Our Staff

Here you can find out a little about our talented staff.

Senior Leadership Team

Gary Corbett

Gary Corbett

Executive Head Teacher
Designated Safeguarding Lead

Tracey Borgenvik

Tracey Borgenvik

Deputy Head - Novaturient School
Designated Safeguarding Lead

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Sandra Mahoney

Deputy Head - Ness Point School
Designated Safeguarding Lead

Katy Millage

Katy Millage

Internal Quality Assessor
H&S Lead / DSL

Donna Sibbald

Donna Sibbald

Inclusion Manager
Therapeutic Practitioner / DSL /
Mental Health Lead / E-Safety Lead

Teachers

Stacey Newson

Stacey Newson

Teacher
English

Paul Cook

Paul Cook

Teacher
Geography

Lesley Bacon

Lesley Bacon

Teacher
Fresh Start Lead

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Melissa Gibbs

Accelerated Reader Lead

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Paige Lacey

Teacher
PSHE / Cultural Capital

Higher Level Teaching Assistants

Emma Hunt

Emma Hunt

Higher Level Teaching Assistant
PSHE / RSHE

Lisa Bailey

Lisa Bailey

Higher Level Teaching Assistant
Maths and English Skills

Zach Einecker

Zach Einecker

Higher Level Teaching Assistant
Class Support

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Shaun Depledge

Higher Level Teaching Assistant
Class Support

Teaching Assistants

Yasmin Hough

Yasmin Hough

Lead Teaching Assistant
Novaturient School

MichaelGordon

Michael Gordon

Lead Teaching Assistant
Ness Point School

Anais Bentley

Anais Bentley

Teaching Assistant
Class Support

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Channelle Bircham

Teaching Assistant
Class Support

Sophie Hurren

Sophie Hurren

Teaching Assistant
Class Support

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Sarah Hunt

Teaching Assistant
Class Support

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Maiya Greenwood

Teaching Assistant
Class Support

Lindsey Andrews

Lindsey Andrews

Teaching Assistant
Class Support

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Chloe Richards

Teaching Assistant
Class Support

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Kerrie Moyse

Teaching Assistant
Class Support

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Sarah Wood

Teaching Assistant
Class Support

Enrichment Team

Louise Parker

Louise Parker

Therapeutic practitioner
Clinical Supervision / Deputy DSL

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Tracy Vigor

Parent Liaison
Support Officer

Joe Benham

Joe Benham

Enrichment
PfAL / Deputy DSL

Admin

Helen Hickinbotham

Helen Hickinbotham

Secretary
Novaturient School

Pauline Blackmore

Pauline Blackmore

School Secretary
Ness Point School

Chefs

Terry Moughton

Terry Moughton

Chef
Home Economics Teacher / Novaturient School

Carol Angel

Carol Angel

Chef
Home Economics Teacher / Ness Point School

Advisory Board

Michael Millage

Michael Millage

Proprietor
Advisory Board

Michael works in both adult and children’s services, providing community and residential care (incorporating contracted and voluntary services), and is proprietor Ness Point School and Novaturient School. He is a Finance Director of Norfolk and Suffolk Care Support, promoting workforce development, supporting County Councils, Skills for Care, care providers and apprentices in health and social care.

Michael is also a Care Ambassador, regularly giving talks to adults and young people in schools and colleges around the county promoting carers in health and social care. He has worked with both Suffolk and Norfolk County Councils, liaising between the public and private sectors supporting providers, local authorities, Clinical Commissioning Groups, public health, carers and people with care needs.

Michael also supports other boards and groups including the Central Locality Safeguarding Adults Partnership, the Older Peoples Professionals Forum and the Falls Steering Group.

David Lloyd

David Lloyd

Chair
Advisory Board

David retired in 2014 from his position as the Principal of The Gateway School and Technology College in Northamptonshire. Originally based in poor accommodation, David helped to secure the funding to build a new, purpose-built school and was central to its design. The school remains an outstanding provision for 11 – 18-year-olds with social, emotional and mental health needs.

As a strategic partner of a teaching school, David led on identifying and addressing training needs and provided behaviour management training to trainee teachers within the partnership. David has also provided training in the field of behaviour management to other learners and practitioners in a range of school and University based settings. David also has an MBA in Educational Leadership.

Now residing in Leicestershire, David enjoys his Grandchildren and volunteering at the regional foodbank service, as well of course, providing support to PCT Education.

Corallie Lloyd

Dr Corallie Lloyd

Education Lead
Advisory Board

Corallie is a retired headteacher who spent much of her career in Special Education and has worked in primary and secondary schools for pupils with learning difficulties and emotional and behavioural difficulties.

Corallie was a headteacher for fourteen years and led her school to become the first outstanding special school in Northamptonshire, which it remained until her retirement. The school was awarded Teaching School status and was the first primary school in Northamptonshire and one of the first special schools in the country to achieve this.

Corallie has a PhD in educational leadership and management and has worked as an associate lecturer at the University of Leicester and at the University of Derby as a teaching student assessor and mentor.

Corallie is a dedicated gardener and enjoys cooking, travelling, reading and spending time with her grandchildren.

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Becky Walker

Advisory Board

Becky is the Deputy CEO for West Norfolk Academies Trust which is based in Kings Lynn. She has been there for five years.

The Trust has four secondary schools and seven primary schools. All the schools are rated by Ofsted as ‘Good’.

Becky has over 20 years’ experience in Education. As an experienced ex-headteacher Becky supports all eleven schools ranging from a small village school for 50 pupils to a large secondary school for 2000 pupils, providing support, challenge and professional development to the Senior Leadership team, staff, Governors and Trustees in order to ensure the best quality of education for all children.

Becky has a background in mainstream, alternative and specialist provision. She was an executive headteacher and headteacher for four years. Taking a primary school from Requires Improvement to Good and supporting headteachers as a Regional Director. During Becky’s career she has worked as an Inclusion manager running a designative special provision for severe learning difficulties and been the deputy headteacher in an outstanding special school, as part of this role, Becky ran a Teaching School, managing support and bespoke training for thirty-two schools.

Outside of work, Becky enjoys spending time with her family, walking the dog and cycling.