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1 Hixberry Lane
St Albans, Herts
AL4 0TZ

Tel: 01727 836150
Fax: 01727 790530
admin@linksacademy.herts.sch.uk

Our Staff October 2020

Leadership Team

David Allen                      (DAl)

CEO of Links MAT – Head of Links Academy

St Albans

Charlotte Brown              (CBr)

Assistant Headteacher

Mark Fuller                      (MFu)

Assistant Headteacher

Gemma Nash                   (GNa)

Assistant Headteacher and SENCo

Onsite Hixberry

Martin Broadbridge        (MBr)

Teacher of PE

Jane Malpas                    (JMa)

Teacher of Maths

Amelia Thomas               (ATh)

Teacher of Humanities/English

Kim Rana                         (KRa)

Teacher of English

Joanne Coulson               (JCo)

Teacher of Maths/Science/Child Care

Gina Trotman                  (GTr)

Teacher of Science

Magdalena Dziedzic        (MDz)

Teacher

Steviemarie Abraham     (SAb)

Teacher of Food & Hospitality/History

Angela Smith                   (ASm)

Teacher of Hair and Beauty

Jane Heagren                  (JHe)

Teacher of Design and Technology (Resistant Materials) and Construction

Sam Bailey                       (SBa)

Teacher of Business/Geography/Leisure and Tourism

Teresa Wallace               (Twa)

Senior Pastoral Leader

Emilija Juseviciute           (EJu)

Pastoral Leader

Lisa Moir                         (LMo)

Teaching and Learning Assistant

Layla Fields                      (LFi)

Teacher (PGCE)

Administration

Janet Butterworth           (JBu)

PA to CEO of Links MAT – Head of Links Academy St Albans (HR and Recruitment)

Sarah Porritt                    (SPo)

Administrator: Attendance and Cover

Josephine Wheeler         (JWh)

Receptionist/Administrator:  Hixberry

Vilma Ulucay                   (VUl)

Receptionist/Administrator Hixberry

Finance & Business/Premises/ICT

Rosie Marwaha               (RMa)

School Business Manager

Katie Lane                       (KLa)

Finance Assistant

Peter Loader                   (PLo)

Premises Manager

Outreach (Woollam)

Fiona Haynes                   (FHa)

Outreach Manager

Lisa Biggs                         (LBi)

Receptionist/Administrator: Woollam

Sarah Young                    (SYo)

Senior Outreach Worker

Olivia King                       (OKi)

Outreach Worker

Natashia Leader              (NLe)

Outreach Worker (Maternity Leave)

John Moynihan                (JMo)

Outreach Worker

Diane Brown                    (DBr)

Outreach Worker

Vivien Alderman             (VAl)

Outreach Worker

Anna Ryan                       (ARy)

Outreach Worker

Inclusion (Woollam)

Stuart Boatwright            (SBo)

Senior Practitioner

Richard Boxer (RBo)

Healthy Lifestyles Lead

Primary Support Base

Natasha Di Tella              (NDi)

Teacher – Primary Support Base

Jane Jeffs                         (JJe)

PSB Support Worker

Stephanie Williams         (SWi)

PSB Support Worker

Oksana Budrikienye        (OBu)

PSB Support Worker

Supply/Apprentice

Antonio D’emanuele       (ADe)

Teacher of Art

Megan Crawford              (CRa)

Inclusion Teacher

Tim Holgate                       (THo)

Inclusion Teacher

Katarzyna Karewicz          (KKa)

Inclusion Teacher

Ellie Wilding                       (EWi)

Apprentice

Exam Invigilators (Casual)

Catherine Matthews       (CMa)

Exam Invigilator

Karen Winfield                (KWi)

Exam Invigilator

Bernard Gleeson             (BGl)

Exam Invigilator

Barry Clark                      (BCl)

Exam Invigilator

Gareth Wynne                 (GWy)

Exam Invigilator

Beverley Purdue              (BPe)

Exam Invigilator

 

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    The Links Academy serves the needs of primary and secondary schools and their students in the St. Albans and Harpenden districts of Hertfordshire. We do this by offering an alternative to mainstream school for 11-17 year olds at our onsite academy and by our School's Intervention and Support Team who work with staff and students in school. Please see our Admissions Policy for full details.  Our School's Intervention & Support Team go out to schools to work with children whose behaviour is causing concern.  The aim of any intervention is to enable the young person to re-engage with education, build good relationships and have a successful school life.  To this aim we not only work closely with the parents/carers and staff in schools, but also other agencies.

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