I feel incredibly lucky and proud to be the Head Teacher of Hooton Pagnell All Saints Primary School. 

Children, parents, and staff describe our school as "a family" and we pride ourselves on our sense of community and belonging.

Laura Carr

Helen Thorpe

In class 4 we endeavor to prepare children for the challenges of the end of key stage 2 assessments, whilst still maintaining a broad and creative curriculum. We inspire confidence and independence.

Liam Horton

In class 3 we develop children in the transitional stage from key stage 1 into key stage 2. Our main ethos is to develop independent and critical thinkers via creative, stimulating and challenging work. 


Janine Sanderson

Class 2 starts the transition from reception into the bold new world of learning. We work really hard finding the right balance to ensure children are happy, challenged and developing.

Naomi Atherton

Teaching and supporting our youngest children in school is a wonderful role and a daily pleasure. We find the right balance of play and learning to offer reception class the best start.


Dawn Newsome

Being a teaching assistant at Hooton Pagnell means I get to work with many of the children across a wide range of topics. I especially love teaching reading, writing, and SPAG.


Sue Smallwood

In my role as a teaching assistant, I support mainly in Class 4. I also provide the school with additional support in ICT.


Debbie Woolfenden

I have worked as a teacher and a teaching assistant at Hooton Pagnell and I am currently based in Class 3.

My background is in early years but I love working with all children.


Toni Addy

I absolutely love working at Hooton Pagnell and feel lucky to be able to support such fantastic young people. 

I am based in Class 2 at the moment and love taking learning outdoors. 


Andrew Fawcett

I am passionate about nature so I particularly enjoy looking after the outdoor spaces at Hooton Pagnell.





Ginny Vernon

I visit Hooton Pagnell each week to work with the children on a wide range of musical topics and tuition. I love seeing the children's faces light up when they get to hear new sounds.

Ann Froggatt

I have the wonderful position of working within the school office, which means I get to work with teachers, parents, and children across a wide variety of tasks and duties.


Bev Allison

Being the school bursar means I get to keep tight control of the school finances and ensure that we're getting the very best value for money in all of our procurement activity.


Sonja Quinn

Being part of the catering team at Hooton Pagnell. I help to provide your children with delicious, nutritious meals each and every day. Breakfast Club is my favourite part of the day.


Sue Milner

Knowing that each child receives a wide choice of both hot and cold food including dessert is a wonderful feeling. We really set them up for a day of learning.