Support Staff

Please see below our support staff for 2016-17.

 

Mrs Diane Crompton

Mrs D Crompton - Business Manager

I have been at St Margaret’s for 4 years. I started as a volunteer receptionist and was then appointed as school administrator. I have since been employed as School Business Manager and have been in this role for 3 years. I am responsible for the management of the schools Finances, Human Resources, Estates Management and the Health and Safety of staff, pupils and school site. I enjoy working with the ‘St Margaret’s family’ and all our wonderful children and staff.  I have had many varied roles over the years ranging from animal nurse to touring theatre administrator! In my spare time I enjoy walking, especially with my dog. I also love to cook and enjoy reading.

Miss Kirsty Dowden

Ms K Dowden - School Administrator

I started working at St Margaret’s as the School Business Administrator in March 2014. Prior to starting here I worked for Oldham Council on the Human Resources team, providing HR and Recruitment support to Oldham Primary Schools. This is where I developed an interest in education, which led me to apply for this role. The leadership team at St Margaret’s have supported me through my Diploma in School Business Management, which I was pleased to pass in April 2016. I am really proud to be part of the St Margaret’s team and the relationships that my role allows me to build with the families of St Margaret’s.  I live locally with my partner and in my spare time enjoy socialising with friends and travelling to new places!

Ms D Bilton

Ms D Bilton - School Clerk

I started volunteering as a clerical assistant at St Margarets one day a week in 2015. This led to part time employment and I now work in the school office 4 days a week. I am responsible for the front of house reception duties and like to think that I am ‘The friendly face of St Margaret’s’! I really enjoy coming to work here and the fact that no two days are ever the same.  I have a 12 year old son whom attends Oasis Academy. When I am not in work I like to spend time with my family.

Mrs Kirsten Webster

Mrs K Webster - Caretaker and Midday Supervisor

I am employed as a Caretaker at St Margaret’s and also a Midday Supervisor. Before working at St Margaret’s I was employed as a Care Worker and have also spent time taking care of my children and family. I have four sons, three of whom are aged 16 and the youngest is aged 12. I can truly say that I love my job at St Margaret’s and look forward to help making some positive changes within the school and to the school grounds. I would like to involve the children and their ideas as much as possible in my work!

Kitchen Staff and Midday Supervisors 2016-17

Please see below our kitchen and midday staff for 2016-17.

Mrs Flint

Mrs Shelia Flint

Coming soon

  Mrs Burgess

Mrs Jackie Burgess

Coming soon

Mrs Robinson  

Mrs Lisa Robinson

Coming soon

Mrs Haslam

Mrs Lesley Haslam

Coming soon

 Mrs Byrne

Mrs C Byrne - Midday Supervisor

Coming soon

Mrs Beard

Mrs D Beard - Midday Supervisor

Coming soon

Mrs Woods

Mrs Jayne Woods

I am employed as a 1:1 Teaching Assistant supporting interventions in Early Years. I originally started at St Margaret’s in 2001 as a Midday Supervisor and then began working as a TA in 2009. I am really proud of the parent/teacher relationships which we have in the Early Years Unit. I find that every day is different and it’s nice to see each child progress.

Mrs Tyre

I have been a Teaching Assistant at St Margarets for 16 years. I have worked under the leadership of three Headteachers. There is a lovely atmosphere here at St Margaret’s and its lovely watching the children grow and flourish.

I am married with two children, who both attended St Margaret’s School!

Mrs Wendy O'Farrell

Mrs O'Farrell

I have been employed at St Margarets for over 10 years supporting SEN children from Reception up to Year 5. I love the challenge of working with children on a 1:1 basis and watching them learn and grow into a valued member of school. I enjoy watching the children change and progress through school life and watching their confidence grow so that they can continue on their journey into secondary school.

I live local to St Margaret’s and am married with a family of my own.