Mrs Sue Patterson is the Head of the Green Leek Federation and Head Teacher of All Saints’ Primary School. She spends 50% of her time at All Saints’ school and works with the governing body to determine the strategic direction of the school through the Learning Improvement Plan. Mrs Patterson is passionate about the special qualities of small schools and the values that underpin learning in our Church of England School. Mrs Patterson leads Literacy throughout the school. Mrs Patterson is the school’s designated person for child protection.
Deputy Head Teacher & Year 6 Teacher
Miss Stella Villiers is the Deputy Head Teacher of Burton Green Primary School and our Year 6 teacher. She is responsible for many aspects of the day to day organisation of our school and is available to parents in the absence of the Head Teacher. Miss Villiers brings a wealth of experience and expertise to her role and leads Science throughout the school.
Miss Villiers is the school’s Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator and works with external agencies to ensure that each child’s needs are met.
Miss Villiers is the school’s designated person for child protection.
Early Years Coordinator & Maple Class Teacher
Miss Sarah Moran is our very experienced, and highly regarded, Early Years Coordinator. She is the class teacher in Maple Class, our mixed age Reception and Year 1 class. She works closely with parents to ensure the smooth induction of children as they enter school.
Cedar Class Teacher
Ms Harriet James is our experienced class teacher in Cedar Class, our mixed Year 2 and Year 3 class. During her first year at Burton Green, Ms James has already enhanced the sports opportunities for the children through her leadership of PE throughout the school.
Damson Class Teacher
Miss Melissa Gaynor is our experienced class teacher in Damson Class, our mixed Year 4 and Year 5 class. She works effectively throughout the school in her role as Mathematics subject leader and ICT subject leader. Miss Gaynor is our e safety coordinator and works with pupil and governor representation of the e safety council.
Year 6 Part-time Teacher
Miss Lucking is our part time teacher who works in Year 6 to allow our Deputy Head to carry out her leadership role. Miss Lucking brings experience to Science and Humanities teaching.
Burton Green employs well qualified and experienced Teaching Assistants (TA). Three out of our four classes have a class based TA who works with all children in focused teaching groups in mathematics and literacy. Our Year 6 class is a single age group class of 15 children. Strengths of the school as a result of TA support include differentiated teaching of phonics, intervention groups to provide additional experiences to some pupils in reading, writing and mathematics, Year group Science in groups of 15 throughout the school.
Some Teaching Assistants are also employed on a 1-1 to support children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
Our Administrative Team
Mrs Eleanor Choudry is the school's administrator and is the first point of access for all administrative matters.
Mrs Helen Hughes is the school’s clerical assistant and manages all aspects of school dinner administration and provides administrative support to our teaching team.
Mid-day supervisory Assistants
The school employs a team of mid-day supervisory assistants, led by Mrs Marion Southam, who are responsible for the care and supervision of the children whilst in the dining hall and when playing outside, at lunchtimes.