Teaching Staff

Leadership Team

Executive Head Teacher, Laura Lund


Mrs Lund has been a teacher since 1993 having studied for a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) as well as a history degree at Canterbury. She has been a Headteacher for over 13 years at three different London schools managing them all on the journey to outstanding provision.  She is a Local Leader of Education and a Professional Partner working to drive school improvement and support new Head teachers. Laura has two children and lives in Chiswick, she enjoys travelling and running.


Deputy Head Teacher (Inclusion Manager), Marianne Chapman


Mrs Chapman studied at the University of Southampton and went on to get a PGCE in Primary Education at Brunel University. She has taught in a range of London schools, and has most recently been Deputy Headteacher in a three-form entry school in Ealing.  Marianne enjoys walking and camping, travelling, and spending time with her two children and her dog.




Deputy Head Teacher, Alex Pethick


Miss Pethick read History at university before going on to complete a PGCE at the University of Cambridge. She previously taught in Suffolk before moving to London in 2014 to take on the role of Assistant Head at Bevington Primary School. Outside of school, Miss Pethick enjoys cooking, yoga and cycling. In 2015, she cycled from London to Paris for Challenge Aid, and raised enough funds to set up a new ‘School of Hope’ in Nairobi, Kenya.





Teachers and Support Staff

 Early Years Leader,

Ciara Linder

KS1 Phase Leader, Tyson Evans

Year 3 Leader,

Fiona Battah


1:1 Learning Support Officer, Ruya


1:1 Learning Support Officer, Didi Williams (Y3)

Cover Teacher, Albena Radu


Naomi Pilling

Art Specialist

Nathan Joseph

PE Specialist

Nick Yeo

Music & French Specialist




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Learning Support Officer

Mozart Reception Class


Georgia Gaffney


 Tracey Rice


Year 1 Class

Madeline Lawson

Evie Blacklock


Year 2 Class


 Tyson Evans


Sally Faik Alsammarie


Year 3 Class


Fiona Battah

Didi Williams


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