Administrator – Mrs H Mason-Cook
Hello! I began my Stadhampton Primary journey as a parent when my eldest began Reception. I joined as the School Administrator in 2019. I now have three children attending school here, as well as a two year old. I am also a TA in school, currently based in Ladybird class. Outside of school, I am studying in my final year of a Psychology degree - choosing child psychology and children's studies as my specialism. I am also a volunteer youth worker. Prior to joining school, I worked in a setting as a play worker, and I am hoping to use my degree to train in play therapies and children's counselling.
Aside from working with children and being a mum; I love baking, football, reading and getting muddy on walks/adventures!
Administrator - Mrs L Scragg
I have been involved with Stadhampton School for many years, both as a parent and an employee. In my current role, I work with the rest of the office team to manage the day to day school operations, particularly focusing on ensuring compliance across our Estate and maintaining our Health and Safety systems and processes. As required, I also provide teaching assistant support, train our pupils in hockey, attend forest school and love going on the year 5 and 6 residential! I'm also told I make the best brownies!
School Business Manager – Mrs S Singleton
Prior to joining Stadhampton Primary, I spent 15 years working for a science and engineering consultancy on oil and gas, aviation and telecommunications projects around Europe, China and South East Asia. Following the arrival of my three sons, I retrained to work in education, joining Stadhampton Primary in 2015, firstly providing teaching and learning support to year 5 and 6. I subsequently completed studies in school business management and now work with Ms Charnock and the rest of the Stadhampton team to manage the school budget, premises, human resources, procurement, health and safety and IT planning. I also sit on the Acer Trust Operations Group and work collaboratively with other Trust schools to develop our working practices.