Here is a list of our current staff structure and their roles and responsibilities. Please click on the links below to find out more.
- Mrs N Mayo – Headteacher
- Mr P Ruddick -Deputy Headteacher and Year 5 teacher
- Mrs D Thompson – Year 1 teacher / KS1 Lead / Computing Lead / Phonics Lead
- Mrs N McHugh – Reception teacher / EYFS Lead / Behaviour Lead / Art and DT Lead
- Mrs T Hill – Nursery teacher / Science Lead / SENCO
- Miss S Mann – Year 6 teacher / English Lead
- Miss K Peel – Year 2 teacher / Maths, History and RE Lead.
- Miss M Bell – Year 4 teacher / PE Lead
- Miss A Eaglesham – Year 3 teacher
- Mrs A Ryall – HLTA
- Mrs L Merritt -Nursery
- Miss J Bell – Nursery
- Mrs J Bradbury – Reception
- Mrs L Carr – KS1
- Ms S Stewart – KS1
- Mrs H Hartwell – KS2
- Mrs C Lee – KS2
- Mrs B Beeston – KS2
- Mrs M Hammond – KS2
- Miss C Harrison – KS2 support
- Mrs E Britton – Office Manager
- Mrs C Winship – Office Assistant
- Miss K McLinden – Catering Manager
- Mrs K Richardson – Catering Assistant
- Mrs C Walton – Lunchtime Supervisor – Breakfast Club
- Mrs K Johnston – Lunchtime Supervisor – Breakfast Club
- Miss J Bell – Lunchtime Supervisor
- Mrs L Davison – Housekeeping
- Mrs J Little – Housekeeping / Lunchtime Supervisor
- Mrs C Petty – Housekeeping
- Mr G Quin – Site Manager
In accordance with the Academies Financial Handbook the Trust must publish separate information relating to the number of employees whose benefits exceed 100k. In the financial year 2020/21 there was 1 employee within the Trust whose benefits exceeded 100k.
Gender Pay Gap
Tudhoe Learning Trust is proud to be a diverse and equitable working and learning environment creating opportunity for all. We have a range of policies and procedures that underpin our culture of practice that ensures no individual or group is disadvantaged whether they work for us, learn with us or visit us.
Organisations employing more than 250 people are required by law to publish their gender pay gap. Gender pay gap is the difference between average male hourly rate of pay and average female hourly rates of pay shown as a percentage. The Trust does not currently employ more than 250 staff and as such we are not required to report on this element at this time.
However, we do have a formal pay structure for teaching and non-teaching staff. We do not pay bonuses or benefits in kind. We are confident that men and women are paid fairly and equally for equivalent work. For more information about our gender pay gap please contact us on email@example.com
Trade Union Representatives.
South Hetton Primary is obligated to report certain information about Trade Union Representatives and their activity within the Trade Union (Facility Time Publication Requirements) Regulations 2017, which took effect from 1 April 2017. These regulations were laid following the enactment of the Trade Union Act 2016.
We are required to report and publish information about:
- the number of trade union representatives in our organisation
- the time and percentage of hours spent on paid TU activity
- the amount spent on TU activity
- the percentage of paid time spent on TU activities
South Hetton maintains supportive and inclusive working environment within which employees are able to be part of a Trade Union and to take part in its activities if they wish.
School currently employs no trade union representatives. Therefore, the percentage of time spent on trade union activity equates to 0.00% in terms of the total pay bill cost.
The Trust currently employs 2 trade union representatives and during the academic year 2020-2021, one employee spent 6.5 hours (paid leave) on trade union activity at a total cost of £108.36. The percentage of time spent on trade union activity equates to 0.00% in terms of the total pay bill cost