Senior Leadership Team
Mrs Claudia TateHeadteacher (Maternity Leave)
Mrs Claudia Tate
Mrs Jackie SandySchool Business Manager
Mrs Jackie Sandy
I have worked at Little Stanion Primary since it opened in September 2012 after working as a Business Manager previously at another local Primary school for 11 years. I have a finance background and strive to make best value of public money in liaison with other members of the Leadership team and Governors. School life is varied, creative and fun - no two days are the same!
Mrs Louise SadlerActing Headteacher
Mrs Louise Sadler
I began my Little Stanion journey in 2015 and have loved every second of it. I am passionate about learning in the outdoors and the impact that an active curriculum can have on children's well being and attitude. I love taking our wonderful children to sports competitions and am always proud of their impeccable behaviour and enjoyment at representing our school!
Miss Amy UnderwoodActing Deputy Headteacher and Year 5 Class Teacher
Miss Amy Underwood
I feel so privileged to be part of the team at Little Stanion Primary School. After teaching in the UK and abroad for eight years, I recently joined this wonderful team in September 2021. I believe it is so important for each child to shine as an individual. I love learning outdoors, creating brilliant artwork and having a laugh every day!
Class Teachers and Teaching Assistants
Mrs Lisa DunbarNursery Manager
Mrs Lisa Dunbar
In January 2013 when the Nursery doors first opened at Little Stanion Primary School my adventure here began. I am passionate about working in Early Years watching the children progress and flourish in to independent individuals is very rewarding. I enjoy the daily challenges that working with children brings, no two days are ever the same. I am lucky to have a great job working alongside a fantastic team.
Miss Rhea BroughtonReception - Class Teacher
Miss Rhea Broughton
In 2015 I started at Little Stanion School, I thoroughly enjoy teaching at the school and having such a supportive team around me. The children are a pleasure to teach and I believe making learning fun and enjoyable for them is very important. I have a keen interest for sport and love teaching the children PE and keeping them active.
Miss Katie RoyYear 1 Class Teacher
Miss Katie Roy
Mrs Sian ChalmersYear 2 - Class Teacher
Mrs Sian Chalmers
My journey began at Little Stanion Primary School in 2014, as a Teaching Assistant, developing into a HLTA. However, this path led me towards university in 2016, where I achieved my Qualified Teacher Status. I am honoured to have been able to return in 2019 as a class teacher. I love working here, alongside the children! I feel privileged to have been able to return to such a wonderful school.
Mrs Holly SailYear 3/4 Class Teacher
Mrs Holly Sail
I began teaching at Little Stanion in 2017 and have taught in year 1 and year 3/4. I love teaching the children lots of new skills whether it be counting, writing a letter or about the real world. For me, nothing beats the smile on a child's face when they have achieved something new.
Mrs Melissa JohnstonYear 3/4 Class Teacher
Mrs Melissa JohnstonI have been a teacher for sixteen years and teaching at Little Stanion for nearly three years.I absolutely love working here. We have so much fun with art and outside learning. My favourite subject is English and I really enjoy the outside learning curriculum.
Miss Robyn MorrisonYear 3/4 Class Teacher
Miss Robyn Morrison
Mr Stuart YoungYear 6 Class Teacher
Mr Stuart Young
Having spent some years teaching internationally, I was thrilled to return to the UK to teach at Little Stanion Primary School. As teachers, we are encouraged to be creative and make learning fun and engaging for the pupils in our class. Being at the top end of the school, I have the privilege of teaching our pupils before they embark on their secondary school adventure.
Miss Carlene CarsonNursery Assistant
Miss Carlene Carson
I began my job at Little Stanion Primary as a lunch time supervisor in 2013. Shortly after, I decided to further my career by joining the nursery which I have always wanted to do. I then started to study level 2 in early years and currently I am in the process to become level 3 qualified to enable me to become the best nursery practitioner I can be.
Mrs Joanne FairhurstNursery Teaching Assistant
Mrs Joanne Fairhurst
I joined Little Stanion Primary School in January 2013 as a Nursery Assistant. I am currently in Year One and have seen many changes over the years whilst being a member of the Little Stanion family. I also help run after school club and enjoy the play element with the children. I am particularly good at Uno!
Mrs Tina CoxReception Teaching Assistant
Mrs Tina Cox
I started working at Little Stanion Primary School in 2013. I love watching the children develop and grow, providing a well balanced curriculum and then watching them progress further throughout the school.
Mrs Claire BaleYear 1 Teaching Assistant
Mrs Claire Bale
I am lucky to have found such a great school and to have become part of their amazing family. I thrive on seeing the children's faces light up each time they learn something new and enjoy assisting the children's creativity inside and outside of the class room.
