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Who's who

Come and meet the staff at our school!

Miss L Lennox

I moved to Stroud in 2017, where I now live with my partner and our son.  Before living here, I have always lived in London.  I spent my young twenties living on a narrow boat in East London. I feel at home outdoors, which is why I love camping.  I enjoyed going to exhibitions at galleries and watching plays and ballets at theatres.  My favourite pastime was walking along the river Thames and soaking up the culture of the city. Now I enjoy a quieter life living in the countryside: swimming, walking, cooking, reading and spending time in the woods with my son. We are both keen nature lovers and twitchers! I have always travelled. As a child, we travelled in the UK and the rest of Europe in a motorcaravan.  Now, we get away as often as we can. 

I started my journey in education as a Learning Support Assistant with three children with special education needs.  I enjoyed the job so much that I decided I wanted to go back to education to learn how to be a teacher. I studied at the UEL and then Institute of Education where I qualified as a primary school teacher.  I taught in three schools in London before deciding to move to the Cotswolds.



Mrs K Jarvis

I am really excited to be part of the Siddington Team. I have been a teacher for nearly 15 years and I love how different everyday can be. My favourite subjects to teach are reading and writing and I am really looking forward to sharing books with the Siddington community. I also love being outdoors, and I feel so lucky to be working in a school with such a beautiful outside space. The first week in Owls class has been full of learning adventures and I can't wait to get to know the rest of the school. 



Miss B Smith

I started at Siddington C of E Primary School in September 2021 and teach Key Stage One. I have had lots of experience working with this age group and I love the enthusiasm displayed by these little learners. I feel it is a privilege that I am responsible for educating the future generation; it is very important to me that children develop a thirst for knowledge and enjoy their learning. I gain great satisfaction from teaching motivating lessons that enable children to reach their full potential. In my own time I love exploring the great outdoors especially with my two dogs Millie and Nala. Alongside my creative interest in interior design and up-cycling of furniture, I enjoy travelling as it allows me to explore and experience different cultures. Growing up, I learnt to play the clarinet and piano which contributed to my love of and interest in music. I enjoy listening to a range of genres and take pleasure in watching live music; I enjoy sports activities and exercise regularly. I am very excited to be joining the Siddington team!



Miss M Smith

I am so excited to be joining Siddington C of E Primary School as the new Early years class teacher in September 2020! I began my career working in a Pre-school, first as a Childcare assistant and then as a Key worker for my own group of key children. I left Early years to begin my 3-year Teacher Training degree in 2017 at the University of Gloucestershire. In my spare time I love reading, Yoga, travelling and spending time with my family and friends. I am very keen to meet the new reception children and will ensure they feel comfortable, happy and at home in the classroom. I am also excited to form relationships with all the lovely parents that may or may not be new to the school.



Miss P Jessop

Since I was at primary school myself, I have always wanted to become a teacher! I graduated from Oxford Brookes University as a fully qualified teacher in 2017. Since then, I have created many wonderful and happy teaching memories and I thoroughly enjoy working with children. My favourite subjects to teach are English and Art. When I am not teaching, I love to keep myself active! I enjoy running (I hope that I can make great use of the running track at school with the children), walking, swimming and yoga. I am extremely excited to join Siddington Primary School and look forward to getting to know the staff, children and parents!



Mrs Mason

Since having our three children,  I have worked in education, initially as a pre school assistant, then deputy Manager and then a Teaching Assistant at a private School. In September 2017, I joined the Siddington team in the school office. The Job is very varied and no two days are the same but I enjoy the challenge of the busy school office whilst being surrounded by happy children who thrive in our lovely setting! In my spare time, I enjoy being with my family and friends and like to travel. I am in a walking group and supper club with friends and like listening to music and attending concerts.




Mrs Wills

Having started my career working in London for an Educational Consultants, worked in other industries and had a career break to have my two children, I am now back in an education environment. Working in the office is very varied with no two days the same. I greatly enjoy the variety of working alongside staff and children.

Outside of school, I enjoy spending time with my family and socialising with friends.



Mr Peacock

I started my journey in education listening to readers at Kemble school when my eldest son Zachary was in year 1. I enjoyed the school environment so much I started volunteering more and more of my time before applying to work as a Midday supervisor. I became a TP in Kemble’s year 3/4 class for a year before getting the chance to work with Mrs Parmiter and the year 5/6 class. I enjoyed my time at Kemble immensely. I was then given the chance to move here to Siddington where I was made to feel part of the team immediately, getting to work with Miss Tranter and Mrs Dawson in Eagles class, I’ve had so much fun getting the opportunity to be part of the children’s learning journey,  no two days are ever the same. 
Outside of school, with both my wife and myself along with our four children all playing sports, sport dominates the Peacock household, whether it be watching, playing or talking about it.

Miss Crump

I only joined Siddington Primary School in February 2019 as a teaching partner in reception class after a career change. There was so much to learn but within a short space of time I realised how much I loved working with children and I now work breakfast club, after school club and as a midday supervisor. The children make everyday different and it’s never boring.




Mrs Mawson-Rose 

I joined Siddington in September 2021 for my placement whilst doing a level 2 in supporting teaching and learning in schools course. I am now working full time in Eagles class and as a midday supervisor. I have built up a great relationship with all the children in the school and really enjoy every aspect of helping them develop each day.




 Miss Skok

 I have been working at Siddington Primary school for over seven years. I came here as a parent and I was   volunteering in all classrooms and working as a MDSA shortly after my boys joined the school. 

 Currently I work in After School club and I am a nursery educator in the local nursery as well because I   wanted to expand my education career. 

 I enjoy working here and it is a pleasure to see the children achieving their goals and growing up happily in our lovely village school!