Chantal Rozzier grew up in Martlesham and attended Farlingaye High School before undertaking a BA (Hons) degree in Primary Teaching at St Martins College in the Lake District.
After graduation, Chantal took some time out to broaden her skills and managed a small business in Cumbria. Bitten by the travel bug she then spent a year travelling around the world, before arriving back in Suffolk to embark on a career in teaching.
Chantal began her teaching career at Grundisburgh Primary School and has been teaching at Woodbridge Primary since 2010.
Chantal’s specialism is in Literacy and she is part of a small team that introduced and developed a daily phonics teaching method called Phonics O’Clock for all of F2 and KS1.
In her spare time, Chantal enjoys photography, and is occasionally called upon to be the official photographer at weddings! Chantal is also very interested in Art, History of Art and world travel.
Chantal oversees Student Voice and facilitates the activities of the student council
Lizzie Sharpley has worked in the Early Years unit at Woodbridge Primary School since 2010 and finds it a very rewarding. “It is a joy to watch a child develop over the course of a school year and to know that you have been a part of that child’s development.”
Lizzie began her working life in London, which is also where she studied for her National Diploma in Childhood Studies.
Lizzie worked as a Nanny for two lovely families and found herself in the fortunate position of being able to explore the capital and to visit various cities around the world. Lizzie went on to work at St George’s hospital in the post-natal ward, a lovely nursery in Clapham Common and then at Hornsby House School.
Lizzie is married with two children and enjoys spending time with her family (especially the weekends and holidays when routine goes out of the window!) Lizzie also enjoys cooking, visiting her extended family and finding herself anywhere near the sea!
Sally Brayshaw grew up in Leicester before moving to Suffolk. She originally trained as a florist and then moved on to spend 8 years working for a medical company.
Sally has been a bit of a globetrotter, having lived in Holland as well as travelling to Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia and New Zealand. On her travels, Sally qualified as a scuba diver and enjoyed liveaboard diving on the Great Barrier Reef. Sally has also skydived over the Whitsunday islands; she has sailed all over the world, skied and hiked on glaciers.
Somewhere in all of that Sally has also raised two daughters (both of whom attended Woodbridge Primary school). In her spare time, Sally still enjoys scuba diving, going camping and spending time with family and friends.