Welcome to Westminster Community Primary School
Our staff team is comprised of:
Head Teacher - Ms S Finch (pronouns - she/her)
"I am proud to be the head teacher of Westminster Community Primary School. We work well together to provide a good education for the children and as well as working hard, we work with a sense of enjoyment and fun."
Deputy Head - Miss E Dunn (pronouns - she/her)
After working in law for ten years I realised that my true passion was teaching, as I had been privileged enough to work as a volunteer teaching English as a second language to young children. Following the successful completion of a Masters in Inclusive Education I then completed my PGCE training at Hull University. My first year of teaching was in a Year 1 class in Hull. In September 2015 I was thrilled to be invited to join the wonderful team at Westminster Primary School. I led the EYFS team when I first joined and have been lucky enough to work across all of the Key Stages. In 2018 I was appointed Deputy Head. This year I will be working in years 2 and 5 along with tutoring children in Key Stage 2. I will also be working with the Trust to develop the curriculum within our school. Please do not hesitate to talk to me on the playground or let me know if you need to make an appointment.
SENDCO - Mrs S Davenport (pronouns - she/her)
"Alongside my teaching role, I am also the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator - a role which I greatly enjoy and enables me to work with children and families as well as working with a range of outside agencies."
Reception Class Teacher - Miss E Hall
"I enjoy working with our Reception children and I will always be happy to talk to you about your child and their progress."
Teaching Assisant - Mrs H Davies
"I have been highly trained in the EYFS curriculum and have also completed the Speech and Language courses. I enjoy workign with out Reception children."
Welfare Assistant - Ms J Coombes
"I have been working at Westminster Primary School since 2014, prior to working in Westminster Primary School I worked in the local nursery for 5 years."
Class Teacher - Mrs J Seaward (pronouns - she/her)
"I have worked in Westminster for many years now and have taught all age groups. I am also a teacher Governor within our school."
1:1 Support - Ms Nana
"I am always excited about working with the children and helping them with their learning."
Teaching Assistant - Mrs J Farrall (pronouns - she/her)
"I enjoy working at Westminster and seeing the children make progress. I'm also part of the school PTA and enjoy helping out at the school events."
Class Teacher - Mrs L Taylor (pronouns - she/her)
"I am proud to be part of our school. I have worked in years 2 - 6 during my time at Westminster and enjoy them all for different reasons!"
Teaching Assistant - Mrs C Birt
"I enjoy working at Westminster and like to work with all classes on art projects and different activities as well as supporting learning in class."
Class Teacher - Mrs J Middleton (pronouns - she/her)
"Prior to becoming a teacher, I worked for Cheshire Police as a Community Support Officer. I lead Forest School and Science and I am passionate about enriching learning in the classroom with outdoor experiences. I love working at Westminster."
Teaching Assistant - Miss B Smethurst (pronouns - she/her)
"My name is Miss Smethurst and I am a Teaching Assistant. I started working at Westminster Primary School in May 2016. I thoroughly enjoy working here and the staff and children make every day enjoyable."
Class Teacher - Miss A Smethurst
"I qualified as a teacher in July 2022 and am excited to be working at Westminster Community Primary School. I have previously worked in a different school and worked in all classes from Reception to Year 6."
Class Teacher - Miss H Pierce (pronouns - she/her)
"I love teaching at Westminster Community Primary School and I am excited to be working with Year 6."
Teaching Assistant - Mrs K Spain (pronouns: she/her)
"I enjoy my role as a TA at Westminster; I have worked across KS2 and occasionally within KS1. Every day is different, new challenges are met by both children and adults. The residential trips are a great experience, and I have been privileged to attend with all year groups over the past few years."
Mrs T Phillips (pronouns: she/her)
"During my time here I have been fortunate enough to work with all year groups and gain further professional qualifications. I thoroughly enjoy my two roles as Learning Mentor and Higher Level Teaching Assistant."
Mrs C Rennie (pronouns - she/her)
"I enjoy very much working as a Learning Mentor At Westminster Primary and supporting your children. I also hold the title of Attendance Officer and work closely with families to promote good attendance and punctuality."
Bursar - Ms L Hughes (pronouns - she/her)
“I have worked at Westminster Community Primary School since 2016 and enjoy it very much. Every day is different. My role deals with all aspects of finance and HR as well as many other things, and I enjoy watching the children progress, aspire and achieve”.
Site Maintenance Officer - Mr S Pettigrew
"I love the interaction with the staff here and am proud to work hard to ensure we have a safe and well-maintained site."
Catering Supervisor - Maria Watton
"I love my job - it is a pleasure to come to work each day. I am proud to support the wider school events such as Harvest and Poetry Supper as well as providing healthy school meals each day."
Midday Assistant - Claire
"I love working at Westminster because the children are lovely and very polite and the staff are very friendly. I support the children every day in the dinnerhall and at playtime outside."