Your resident Spanish teacher Mrs Taylor would like to say ‘hola’! She is a lover of words in all languages and loves reading and writing. Mrs Taylor is a huge art fan, whether it be planning creative projects, or travelling the world to see famous masterpieces! Mrs Taylor lives with her husband and her bubbly little boy, Beck. Running is a new hobby of hers, and she loves dance and gymnastics. Mrs Taylor sees herself as a bit of an amateur film maker, so get those performing skills polished as it’s only a matter of time before the green screen comes out!
Mrs Bramall is new to school this year and she is very excited to be joining Wath CofE. She loves Literacy, History, Art, DT and planning fun, creative activities. She loves to get lost in a good book and can’t wait to share some of these with you next year. Mrs Bramall loves spending time with her family and has a daughter called Pippa and a son called Hugh. Her favourite hobby is to go for walks in the countryside and explore different places with her family and her dog Ziggy. As an avid baker, Mrs Bramall likes to whip up delicious concoctions so get ready your aprons ready for some bake off action.
Mrs Backhouse has worked at the school for last 5 years working as a teaching assistant, dinner lady and at breakfast club. She has worked in F2, Y2, Y3 and now Y4 working 1-1.
Outside of school she enjoys spending time with her family including her two boys Thomas and Joshua, going to support Barnsley Fc (for her sins!).
She likes reading, taking her black Labrador Bruno for walks and spending time with her friends.
Miss Oscroft has worked in education ever since graduating from her Psychology Degree. She thoroughly enjoys creative subjects, such as Art and Design, as she believes this to be a powerful and creative way for individuals to display their imagination and express themselves. In her spare time, Miss Oscroft loves days out exploring new things and adventuring to new locations. Her favourite place is the Peak District, and in particular she favours environments that are home to water, such as, reservoirs, lakes and streams. Her oldest companion is her King Charles Spaniel, Benji, who loves trips to the park and woods. Benji’s son, Alfie, also keeps Miss Oscroft on her toes with his cheeky and mischievous behaviour. When she isn’t at the gym with her friends (pretending to be into fitness), Miss Oscroft can otherwise be found visiting her family. She looks forward to the next school year with you and what you will all achieve together.