Teaching Assistants

  • Mrs Austin-Smith

    Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA)

  • Mrs Ali

    Teaching Assistant

    Hello All,

    I'm Mrs Ali and I've been at St. Clement's for a number of years. I have worked in all key stages but love EYFS. (Probably because I'm small like the little people as I call them!)

    When I get time I enjoy baking, cooking and gardening and often bake cakes for the school.

  • Mrs Bi

    Teaching Assistant

    Hello everyone, I am a SEN teaching assistant at St. Clement's. I started my role in March 2016 working in Reception. I am really enjoying myself, supporting the teachers and pupils on a daily basis. I love my group activities and interventions as it’s a privilege working with some fantastic pupils. The staff at St. Clement's are amazing and very supportive.

    In my spare time I love arts, watching movies and eating out. I try hard to keep fit but get distracted easily by chocolates and cakes. I am a mother of two beautiful girls, who always keep me on my toes.

  • Miss Bennett

    Teaching Assistant

    Miss Bennett joined the St Clement's family in January 2019 and works mainly in Year One. She is also our attendance lead.

  • Miss Turek

    Teaching assistant

    Miss Turek joined our St Clement's family in January 2019. She was based in Year 2 helping to support the children with their SATs. She will be supporting in Key Stage 2 from September 2019.

  • Mrs Akhtar

    Teaching Assistant

    Hello, I love teaching phonics and working with the children to exceed their targets. I am dedicated to the teaching and safeguarding of the school.

  • Miss Khatun

    Teaching Assistant

    Hello. I am a SEN TA predominantly working with key stage 2 children helping them work towards achieving their targets and goals. As part of the school’s SEN team I work closely with our SENCo to ensure that we have the relevant support for our vulnerable children. I work across KS2 supporting children’s learning and helping them achieve their personalised targets. I have been at St Clement’s since 2013 and love the community spirit that surrounds the school, children and their families which is why I became the schools SEN Governor in 2014.