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Mrs S Gryspeerdt

 

 

Mrs G Dalgleish-Smith - I have been teaching for 10 years, my teaching journey started at Cirencester and has come full circle with my return in 2015. I find teaching rewarding and no two days are ever the same. During my teaching career I have taught at number of schools in and around Gloucestershire and have found this both rewarding and stimulating in developing my own teaching.
 
Mrs P Curtis - I have worked at Cirencester primary school for ten years, and am currently a Teaching Assistant, predominately focussing on one to one support with children across a number of year groups. I am also a midday supervisor working over the lunch time period. The most rewarding part of my role is helping the children gain confidence in their abilities and building their self-esteem, I believe that supporting and praising children leads to more positive and longer term development of them. I have four children, two of which came to Cirencester primary School as did I (many years ago) so I have a long term affiliation with the school. Since working here I have made some great friends, who are all committed to the development of the children within the school.
 

Mrs J Jones - I have worked at Cirencester Primary School for 17 years during which time I have had many roles, starting as Midday Supervisor and Crossing Patrol before progressing to Teaching Assistant 14 years ago. I am also one of the school’s named first aiders. One of my roles within the school is to run Chirpy's Breakfast Club, with a small team of Teaching Assistants.

I am fun and outgoing and often go on residential outings with the school. I'm also well known by the children throughout the school for always participating in fancy dress days. I'm easy to get along with and enjoy a laugh. I believe every child is an individual and I enjoy seeing children's confidence and self-esteem grow as they move through Cirencester Primary School.

Ms Hardy

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