Tatworth Primary’s new leadership team welcomes pupils

PUBLISHED: 07:02 16 January 2018

Tatworth Primary School head Tracey Hart with newly promoted  teachers Sarah Hewitson and Ann Webb. Picture: SUBMITTED

Tatworth Primary School head Tracey Hart with newly promoted teachers Sarah Hewitson and Ann Webb. Picture: SUBMITTED

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New head teacher Tracey Hart pledges to continue building on the school’s success and progress

Tatworth Primary School’s new headteacher, Tracey Hart, and her leadership team welcomed back pupils to the spring term.

Ms Hart was deputy headteacher to Stephen Clarke, who has now retired.

The new deputy head is Sarah Hewitson while Ann Webb has also been promoted to become the school’s Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO).

Ms Hart said: “I feel very privileged to be the new headteacher even though I have worked at the school for over three years as deputy and SENCO and co-Head.

“The warm atmosphere and constant drive for improvement at Tatworth make it a very special place.”

Ms Hart also shared, in a recent e-mail to parents, her commitment to continue to build on the school’s success and progress, and reassured parents that she would continue to drive to make improvements to allow every child to achieve and enjoy their education. She expressed her desire that every child should be happy, safe and have access to an enriched and broad curriculum.

In order to form closer links with families Ms Hart is introducing regular drop-in sessions.

* Tatworth Primary is a single form village school.


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