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Our Staff 

Leadership Team

David Allen


Joan Comer

Deputy Headteacher 

Charlotte Brown

Assistant Headteacher


Gemma Nash

SENCo,  Acting Assistant Headteacher

Martin Broadbridge Public Services, Co ordinator of Sport Active Leisure, Leader of Enrichment

Jane Malpas

Maths Co ordinator

Joanne Coulson Maths Teacher and Learning Assistant

Rebecca Kinsella (supply)

English Teacher

Karole Lange

Art Co ordinator, Arts Mark Leader

Gina Trotman

Science Co ordinator and Rewards

Steviemarie Abraham

Food Tech Teacher  

Ashley Tripp  Science and Geography Co ordinator and  Ethics, Values Health & Wellbeing Co ordinator

Angela Smith

Hair and Beauty Co ordinator

Jane Heagren

D&T and Construction Co ordinator

Matthew Slater

History and Business Co ordinator

Teresa Wallace

Senior Pastoral Leader

Lauren Brown

Pastoral Leader

Emilija Juseviciute Pastoral Leader

Lisa Moir

Teaching and Learning Assistant
Magda Dziedzic Inclusion Leader (Woollam Site)
Layla Fields Inclusion Support Worker (Woollam Site)

School Intervention & Support Worker Team

Fiona Haynes

School Intervention & Support Manager

Sarah Young Senior School Intervention & Support Worker

John Moynihan

School Intervention & Support Worker

Diane Brown

School Intervention & Support Worker

Annabel Daniell

School Intervention & Support Worker

Vivien Alderman School Intervention & Support Worker
Anna Ryan School Intervention & Support Worker
Charlotte Hamilton Early Years Support Worker (DSPL7)
Clare Tominey-Smith Family Support Worker (DSPL7)


Janet Butterworth

PA to Headteacher (HR & Recruitment)

Sarah Porritt

Admin Assistant: Attendance and Cover

Maxine Glasscoe

Admin Assistant: Co ordinator Work Experience

Geraldine Rath

Receptionist: Hixberry


Finance & Business/Premises/ICT

Rosie Marwaha School Business Manager
Katie Lane Finance Assistant

Peter Loader

Premises Manager

  • Headteachers Welcome

    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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