Mr Redfearn - Headteacher
Mrs Gorman has been working at Kniveton School for twelve years and currently teaches Class 2 3 days a week, with Miss Robson teaching Class 2 on Thursdays and Fridays.
She enjoys teaching all subjects but particularly loves Maths and playing around with numbers. This is her area of responsibility within school, with PSHE. She is also the teacher representative on the Governing Body.
Mrs. Gill Gorman
Mrs Fletcher is a newly qualified teacher and is currently teaching Class 2 two and a half days a week. She has previously worked as a teaching assistant both at Kniveton Primary and other schools.
She enjoys teaching all subjects, but particularly loves science. She is also very passionate about PE and physical activity and believes that a healthy body sustains a healthy mind.
She is looking into becoming a Forest School practitioner and introducing Forest School to Kniveton Primary.
In her spare time Mrs Fletcher enjoys cooking and reading, as well as keeping her and her family active!
Miss Laura Firth
Miss Firth lives in Ashbourne with her partner. She has a BA (Hons) Childhood Studies degree and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education which she achieved with merit. She has been teaching for 7 years and has experience as an Early Years Coordinator and has also taught Years 1 and 2. Her favourite subject to teach is Science. Miss Firth’s hobbies are gardening and reading. She also has a love for animals owning two rabbits, one of which is a house rabbit and two guinea pigs. She currently holds responsibility for science within the school.
Mrs Raine has been working at Kniveton Primary School for
three and a half years. She teaches two days a week in Class 1 with Miss Firth on a Monday and Tuesday.
She very much enjoys spending time with her family and going
for walks with her husband and two children Grace and Samuel
and their dog Oscar!
Her area of responsibility within the school is music and PSHE
Jenny Robson has over 7 years of experience in the primary classroom, having chosen to join the teaching profession as a second career. Prior to teaching, Jenny worked in Public Relations for a London based agency specialising in technology companies. With a 2:1 degree in English and French, Jenny taught in Corsica for a term as part of her teacher training, resulting in her specialist qualification in PGCE Primary with French. Jenny teaches Class 2 at Kniveton as well as French to Class 3. In her free time, Jenny loves spending time with her three boys and enjoying the great outdoors, cycling and reading.