Ms Sykes is the Head Teacher. She has been at Bathford School FOREVER! She loves working at our school and often jokes that she has a bed in the cupboard. In her spare time Ms Sykes enjoys exercising, walking her dogs and travelling.
Mrs Hayter is Deputy Head Teacher, she teaches Year 6 and thinks the children at Bathford are lovely! She has lived in France and Luxembourg and likes to share her experiences of travel with her class. Mrs Hayter studied English and French at University and enjoys reading as well as learning new languages. She is currently trying to learn Italian!
Mrs Sarah Casey is our amazing Year 5 teacher.
Dr Emmett is teaching Year 4. Her class say ‘she is always kind and helpful’ and she plans amazing activities. In her spare time, Dr Emmett also works with the local Brownies.
Miss Lynnette Baily is our super teacher in Year 3.
Miss Sturges is our wonderful Class Two teacher and subject leader for PE. She has so many interests and talents, including dance and rugby. She always brings the learning alive to the children and goes the extra mile!
Mrs Hinde teaches Year 1 with Mrs Davison. She has taught many other year groups as well and is an expert on all things ecological. She works brilliantly with our school councillors to help the school save energy and is the subject leader for Science. Away from school, she can often be seen on her tandem bicycle!
Mrs Davison teaches Year 1 for half the week. She also teaches in Year 4 on Tuesday afternoon and does some small group work on Monday afternoon. She is subject leader for RE (Religious Education) and Music. She is an amazing musician and can speak French. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking – especially baking- and playing, singing or listening to music. She is also an active member of the All Saints Weston worship team and regularly takes part in services.
Miss Freeman teaches Reception class during the second half of the week. She has a wealth of Early Years experience and is always calm, friendly and positive. She absolutely loves working with the youngest children in the school.
Mrs McMullen teaches Reception Class during the first half of the week. She is creative and a very talented artist and her class always produce the most amazing drawings, painting and collages.
Mrs Tucker teaches Year 5 one afternoon a week and she also does a lot of small group work with children in Key Stage 2. She has worked in many different year groups across the school and enjoys all ages. She is an expert at art and DT, especially cooking, and she loves creative projects.
Mrs Rachel Morcom teaches a day in Year 6 so Mrs Hayter can do her Deputy Headteacher work. She also does half a day in Year 3. She has 3 children and is also a Governor at St Stephen’s Primary, who we work with as part of the East Bath Learning Partnership.
Mrs Thornton is our school SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator). She has worked with all the year groups in the school and knows the children very well. She works with Class 2 on a Friday afternoon. She is a science expert and loves to go pond dipping with her classes.
Our amazing office staff
Marina Raybould is key to the success of the school’s office. She is tremendously efficient and organised and is often the first face that parents and visitors see when they visit the school.
Louise Gauntlett is school’s finance officer and it’s her job to make sure that nobody spends too much and she balances the books.
Omnia Metwally is also a school secretary and you’ll generally find her happy, smiling face in the office towards the end of the week. Omnia is also clerk to the governors.