Our Practitioners


Hannah Nelson  hannah-nelson
SLE Designation: PE
Position: Curriculum Leader for Sport
Phase: Secondary
Specialist areas: Hannah has been a Curriculum Leader for over 3 years and strives to maintain an outstanding faculty. She takes pride in being an outstanding practitioner and giving every student opportunities to achieve and enjoy being active.  Along with maximum participation her students have enjoyed great success at county level and beyond.  Hannah can offer support for curriculum planning across all Key stages and raising achievement in key stage 4.   Hannah can also offer support in other areas including behaviour and safety, teaching and learning and enrichment


Natasha Jabbar  natasha-jabbar
Advanced Skills Teacher: Science
Position: Assistant Principal
Phase: Secondary
Specialist areas: Science curriculum and Teaching & Learning

Natasha has experience as a Head of science and an Assistant Principal of Science across two academies.  She has a strong commitment to raising standards in teaching and learning, and her background as an AST of Science provides a platform for modelling best practice in the classroom.  She currently delivers the ‘Improved Teacher Programme’ and the ‘Outstanding Teacher Programme’ and is experienced in delivering a variety of CPD and workshop sessions.



Giselle Hobbs  
Advanced Skills Teacher: English
Position: Assistant Principal
Phase: Primary
Giselle is a Media and English specialist with a strong record of improving achievement on a class, faculty and whole-school basis. Giselle leads on the development of technologies and data to improve teaching & learning and student outcomes. Data is Giselle’s chief strength, and she is well placed to advise on data management strategies and systems, including the use of data by individuals, teams and leaders at all levels to strengthen line management. Giselle is able to mentor and support individual teachers as a mentor or coach, and has experience supporting unqualified, NQT and overseas-trained teachers. A keen reader, Giselle follows national curriculum developments and pedagogical research closely.