Learning and teaching are interactive.
It is important that we teach children how to “learn to learn” in order to become independent learners and develop skills for life-long learning.
It must be made explicit to children what they need to do to be successful in their learning and therefore focus on developing independence and resilience to the challenges that they will face in the classroom and more importantly in later life.
Tregolls have an outstanding team of teachers, teaching assistants and support staff who share learning and experiences with partner schools. Collectively, we work with children and their families to make sure that each individual receives the support and encouragement that they need, to be their best.
We encourage a culture of continuous learning for everybody and only invest in the highest possible training and continuous professional development.
If you are a parent/ carer and would like to understand more about what your child is learning, we encourage you to talk to the teachers and attend parents’ evenings. Equally, we would like to learn from you. If you have ideas as to how learning could be more effective for your child, please let us know.
If you are a currently looking for a job at Tregolls School – an Academy, thank you for your interest.
Mr M. Middlemore
Mr A. Watkins (Key Stage 2 Lead)
Mrs C. Hutchinson (Key Stage 1 Lead)
Mrs S. Plechowicz (SENDCo and RE Lead; Part time)
Mrs A. Gibson (Maths and Pupil Premium Lead)
Miss J. Humphries
Year 6: Mr Watkins (Curriculum lead) and Mrs Gibson (Assessment lead)
Year 5: Mrs Scott (Science and Music lead)
Year 4: Miss Whitehouse (Computing lead)
Year 3: Mrs Hatch (PSHE lead)
Year 2/3: Mrs Gibson/Mrs Hutchinson
Year 2: Mrs Warner (Modern Foreign Languages and Most Able pupils lead)
Year 1: Mr Thomas
Year 1: Mrs Grace (English lead)
Reception: Miss Whittle (Early Years and Humanities lead)
Nursery: Mrs Holden (Art and Design lead)
ARB: Mrs Bebb and Miss Edwards (PSHE lead)
PE Lead: Mrs L. Butterly
Site Supervisor: Mr A. Long