Meet our Fab Staff!

Mrs S. Bradford


Mrs Bradford is our head teacher and is an excellent supply teacher when a teacher’s away.  She is really fun and exciting, she makes decisions and organises some of the events in school.  She also organises our Special Achievers assemblies to show that some people have worked a bit harder than others.  Mrs Bradford loves fish fingers and crosswords, and enjoys spending time with her son George and learning about dinosaurs with him.

Mrs C. Davies

Assistant Headteacher

Mrs Davies is one of the best teachers in the school, and she teaches Reception and Year 1.  She started working here in 2006 in Year 2 and has taught every year group at some time.  She has 2 favourite bands which are “Take That” and James; she also loves photography.  She has two boys called Eddie and Ralph.

Mrs C. Campbell

Assistant Headteacher

Mrs Campbell works with the Year 5s and 6s.  She is very kind and fun to be with.  Her favourite subjects are PE and science.  She makes an effort to plan everything for us to make us happy.  She dresses nicely, too.

Class Teachers

Miss L. Page


Miss Page is a very nice teacher. She has taught loads of children from Reception to Year 6 and is very funny.  She has 3 sons of her own and likes to keep fit by doing workouts. She enjoys football and runs our football club.

Miss S. Vale

Woodpeckers (on maternity leave)

Miss Vale used to come to Roydon Primary School when she was young and now she has come back to teach us what she learned!  She is a very nice and wonderful teacher and it is fun being in her class.  She is a really good artist and made a spitfire for a classroom display about World War 2.  When she is not at school she likes camping and kayaking, and taking her dogs for walks.

Miss T. Willer


Miss Willer is an excellent teacher who is really nice and spends all her time with Woodpeckers.  Sometimes she works with children from Hedgehogs, too.  She always wears nice necklaces, jewellery and glasses.  Doing P.E. with Miss Willer is lots of fun when we run about and practise skills.  Sometimes she lets us play, but only if we work hard.  Miss Willer does ocarina club and runs our choir, that sings in concerts around Diss and Roydon.

Mrs L. Collis


Mrs Collis helps us with our reading, she helps us learn and encourages us.  She is brilliant at maths and knows everything!  She has worked with lots of different classes and is very helpful to everyone in school.  She likes taking her dog for walks, even in the rain, and she is in a quiz team that knows a lot and wins lots of quizzes.

Miss H. Bates

Badgers (on maternity leave)

Miss Bates is a lovely teacher and makes our lessons very exciting and fun.  She has long blond hair and blue eyes.  Her favourite colour is blue, and she loves spending time with her family and walking her dogs.  Her favourite author is Roald Dahl and she thinks his best book is Matilda.

Mrs K. Walsh

Foxes (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday)

Mrs Walsh is a really fun and kind teacher, and her favourite subject is science.  She has a dog called Cheddar and he loves cheese and crackers.  Mrs Walsh has three children called Dylan, Megan and Sam.  Her favourite colour is green and her favourite foods are spaghetti, strawberries and Maltesers.  She also likes the band Coldplay.

Mrs S. Drury

Dragonflies (Monday, Thursday and Friday)

Mrs Drury is very happy and lively.  She likes art, drawing and painting.  In her spare time when she is not at school she likes gardening, music and baking yummy things.  She loves pets even though she doesn’t have any of her own.  She really wants a dog, but Mr Drury is going to need persuading!

Miss C. Birkinshaw

Dragonflies (Tuesday and Wednesday) and Foxes (Thursday and Friday)

Miss Birkinshaw is the best teacher in the world and she likes teaching English and art because she is good at it.  She has a daughter called Amelie and they do arts and crafts and cooking together.  She enjoys taking her dog Peppa for walks.  Miss Birkinshaw loves going on holiday to Italy, and talking to her friends and family on the phone.  She always wears lovely, pretty dresses and she is FANTASTIC!

Miss D. Baker


Miss Baker is really excited to be Rabbits class teacher and she has loads of really good ideas to help them learn.  She is really good at art so she gets on well with Ms Holden.  When she is not at school she does lots of things with her three sons and she has a wet suit so she can go body boarding.  She plays bowls because her mum and dad played for England, but she isn’t very good at it.

Mrs S. Whatling

Kingfishers (Monday and Tuesday) and Otters (Thursday and Friday)

Mrs Whatling used to be one pf our Higher Level Teaching Assistants, but now she is a qualified teacher. She has 2 lovely children herself. She teaches all sorts of lessons, but her strength is ICT.  She also loves drawing.  She has worked throughout the school but now she mainly works in the juniors – she is going to be an amazing teacher!

Mrs A. Bennett

Otters (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday)

Mrs Bennett teaches Year 5s and 6s in Otters as she likes working with them.  She likes playing the piano, making arts and crafts and going to the cinema to watch films.  She is a lovely teacher and she makes everyone laugh and giggle and the children really like her.

Miss J. Leftley

Kingfishers (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday)

Miss Leftley is a fantastic mathematician and can answer really hard questions.  One of her greatest hobbies is playing the piano in assembly, but she also teaches us all of the songs for school plays and Busking Day.  Also, she is a Norwich supporter and she likes to have things in her room coloured yellow and green.  Miss Leftley drives our minibus and often takes us to sports fixtures.

Higher Level Teaching Assistants

Mrs A. Jilley

Mrs Jilley is ever so good at teaching us and she can count to really big numbers.  She is kind and she loves us all.  She always looks really pretty and she is very brilliant at probably just about everything.  When she is not at school she runs around after her own children.  She relaxes by doing yoga and she is studying for a qualification in children’s mental health.

Mrs D. Broadley

We all love Mrs Broadbean because she is really funny and makes everyone laugh.  She is very clever and is super smart in maths, and she is an expert at helping us understand tricky things.  You can often see Mrs Broadbean walking her two dogs round Roydon.

Mrs S. Sillett

Mrs Sillett is a very kind and helpful HLTA. She likes art and DT, and teaching P.E. When she is at home, she likes to make cupcakes and biscuits for her three daughters. She also enjoys having her nails painted and reading books in the garden.

Mrs R. Godbold

Mrs Godbold is a funny and kind HLTA. She is really good at French and she make the lessons fun. She has a daughter, and a son who used to come to our school. At home she loves building things with Lego and she likes going to the gym.

Teaching Assistants


  • Mrs S. Ahmed
  • Miss H. Pryke
  • Mrs N. Wheeler
  • Mrs F. Brown
  • Miss D. Stimpson
  • Miss L. Skulski
  • Ms J. Holden
  • Mrs J. Martin


  • Mrs J. Hines
  • Ms C. Keen
  • Miss J. Dove
  • Mrs Z. Feavearyear
  • Mrs D. Broadley
  • Mrs J. Crawley
  • Mrs M. Rush

Office Staff

  • Mrs A. Plowman
  • Mrs D. Pawsey
  • Mrs S. Dowden


  • Mrs D. Broadley
  • Mrs J. Crawley

Midday Supervisors

  • Mrs J. Hines (Senior Midday Supervisor)
  • Mrs S. Ahmed
  • Miss H. Pryke
  • Mrs J. Stokes
  • Mrs M. Martin
  • Mrs C. O’Dea
  • Miss L. Button
  • Mrs A. Adiguzel
  • Mrs Z. Halil

Premises Staff

  • Mrs J. Stokes
  • Miss N. Oakley
  • Mrs C. O’Dea
  • Mrs Z. Halil

Kitchen Staff

  • Mrs D. Owen
  • Mrs M. Mayes
  • Miss N. Oakley