Jenny Arnold joined the Warwickshire primary school, which supports children with social, emotional and mental health difficulties and autism, earlier this year. She began teaching in 2008 and has mainly worked in the primary sector of education.
Becoming a deputy headteacher after five years, Jenny found herself working in a mainstream primary school of 450 pupils which doubled in size during her time there and where she also acted up into the role of Headteacher.
She said: “One part of my role was working closely in supporting looked after and vulnerable children as well as leading safeguarding. Any child with an individualised plan or who were in care, I would work closely with as a Key Worker. I loved working with those children and supporting them.
“I wanted to join Arc School Napton as I knew the role would enable me to support children who also needed that extra help and support, but in a smaller setting. There may be far fewer pupils here at Napton but their needs are the same.
The school is hosting a professionals day giving you the opportunity to come and meet with Jenny and her team to find out more about the bespoke and nurturing offer.
14th September 2022.
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