Miss Amy BillintonYear 1 Teaching Assistant
Miss Amy Billinton
Mr Phil MillsYear 1 Teaching Assistant
Mr Phil MillsI have always had a passion to work within a school since a very young age and love being a part of the Little Stanion School family.I gain such a great sense of fulfilment and job satisfaction whether I'm working in a group, with a child or one to one and love seeing the joy on the children's faces when they achieve the goal, they set out to complete.
Miss Melanie ByrneYear 2 Teaching Assistant/ PE
Miss Melanie Byrne
I began my Little Stanion journey in 2017 as an apprentice teaching assistant and I am currently studying to complete my level 3 apprenticeship in sport. I have a passion for sport and fitness and how it helps the pupils to explore and develop through all years. My highlight of my time at Little Stanion was having the privilege to take a group of talented pupils to the county finals after winning the Welland Valley sports in 2019!
Mrs Jane SansoneYear 3/4 Teaching Assistant
Mrs Jane Sansone
I started at Little Stanion in 2014 and found the family atmosphere that is created within our school community amazing. I enjoy being a part of the school council and seeing the children help others. I have loved watching the children grow in confidence and knowledge as they progress through to Year Six.
Miss Elicia StringerYear 6 Teaching Assistant
Miss Elicia Stringer
Mrs Stephanie BianchiYear 3/4 Teaching Assistant
Mrs Stephanie BianchiI have been working at Little Stanion for almost three years now, and I can honestly say I love my job. I love the school and all of the staff and children here. It's such a lovely place to work and I am proud to say I know all (most) of the childrens' names!
Miss Michelle KingsnorthYear 3/4 Teaching Assistant
Miss Michelle Kingsnorth
Mrs Rachael StolzSpecial Educational Needs Coordinator
Mrs Rachael Stolz
On joining the Little Stanion Primary team in 2017, I found a school that shares the passion for inclusion which has always been my professional driving force. Motivated by a desire to enable all children to access the wide range of opportunities offered at Little Stanion Primary, it is my privilege to work collaboratively with the amazing children, families and other professionals in our school community to effectively overcome barriers to learning.
Ms Jen BurnsFamily and Pastoral Support Mentor
Ms Jen Burns
For me the school experience should be about the whole child and that is why I love this school. I am passionate about mental health, wellbeing and conversation and spend my days helping children when they need a bit of additional support. None of this would be possible without the school animals Ron, Bertie and Toddie. My favourite time of the year is during the summer term when we have water fights, sleepovers and the summer play.
Mrs Liz WilliamsOutdoor Learning Teaching Assistant
Mrs Liz Williams
I love being outside and sharing that passion with the children at Little Stanion Primary School. I lead Outdoor Learning sessions that are designed to teach the children new skills, improve their confidence and, most of all, are fun! Whether we are dipping in the pond for minibeasts, learning about the birds that visit the playground or getting muddy creating natural art, we are learning together and connecting with the nature that surrounds us.
Mrs Laura MullinsAdministrator
Mrs Laura Mullins
I started working at Little Stanion in 2018 and I have loved being part of the school's journey. My main role involves administration and being part of the lovely reception team where I provide support to the teaching staff, leadership team and of course, the children. My job is busy but enjoyable and hugely rewarding.
Mrs Hayley EbbsReceptionist/Admin Assistant
Mrs Hayley Ebbs
Mr David PashlerSite Supervisor
Mr David PashlerAs Site Supervisor, I always aim to provide a happy, secure and caring learning environment. At Little Stanion everyone thrives feeling safe, confident and valued.Each year brings different challenges, change and always a new way of learning. The best.
Mrs Vicki FoxCleaner in Charge
Mrs Vicki Fox
I joined the cleaning team at Little Stanion in November 2018. I take pride in my work and believe a clean environment ensures the health and safety of all the pupils and teachers. My high standards ensure Little Stanion school is neat and clean which promotes a good attitude for everyone.
Mrs Hayley EbbsCleaner
Mrs Hayley Ebbs
Mrs Michelle CampbellLunchtime Supervisor
Mrs Michelle Campbell
Mrs Justina PavliukovicieneBreakfast, Afterschool Club and Lunchtime Supervisor
Mrs Justina Pavliukoviciene
I joined Little Stanion Primary School community in 2017 and I enjoy being around children during Breakfast and After School Clubs. I love to listen to their funny little stories they tell me each day. I get great satisfaction on seeing the children enjoy their time during these clubs.