All change at Carnforth Community Primary School as new head is poised to take over
While coronavirus has made the last few months very strange for us all, there has been plenty going on over the last 12 months at Carnforth Community Primary School.
As well as rewiring and smart internal decoration, there has also been a name change, new signs and a new headteacher.
Sarah Hudd will join the team from April 1 at an exciting time for the school. Mrs Hudd has taught in the local area for 20 years and has lots of experience in Early Years, Special Educational Needs and parental involvement.
She has been a headteacher for the last four years. As a mum of three grown-up children, Mrs Hudd knows first-hand the importance of families being involved with school and the school being part of its community.
Carnforth Community Primary School has always been a successful school and has so much to offer. Plans are afoot to continue this and make it even better.
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There are plenty of ideas for toddler groups, pre-school sessions and lots of family learning to further establish Carnforth Community Primary School, North Road as the community school in the town.
Staff, governors, parents and pupils are looking forward to this exciting new chapter in the life of the school but would like to say a big thank you to Adrian Ibison, who is retiring at the end of March and moving on to ventures new.
They are very grateful for his 10 years of loyal service and thank him for the many initiatives he has driven forward. They will miss his calm, child centred approach to leading the school throughout this time. Staff, governors, parents and of course the children wish him well.
Get in touch with Mrs Hudd at school, or by telephone on 01524 732435, if you have any ideas to offer or questions to ask.