Staffing Roles & Responsibility
The school is led by Robin Warren (Head Teacher) and the Senior Leadership Team comprising Liz Ghamar, Mireille Alwan, Laura Smith (Assistant Head Teachers), Syra Sowe (Assistant Head Teacher & Inclusion Manager) and Irene Mitchell (School Business Manager).
Alongside this structure is the Inclusion Leadership Team, Phase Leadership Team and Curriculum Leadership Team.
We also have a large support staff team including nursery officers, teaching assistants, High Level Teaching Assistants and intervention staff. Then finally, our Admin Team – Lisa, Ilirjana & Lyra – and our Site Team – Giuseppe and Conor – complete the staff group at the school.
Children in our school hold a variety of roles that help them make a contribution to our community. These roles include acting as School Councillors, Sports Leaders, Buddy Readers and members of The Friendship Squad.
Our classes are named after wildlife found on Primrose Hill and Regent’s Park. This was voted on by our children and staff. We are adding to this with our Autistic Resourced Provision – provisionally title The Grove, where all the facilities will be named after trees found locally.
Every child and adult in the community thinks of themselves as a citizen of Primrose Hill School, and every citizen is equally valued and respected; participates in their own and others’ learning; feels safe and protected from harm; and has their voice heard. As citizens of Primrose Hill we recognise our responsibility to be positive role models and to demonstrate through our words and actions that we are proud of ourselves, proud of each other and proud of our school.
The Primrose Hill Roles & Responsibilities
Every class in our school agrees to follow our school responsibilities:
- Be polite, smile and do something to make others happy.
- Learn something new about yourself and someone else.
- Make a contribution to our school.
- Take care of our environment.
In this way, through discussion and considered action, Primrose Hill citizens are encouraged to think for themselves and act for others.