Miss V Williams

Miss Williams – Team Morpurgo Teacher/Science Lead/ Assessment Coordinator/ Computing Lead

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Miss Williams

Miss Williams initially joined Stanley Crook Primary as a Teaching Assistant in years 5 and 6 after gaining a Level 3 CACHE Diploma in 1999 and working in similar roles previous to this. She gained her BA (Hons) in Education from Sunderland University in 2007 after studying whilst working and raising her family. Her daughter is a past pupil.

She qualified as a teacher, again through Sunderland University, and is now employed as a teacher in year 5 and 6. She is subject lead for Science and Computing and is Assessment Coordinator.

Her expertise lies in upper Key Stage Two and she has a real passion for preparing children for the next stage of their education.

When Miss Williams isn’t working, she loves walking and spending time with her family.

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