I have lived in Eastbourne for 50 years and I have been a teacher for over 40 years. I was trained at Loughborough and I hold a Certificate of Education, a Batchelor of Arts Degree, a Master’s Degree and a Diploma in Sports Psychology. Continue reading “Chris Pinch”→
I moved to Eastbourne, from London, in the mid-sixties to take up a teaching post in Willingdon and have worked in the town since then. During that time I have made a number of connections in the town and as a PE teacher I played several sports, including Continue reading “George Gibson”→
I am a retired Deputy Headteacher. I have a long association with St John’s Meads starting when my children started at the school in 1986. During the ‘90s I organised residential trips to France with my school and St John’s Meads for a number of years. Continue reading “Joan Wilson”→
I am excited and privileged to take on the role of Deputy Headteacher and Year 6 teacher as the class move into the final part of their journey through the school. After teaching in London for six years, I moved back to Sussex and feel honoured to have joined the friendly Continue reading “Jo Barfield”→
I have spent most of my life in Business and over the last 10 years have been actively involved in providing Alternative Energy solutions that make for a more sustainable planet. I also have a keen interest in the local Community and hope to bring the positive Continue reading “Daniel Huff”→
I have spent the majority of my working life involved in different roles and capacities as part of the team around the child to Looked After Children. I am social work trained and my roles have crossed over into the Private and Voluntary Sector, as well as the Local Authority. Continue reading “Susanne Beesley”→
Ben spent most of his working life as an actor and writer before training for the ministry in 2013. He studied at Ridley, Cambridge before moving to Eastbourne for his curacy in 2018 with his wife Continue reading “Revd. Ben Sleep – Curate”→
I am excited to have recently joined the team at St John’s Meads Primary School. Prior to this I have been teaching for 5 years throughout Kent and East Sussex, across both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. I love visiting new places, both in the UK and abroad, and have spent a lot of time travelling, particularly around Africa.