Find out a little about our teachers here at Portreath School.
Mrs Emma Allen - Class 3
Having escaped an early and misdirected career in the finance sector, Mrs Allen currently teaches Class 3. She feels privileged that she has had the opportunity to work in a variety of roles within education, both within Portreath School and working for Cornwall Learning. She loves working and learning with others, whether it is with an individual pupil, whole classes or with adults. A passion for inclusion and overcoming barriers to learning have led her to her current role as Special educational needs co-ordinator (SENCo).
When not working in school with children Mrs Allen is usually surrounded by animals instead and currently gives a home to 4 horses and 3 ponies – only some of which are hers! She loves music, reading and spending time with friends and family.
Mrs Jane Stevens - Class 2
Mrs Stevens has been teaching since leaving university, having taught in Cornwall for many years and abroad, in America and Spain, where she enjoyed the local cultural traditions.
Mrs Stevens loves anything to do with the outdoors and especially enjoys the creative arts. In her spare time she loves walking her dog, Rosie along the Cornish beaches and cliffs and enjoys baking and cooking.
Mrs Stevens currently teaches Class 2, a mixed age class of Year 1 and Year 2 children, which she enjoys immensely.
Mrs Sam Forsdick - Class 1
Mrs Forsdick teaches Class 1, a Reception year 1 mixed class. She has taught at Portreath School and enjoys being part of our small community.
She has a love of IT, books and music which she put to good effect in our school productions.
She has two daughters who share her love of animals and help look after their array of pets!
Mrs Michelle Price - Class 4
Mrs Price teaches in class 4.
Mrs Price moved from her home town in Cardiff over the summer holidays to live in Cornwall.
She has a love of art work and is currently making Pebble Art pictures.
Miss Lucie Clarke - Class 5
Miss Clarke thoroughly enjoys teaching the older children in the school in Class 5. She is also assistant headteacher at our school - a role which she particularly enjoys as it means that she gets to spend time with children from all the classes.
When not busy with school work Miss Clarke loves to get out and about, enjoyng everything to do with Cornwall and its wonderful environment. Beaching, walking and gardening top the list of outdoor hobbies but Miss Clarke is also a keen member of two local choirs and loves to be involved in the many singing opportunites countywide.
Miss Clarke lives with her partner, two children and a wild (but loveable) dog called Ralphie.