencing

Visiting Arts Staff

Miss EBainsBMus (Hons) RNCMFlute, Recorder, Piano
Mr TCrehanBMus RNCMViolin
Mrs VElias-JoséDip.SCM Paris, Dip EMT Sao PaoloPiano
Mr TGriffithsBMus (Hons), MPerf in Music, Royal College of MusicBrass
Mr GMcNeillieTeacher’s Diploma, LLCMGuitar, Ukulele
Mr NPortman SmithGGSMPiano, Bass Guitar
Mr IStuartBA (Hons), OxfordClarinet / saxophone

School Office

Ms DCashBA (Hons), English and Politics, Swansea UniversityMarketing and Admissions Secretary
Mrs BSmithMontessori DiplomaSchool Secretary
Mrs CWoodleyTeacher’s Assistant Stages 1 & 2; Playwork NVQ Level 3Finance and Administration Secretary

Kitchen / Housekeeping

Miss NScorerNational Diploma, Hotel & Catering & Institutional OperationsSchool Chef
Mr LKoziolDip ‘Food Industry support’, Jawcrzni; Level 2 Food SafetySchool Groundsman
Mrs MKoziolBA, Warsaw; Level 2 Food SafetySchool Housekeeper


Arrangements for learning from 23 March

It is with regret that Broomfield House School will be partially closing from 3.30pm on Friday 20th March.  We have been open and providing our customary high quality education in school until this point but, following Government advice, we will now be fully supporting the children’s learning at home.  We have developed robust plans for this, working with our website provider and IT systems support and will be delivering age-appropriate teaching to our children and families.  We will be supporting many different ways of learning which will include text-based work, online lessons, video content and, with parental support, will be marking the children’s work and giving feedback to parents about it.  In Early Years we will also use the Tapestry system.

Developing these new ways of working and learning are exciting and we are confident that the innovations we are introducing to deal with these strange times will offer long term benefits to pupils, parents and staff alike.

We will continue to support the children of key workers at school to allow their parents to provide these critical services during the current situation.

We have no confirmed cases of COVID-19 among our school community.

May I take this opportunity to wish everyone well and hope you all stay safe and healthy.

With all good wishes

Mrs Susie Byers