Harriet Mackie-Savage

This is now my fourth year at St John’s, but it feels like I’ve been here so much longer because it’s such a warm and welcoming place to be; as well as a great environment in which to learn and be creative.

I continue to be the co-ordinator for History, for which I have a great passion and look forward to continuing to develop my subject area this year; ensuring that the children have the best possible exposure to this subject as well as the rest of the curriculum.

Kiele Purser

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.