By Jill Dando News
A popular teacher who has been inspiring children for decades at a brilliant school has officially become its permanent Principal.
The positive, kind and enthusiastic Sally Taylor has become the permanent Principal at Castle Batch Primary School Academy (CBPSA) in Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset.
She has been an extremely popular teacher at the school since starting there in 1990.
“Her positive, enthusiastic and kind nature permeates this great school and is infectious for the benefit of all.”Lisa Dadds, Director of Primary Education and Standards
Last year, as acting Principal, she led the school to an impressive clean sweep of Ofsted Good ratings with an overall Good judgement after three years with The Priory Learning Trust.
Now she has been given the substantive role as the school continues to go from strength to strength.
Sally said: “I am absolutely thrilled to become the substantive head at CBPSA and I am very excited to continue to lead this great school which holds a very special place in my heart.”
Lisa Dadds, the Trust’s Director of Primary Education and Standards, said: “Sally is an inspirational leader who truly puts students at the heart of all decision making.
“Her positive, enthusiastic and kind nature permeates this great school and is infectious for the benefit of all.”
Castle Batch is firmly at the heart of the North Worle community near to local secondary schools, Priory Community School Academy and Worle Community School Academy, also part of The Priory Learning Trust.
The school also has a new state-of-the-art building for Little Learners for 2 to 4 year olds which has further enhanced the CBPSA community.
The nursery is open 7.30am till 6pm all year round.