Our staff team treat our students with respect and work hard to make sure they receive the best learning experience possible.
Mr I James - As a former PE teacher for over 20 years, I am passionate about sport particularly football, cricket and rugby. I am a Nottingham Forest supporter and have been waiting a long time for my team to return to the Premier League! I have three daughters and a dog; a Cavachon named Taco!
I joined St Bartholomew’s in September 2019 having been a senior leader at Stourport High School and Severn Academies Educational Trust. I love everything about our school, especially our brilliant children and staff, and we are all working together to make the school even better. Our new curriculum and plans for the future are very exciting and, collectively, we are working hard to ensure every child gets the best possible education and a wide variety of fantastic learning experiences and opportunities. Check out our monthly newsletter and website to see our developments and watch us grow!
Mr M Goodall - I've been working at St Bartholomew's for 9 years but my relationship with this amazing school actually started whilst I was finishing my degree 11 years ago, when I came to work here as a supply teacher. My career took me to another couple of schools before coming back to St. Bartholomew's as a Reception class teacher in 2012. I absolutely love working here and have enjoyed teaching children of all age groups. I especially love opportunities to bring learning to life and giving children memorable experiences, whether that is by going on a trip to Harry Potter Studios and learning what it would be like to be a witch or a wizard, going on a Minpin hunt at Forest School or dressing up as a superhero when I'm teaching about the adventures of Traction Man. Talking of superheroes, something that everyone needs to know about me is that I absolutely love superheroes, especially Batman. Much to Mrs Goodall's annoyance my house is full of Batman Lego. I also love keeping fit and playing lots of sport, from football to competing in Tough Mudders and Wolf Runs. My favourite football team is Aston Villa and I enjoy being able to watch them whenever I can. I've also been able to do lots of travelling, from watching Borussia Dortmund to cycling over the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. I have a beautiful, young daughter who loves to chase me around and a pet tortoise called Flash who likes to visit classes in school.
Kirsti Goodall Upper KS2
Laura Graham KS1
I have worked at St Bartholomew's for over 11 years and I am the Key Stage 1 Lead and currently the year 1 teacher. The cupboards and bookshelves in my room are bursting with books! I love stories and reading and plan in as many interesting event days for my class as I can, linked with our topic books. Including things like superhero days, explorer events and a Polar express day.
Mike Goodall Foundation Stage
Holly Rees (HRees@sbp.saet.co.uk)
Nic Furnival (NFurnival@sbp.saet.co.uk)
Holly Rees (HRees@sbp.saet.co.uk)
Nic Street (NStreet@sbp.saet.co.uk)
Laura Graham (LGraham@sbp.saet.co.uk)
Mike Goodall (MGoodall@sbp.saet.co.uk)
Owen Jarman (OJarman@sbp.saet.co.uk)
Becca Jager-Jones (BJagerjones@sbp.saet.co.uk)
Jess Hamilton (JHamilton@sbp.saet.co.uk)
Kirsti Goodall (KGoodall@sbp.saet.co.uk)
Annabelle Perry (APerry@sbp.saet.co.uk)
Molly Stott (MStott@sbp.saet.co.uk)
Helen Watkins (HWatkins@sbp.saet.co.uk)
Jessica Watts (JWatts@sbp.saet.co.uk)
Tom Harris (TA and PE Support)
Steph Johnson - Attendance & Family Welfare Officer / School Admissions & Nursery Administrator/ Senior First Aider
Donna Waterall - Education Support Officer for Vulnerable Children / DDSL / HR
Ihesha Hartland - Receptionist / Administrator
Tracey Brighton - Receptionist