I began working at Oakfield Community Primary school in 2003 and have been lucky enough to teach in every year group across the school. In 2016 I was given the opportunity to move to Temple Hill Primary Academy. I can currently be found teaching the amazing Daffodil Class. I absolutely love working in Early Years and enjoy watching the children develop in to confident and independent learners.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family.
I consider myself to be a positive and out going person, who has taught across all year groups, since arriving in London, from sunny South Africa in 2005. I have been married for 10 years to my soulmate and have two beautiful children who are 4 and 7 years old. I enjoy keeping both my mind and body healthy by exercising during the week and when I find spare time to sit down and read, books which help me reflect on my parenting and teaching, are of great interest to me.
I am thrilled to be a new addition to the Temple Hill team this year. You can find me teaching Daisy Class, I love working in the Early Years and helping children to begin their schooling, whilst being creative and learning through play.
In my spare time I enjoy going to the cinema and to the park to play football with my three sons.
I'm Miss Lawes and I absolutely love my role here at Temple Hill Primary Academy. I strive to improve outcomes for all children and to develop them into life long learners. I would describe myself as positive, dedicated and always looking for new challenges. Outside of school, you will find me walking my dog or planning my next adventure (somewhere hot and sunny).
Hello! My name is Miss Warner. I was lucky enough to begin teaching at Temple Hill in September 2017 and I teach Year 1 - Tom Daley class. I love being a part of Temple Hill school and am thoroughly enjoying being a part of the Year 1 team. I love spending time at home watching films and documentaries. When I am not watching TV or drinking tea, you can find me doing my passion - Dance! I love dancing and keeping active.
I am incredibly excited to be starting my first year of teaching here at Temple Hill! You can find me in Year 2 in the brilliant and lively Oliver Jeffers class. My favourite thing about teaching is that no two days are ever the same and that always keeps me on my toes! Outside of school, I love spending time with my wonderful friends and family, seeing shows in London and watching movies.
My name is Rosie Sewell. I attended Temple Hill when I was little and it is an absolute privilege to be back. It has always been a dream of mine to work here! I will entering my teacher training year with School Direct and will be working with the fantastic year one's! I have an amazing team around and am looking forward to an outstanding year! When I am not in school, I love spending time with my wonderful friends and family.
I am extremely excited and delighted to have joined Temple Hill Primary Academy. I am very lucky to be with the super sprightly Jill Murphy, Yr 1 class! It is a privilege to be in a profession where we are able to see children grow and prosper as well as see them teach us a thing or two! In my spare time, I love to play hockey and spend time with my fabulous friends and family.
I'm excited to be joining the Temple Hill team this year! I will be working with year 5 and look forward to getting to know my students and encouraging a love of learning. Outside of teaching I enjoy swimming, cooking, reading and spending time with my friends and family.
I'm Laura Bates and I have joined the Year 3 team this year!
As well as working in class I have a new role this year which involves me supporting and organising the provision for the trainee teachers and those teachers in their NQT year.
Throughout my years as a teacher I have enjoyed teaching across Key Stage 2 as well as spending two years teaching abroad in Dubai.
Outside of school I particularly enjoy playing netball and I am a member of a team playing in the Medway Netball League. I also enjoy going to the gym. I have been lucky to have ventured to many countries around the world and I hope to inspire children to see the world!
My name is Megan Ellis and this will be my second year at Temple Hill teaching Year 5. My goal as a teacher is to help young people strive to be the best versions of themselves. I have a strong passion for the arts and have gained a degree in Illustration and Visual Media. I hope to share my enthusiasm and love of the subject with my new class. Outside of school, I enjoy reading, drawing, walking my dogs and watching movies.
My name is Iroro Akpobaro and I’ve recently joined Temple Hill in 2018 as a Year 5 Teacher. With over 5 years experience in Education; an MA, PGCE and Bacholers degree in Journalism; I am thrilled to be part of such a great school.
I can’t wait to show and share my experience with our wonderful children. In my spare time I enjoy reading & writing, travelling, cooking, yoga and enhancing my radio skills.
I have been working at Temple Hill since September 2012. I am currently studying for a degree in Childhood and Youth Studies. Once I complete my degree, I hope to train to become a Teacher and have a class of my own! In my spare time I enjoy playing football, going to the gym and spending time with my friends.
My name is Mrs Howe and I joined Temple Hill in 2013 as Literacy Leader. Literacy is my passion, and I love being able to share my enthusiasm for the subject with the children here. I have been lucky enough to work at both Oakfield and Temple Hill and cannot wait to see what the future holds for our fantastic federation! When not at school you will most likely find me spending time with friends and family or curled up reading a good book.
I'm a returnee to Temple Hill and am so excited to be back! After working here for 3 years, I spent a year in Zambia as a teacher mentor in community schools. I loved it there and had some amazing experiences, which I'm excited to share with my new class back at Temple Hill. I love teaching the whole curriculum, but maths and computing are the ones I like best. In addition to travelling, my favourite things to do are reading, listening to podcasts or music and going to the beach (I love being by the water). The things that always put a smile on my face are elephants, flip flops and Skittles!
I feel very lucky to be joining Temple Hill this year. You can find me in Year 3 teaching Jane Perkins class. My previous teaching experience is in the special needs sector and I am looking forward to a new challenge. Outside of teaching I enjoy travelling, going to the cinema and watching live music.
Outdoor Learning Leader & SENCO
After completing my teacher training at Temple Hill in 2013, I then spent 2 years at our partner school Oakfield teaching Year 2. I am now back at Temple Hill for a very exciting opportunity - to launch our Outdoor Learning curriculum. The outdoor classroom is a bus and you will find us using both the school grounds and local area to promote a love of learning.