Teaching in Y2
Caroline Moore

Teacher Caroline Mooore was raised in Looe, Cornwall and trained as a teacher at the Dudley College of Education in West Midlands. She graduated in 1977 with a specialism in Art and Design (Ceramics).

Caroline began her teaching career in 1978 at an inner city infant school in Birmingham where she was in charge of music and taught all the age ranges, including Nursery. She went on to became the Deputy Head of a large Junior School in Birmingham before relocating to Suffolk in 1999. She was the Deputy Head of Hollesley Primary School for two and half years and then took some time out to travel, visiting St Lucia, the USA, Greece, France and Spain, but never quite made it to Australia (which was the plan).

Caroline joined Woodbridge Primary School in 2003 and is the KS1 Lead and part of the senior management team.

In her spare time Caroline enjoys being with her family, reading contemporary fiction, playing the guitar, gardening, and walking her two Golden Cocker Spaniels. (And she still hopes to visit Australia one day!)

Caroline is part of the senior management team, leads KS1 education and is the ICT coordinator.

Suzanne Strand

Teaching Assistant Suzanne Strand grew up in Suffolk and whilst working in the travel and tourism industry made the most of her opportunity to travel the world.

She spent several years managing a Youth Hostel up a mountain in the Brecon Beacons before returning to Suffolk and working to support children in schools.

Alongside raising her two young sons she has gained a degree in History and is currently a volunteer with Hands on Heritage, an outdoor education provider based in Tunstall Forest.

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Sally Bradshaw

Teaching Assistant Sally Brayshaw grew up in Leicester before moving to Suffolk. She originally trained as a florist and then moved on to spend 8 years working for a medical company.

Sally has been a bit of a globetrotter, having lived in Holland as well as travelling to Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia and New Zealand. On her travels Sally qualified as a scuba diver and enjoyed livaboard diving on the Great Barrier Reef. Sally has also skydived over the Whitsunday islands; she has sailed all over the world, skied and hiked on glaciers.

Somewhere in all of that Sally has also raised two daughters (both of whom attended Woodbridge Primary school). In her spare time Sally still enjoys scuba diving, going camping and spending time with family and friends.