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Who's Who

Come and meet the teaching staff at our school!

Michael Doughty

Headteacher

Safeguarding Lead

 

Sam Lambert

Assistant Head

Deputy Safeguarding Lead

Acorns (Nursery & Reception) Class Teacher 

Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 Leader

Assessment lead

 

Caty Elwes

Cherry (Year 1) Class Teacher

 

Emily Taylor

Maple (Year 2) Class Teacher

Subject Leader for Music and R.E

 

Amanda Minogue

Birch (Year 3) Class Teacher

 

Sean Huggett

Willow (Year 4) Class Teacher

Subject Leader for Science and D&T

 

Jed Smith

Pine (Year 5) Class Teacher

Subject Leader for Art, History and Geography

 

Rachael Alcock

Oak (Year 6) class teacher

Subject Leader for Literacy and PSHE

 

Fiona Gomes

Teacher

Subject Leader for Maths 

 

Lissy Nixon

Inclusion Leader and SENCo

Deputy Safeguarding Lead

 

Mary Evans - HILT (Harlow Inspirational Learning Trust) CEO and  Executive Head 

After over 28 years as a Harlow Head Teacher-20 years at Henry Moore-choosing its name and seeing it develop from a field to the school it is now, and previously 7 years at Jerounds Infant School, and more than 40 years in teaching I am now semi-retired and working part-time as CEO and Executive Head at The Harlow Inspirational Learning Trust.

 

As Executive Head I work closely with the Head Teachers at both Henry Moore and Milwards schools setting the ethos, leading the teaching and learning.

It is very exciting and a privilege to be part of supporting children to be the best they can be, and to discover the things that they enjoy and are good at.

Delivering a fun, broad and balanced curriculum has always been a particularly important non-negotiable for me in leading schools. Children must be exposed to many exciting learning experiences in order to have little seeds sown in their minds and to create ambition and high expectations of themselves.

Music and sport are very strong in our two schools, with children having many different opportunities in these areas.

 

As CEO I work with governors and the Finance team in the school ensuring that HILT is compliant with all DfE requirements.

 

Commitment to Harlow

Having been born in Harlow and taking advantage of the many opportunities I had as a child, I am very committed to offering today’s children as many of the same opportunities as I had.

Music was very strong in Harlow when I was young-producing many professional musicians, and I have been very pleased to be able to share my interest, knowledge, and skills with the children.

Both HILT schools have choirs that sing at various events, and musical instrumental tuition on offer to the children.

I am very proud that both HILT schools are members of the Harlow Education Consortium where Harlow Head Teachers and staff meet regularly to work together in different ways for the benefit of Harlow children.

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