People News: Miriam Fredrickson joins Headley Park Primary

Miriam Fredrickson has joined Headley Park Primary School as its new headteacher.

An outstanding school in south Bristol, and part of the Malago Learning Partnership, Headley Park welcomes Miriam from the federation of Bishop Sutton and Stanton Drew Primary Schools, Chew Valley, also recently judged as outstanding.

Miriam started her teaching career after ten years in family and youth support work across Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire. Her first teaching post was with Marlbrook Primary, Hereford and she moved on to Kingstone and Thruxton, in Herefordshire, becoming head of Primary Teaching and Learning as the school moved to an academy trust.
HEADTEACHER - MIRIAM FREDRICKSON -  CHRIS BAHN
Miriam said:

“As soon as I walked into Headley Park it felt like the place I want to be with a strong sense of community and energy. I live in south Bristol and I’m looking forward to being part of providing an excellent education for all our children. I want them to be inspired, valued, creative and have the confidence and curiosity to fulfil their ambitions.”

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Notes to Editors

1. Headley Park has 411 pupils aged between 3 and 11.

2. The Malago Learning Parnership is a collaboration between nine schools in south Bristol that strives to raise attainment and improve the life chances for all local children. The sharing includes the buying of outside services, professional development for staff, school improvement and joint events.
3. The schools in the partnership are Bedminster Down School, Cheddar Grove Primary, Greenfield E-Act Academy, Headley Park Primary, Illminster Avenue E-Act Academy, Knowle DGE special school, Parson Street Primary School, St Peter’s C of E Primary and Victoria Park Primary School. Between them they employ more than 500 staff (including support staff) and educate approximately 4,000 children and young people.
4. Since the partnership started all schools have now been rated by Ofsed as either outstanding or good.

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