Our Teaching Support Staff
Mrs Claire Costine TA Reception, Paediatric First Aider,
This is my fourth year in Reception and I am looking forward to working with our wonderful children. It is very rewarding to help children develop through their first year at school.
Mrs. Nicola Brice Teaching Assistant , Midday Supervisor
I have worked at The Dassett School for over 12 years and have worked with all age groups. I enjoy encouraging children to reach their full potential in all areas of the curriculum. I really like being involved in the end of year production - the 'drama', the props and the scenery.
Mrs Clare McMullen Teaching Assistant
I joined The Dassett school in September 2020 and am really enjoying working with and getting to know all the lovely children and staff here.
I have worked for the Integrated Disability Service (IDS) and the Specialist Teaching Service (STS), for many years as a teaching assistant with children with special educational needs, specialising in Speech and Language disorder.
I am looking forward to helping the children at the school be the best they can be.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, walking, reading and keeping fit.
Miss Charlotte Brooks Teaching Assistant
I have recently joined The Dassett, supporting teaching and learning. In the past, I have taught in nursery and reception classes. At home, my two cats, Monty and Lilly, take up a lot of my spare time! I also enjoy sewing, knitting and gardening when the weather is nice.
Mrs Joley Malby Teaching Assistant
I have just started working at The Dassett Primary School in Year 5. Already the children and staff have made me feel very welcome. I have been working as a Teaching Assistant in a number of schools across Warwickshire for the last six years whilst obtaining my Support In Teaching and Learning Certificates.
I have three children and a dog called Riva. In my spare time I enjoy running and spending time with my family.
Mrs Natalie Hamill Teaching Assistant
I started working at The Dassett C of E Primary School in September 2021 and already I feel welcomed by all the children and staff. I am originally from Belfast in Northern Ireland and moved to Warwickshire with my husband and 2 children, 3 years ago. I originally worked as a project co-ordinator in the aerospace industry. After we moved to England I decided to qualify as a teaching assistant to help children become confident in learning and in themselves.