Staff In Year 5

Caroline Moore

Caroline Moore

Teacher (from September 2020)

Caroline Moore was raised in Looe, Cornwall and trained as a teacher at the Dudley College of Education in West Midlands. She graduated in 1977 with a specialism in Art and Design (Ceramics).

Caroline began her teaching career in 1978 at an inner city infant school in Birmingham where she was in charge of music and taught all the age ranges, including Nursery. She went on to become the Deputy Head of a large Junior School in Birmingham before relocating to Suffolk in 1999. She was the Deputy Head of Hollesley Primary School for two and half years and then took some time out to travel, visiting St Lucia, the USA, Greece, France and Spain, but never quite made it to Australia (which was the plan).

Caroline joined Woodbridge Primary School in 2003 and is the KS1 Lead and part of the senior management team.

In her spare time, Caroline enjoys being with her family, reading contemporary fiction, playing the guitar, gardening, and walking her two Golden Cocker Spaniels. (And she still hopes to visit Australia one day!)

Caroline is part of the senior management team, leads KS1 education and is the ICT coordinator.

In her spare time, she enjoys socialising with her friends and family, reading and doing lots of lovely things with her two fabulous girls!

Emma Stokes

Teacher

Emma grew up in Ipswich and attended the University of Suffolk where she gained a BSc (Hons) in Criminology. Following this, Emma had a short career in Youth Work, where she supported young offenders and children in care, before training to become a teacher in 2014.
Emma joined Woodbridge Primary School in January 2018 and teaches in Year 5.
In her spare time, she enjoys socialising with her friends and family, reading and doing lots of lovely things with her two fabulous girls!

Kirsty Brierley

Teaching Assistant

Kirsty moved to Suffolk in 2016 from living in Northumberland with her husband and two children.  She has been a Teaching Assistant at the school since January 2017. Working alongside the P.E Coordinator, Kirsty is committed to helping pupils with their sporting development.
Kirsty has a real passion for sports and for the last 17 years has been both teaching and competing in karate around the world, winning numerous World and European Titles.  She is also an avid rugby fan and has played for 2 seasons with the Woodbridge Women’s rugby team, The Amazon’s.

Kirsty loves spending time travelling with her family and taking part in adrenaline sports and adventure activities! In 2019, Kirsty completed a skydive with Mr Krisson to raise money for new screens for the school.

Recently, Kirsty has completed her Level 3 Diploma in ‘Specialist Support for Teaching and Learning in Schools’ at the New Suffolk College and is keen to further her skills in primary education.
Her favourite quote is:
‘Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you doing or learning to do’.
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