Hedgehog Class teacher - Miss E Morgan
I began my journey at Stadhampton Primary school in 2021 as a PGCE student. When a teaching position became available, I jumped at the chance to apply, and I am now in my third-year teaching at Stadhampton and couldn’t see myself anywhere else! I am proud to be part of such an amazing and supportive team.
I have represented Great Britain in the world of rowing and have also been lucky enough to perform Oliver on the West End at Drury Lane theatre, both are my proudest achievements alongside becoming a teacher.
When not at school, I enjoy spending time with my friends and watching sports (especially formula 1!).
Dragonfly Class Support Assistant - Mrs T Godall
Born and raised in Spain, I have had a passion for languages from a very early age and graduated from the University of Barcelona with a degree in English and a teacher-training qualification to teach English at Spanish secondary-school level.
I was delighted to join Stadhampton Primary School in 2018, with its wonderful children and nurturing members of staff, after having worked in the translation sector for many years and having taught Spanish both privately and for the county council.
I enjoy reading, going to the cinema and the theatre, relaxing with my embroidery, cooking and spending time with my family and friends. I absolutely love the outdoors and I walk, run or cycle most days; I have also hiked up Ben Nevis and Scafell Pike and have cycled the length of Devon and even to Holland! I find visiting new places, getting immersed in different cultures and learning about what the world and its people have to offer truly exhilarating.