Charlotte is the Deputy Head at The Academy of Cuxton Schools. She has worked at Cuxton Junior School since she graduated from Canterbury Christchurch University in 2009. Throughout her time at Cuxton, she has been lucky enough to have worked in all year groups across Key Stage 2, mainly specialising in teaching Years 3 and 4. She has also had some experience in Key Stage 1, working in Year 2, an area she now loves.
As Assessment Lead at The Academy of Cuxton Schools, Charlotte drives this area with determination and rigour. She has a strong understanding of data analysis and how it can influence strategic planning, resulting in her being successful in her application to become an Assessment Associate. She has worked closely with schools across the PFT to support the embedding of a Trust wide assessment system with success. Assessment is also an area in which she is able to support other schools in her role as a SLE.
After her NQT year, she became Maths Subject Leader at Cuxton Junior School; a role that she has always been extremely passionate about. She has led maths across EYFS, KS1 and KS2 for many years now, with outcomes being in on an upward trajectory for the last three years. Her main aim as a Subject Leader is to engender a fascination with the subject and ensure that every child had access to high quality teaching through an enriched Curriculum.
Her passion for leading maths was recognised by both colleagues and parents, when she won the Kent Teacher of the Year award in 2013. She is also a qualified NCETM Trainer and has become a SLE in this particular field. She is very much looking forward to working with her PFT colleagues this year in role of Assessment Associate.