Staff Members & Further Information

Our children are taught by a team of dedicated and experienced staff, who lead the school in a spirit of willingness and co-operation. They work effectively as one team with the needs of each individual child a priority. Ongoing training enables staff to further develop their professional skills and support the School Development Plan.  Every member of staff plays a key role in making Wootton School the special place that it is.
Current Staff Members

Mr Charlie Pitt


Mrs Lina Sheehan

SENCO (Thursday)

Little Gems

Mrs Amanda Winterbourne


Covering maternity leave

Mrs Joe Martin

Teaching Assistant

Mrs Laura Clarke

Teaching Assistant (Monday and Tuesday)

Mrs Donna Wren

Teaching Assistant (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday)


Miss Katie Charles

Teacher (Monday and Tuesday)

Mrs Michaela Hicks

Teacher (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday)

Miss Charlotte Barnard

Teaching Assistant

Mrs Rose Alves

Teaching Assistant


Miss Sam Le Breton

Teacher (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday)

Dr Alex Mirrington

Teacher (Thursday and Friday)

Mrs Janet Scott

Teaching Assistant


Miss Carina Phillips

Acting Deputy Head and Teacher

Mrs Diana McNeil

Teaching Assistant

Ms Adele Frew

Teaching Assistant (Mornings)


Mrs Jackie Uzzell

School Secretary (Mon, Thurs, Fri)

Ms Catherine Porter

Finance Officer (Tues, Wed, Thurs)

Mrs Louise Rowland

Admin Assistant (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday)

After School Care

Mr Sean Barton


Mrs Tracy Waters


The following are comments from our 2019 Ofsted inspection report:
Leadership and governance are effective. Leaders have raised the quality of teaching successfully. As a result, pupils’ achievement is rising.

The curriculum is broad and balanced. It engages pupils well and develops their skills and knowledge effectively.

Pupil’s behaviour is good. Pupils support each other well when playing and learning.

Pupils enjoy a range of opportunities to take on responsibility within the wider life of the school and community. As a result they are well prepared for the next stage of their education.

Teaching is good. Clearly planned sequences of lessons across the curriculum develops pupils’ skills and knowledge well.