A team of people will be working with you in your child’s education and development. Here are a few faces of those who will be working directly and indirectly to support you and your little one.
Welcome to Sarratt Church of England School. Usually at this time of year, we would be welcoming you all into school for an open morning to help you and your child know a bit more about what to expect in September.
This year, we've had to do things a little differently so instead the team have prepared some information to read and share with your child. This will help you all to prepare for their new, important chapter.
Head of School
Hello, I am Miss Stowe. I am the Reception class teacher at Sarratt Church of England School. I am looking forward to meeting you all and teaching you lots of exciting things.
I love reading lots of different stories and singing songs.
Hello, I am Mrs Lee. I am the Early Years Practitioner in the Reception Class at Sarratt Church of England school. I am excited to see you all and help you to learn lots of new skills.
I love being creative with paints, collage and model making.
In Reception we work as a team. We both teach, make assessments, nurture, encourage independence, develop children's own interests, create a stimulating environment and foster a love of learning.
We both have many years of experience working with children in school and have in fact been very fortunate to work together as a team for many years both here at Sarratt school and in another school in Hertfordshire.
We actively encourage good relationships with children, parents, carers and extended family members. We feel this is an important part of our role and it supports children's transitions and development on their learning journey.
We look forward to meeting you in September ready to start this exciting year.
Mrs Whittaker leads the Early Years and KS1 team in school. She is also the Year 1 class teacher. Mrs Whittaker has been at Sarratt School for 6 years. She is Science curriculum lead and loves to organise events and challenges for the whole school.