Oldmixon Primary School is now closed. We remain open between 8am-6pm, Monday-Friday, for children who are identified as vulnerable and children whose parents are critical to the COVID-19 response, as defined in government documentation.

Following a rise in COVID-19 cases in Weston-super-Mare and the precautionary closure of local A&E provision, Trustees have decided to delay the wider reopening of ELAN schools to children in Preschool, YR, Y1 and Y6 by one week.

This will be reviewed by trustees on 4th June. Confirmation of specific year group opening dates, times and procedures will be conveyed to parents and carers following this review.

For more information, please follow the link: here

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Mr. Chris Leeson - Teacher - Reception

Mr. Leeson is also the lead for computing, modern foreign languages and pupil premium.

 

I started my teaching career at Oldmixon Primary School in 2013 as an NQT and have been at Oldmixon even since! Since this time, I have experience across EYFS, KS1 and KS2 and this year I’m teaching Reception. I am very passionate about Physical Education and thoroughly enjoyed my role in organising sports days when I was PE coordinator. In 2019, I took up the role of Pupil Premium lead and have continued as Computing Coordinator where I can often be found fixing other members of staff's ICT mishaps. Away from school, I enjoy spending time with my wife Emilia and his dog Poppy but also watching Manchester United or singing along to Coldplay!

Mrs. Laura Clements - Teacher - Year 1

Mrs. Clements is also the lead for phonics and RE.

 

My name is Laura Clements. This is my fourth year at Oldmixon. My passion is working in Early Years and I love teaching early reading and writing.

Miss Abbie Pring - Teacher - Year 2

Miss Pring is also the lead for PE and sports premium

 

My teaching career started after studying a three year Primary Education degree at the University of Winchester. I joined the Oldmixon team as an NQT in 2017 and I’m now in my third year of teaching. After two years of being in Year 3, I have now moved into year 2 and I’m enjoying the challenge of a new key stage. Having a strong passion for sport, I am often organising sports events for the children or even taking part! When not at work, you’re likely to find me at Ashton Gate supporting my favourite team!

Miss Suzanne Kelly - Teacher - Year 3

Miss Kelly is also the lead for art and design, PSHCE and Mind Up.

 

I moved to Weston-Super-Mare in 2018 and have been teaching for four years. I have been travelling and I have taught English in Vietnam. I have also taught in both KS1 and KS2 whilst being at Oldmixon School.

Mrs. Nicky Leggett - Teacher - Year 4

Mrs. Leggett is also the lead for science and curriculum.

 

I arrived at Oldmixon in 2002 as a newly qualified teacher and I never left. The friendly atmosphere and the lovely families that we work with has kept me here so that 17 years later here I am. My passion is for Science and one of the best parts of teaching is sharing this with children and encouraging the next generation of scientists and science-informed citizens.

Miss Holly Miller - Teacher - Year 5

Miss Miller is also the lead for maths, assessment and curriculum.

 

I dreamed of being a teacher from a young age! I studied Education and Psychology at the University of Bath before moving to Bath Spa University for my teacher training. I began my teaching career at Oldmixon in 2015 as an NQT and have taught in year 3 and year 5 since. I have a passion for maths and have been working hard to ensure that every child loves maths and achieves in this subject. When not at work, you’re likely to find me with a football at my feet, eating out or petting cats!

Mrs. Roxanne Simpson - Teacher - Year 6 (also Deputy Headteacher and SENCo)

Mrs. Simpson is also the lead for English and music.

 

I began my teaching career at Oldmixon Primary School in 2012 as an NQT and loved being part of the Oldmixon family so much that I stayed! Now in my eighth year of teaching, I have experience working both in KS1 and KS2 but this year returned to teaching Year 6! Passionate about reading, writing and music, I can be found frequently reading poems to my class or enthusiastically singing to and with the school. This year, I have taken on the role of school SENCO, I’m working hard to support and develop our provision and support for our children who have special educational needs. 

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