Valley View Community Primary School

Vallew View Community Primary School

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Office Team

If you ring or contact our school office, you will be greeted by one of our three administrative staff. Mrs Janet Broxup works four days a week and deals with all aspects of school administration. Mrs Sue Banks works every day and deals with breakfast club, and other office tasks, and Mrs Amy Roome works in the mornings and deals with school meals and other office tasks.

 

 

        

Mrs J Broxup

School Business Manager

I have been working in schools for 23 Years.

I like working as part of a team in nurturing and educating young people.

The funniest moment so far was when the staff performed a pantomime for the pupils.

The word that describes me as a professional is: 'Committed'.

 

 

 

 

          

Mrs S Banks

School Administration Officer

I have been working schools since Sept 2009.

I love working at Valley View - there's a real family atmosphere.  The office is always really busy and the variety of work I do means the days go really fast.

Working in school means that no two days are the same and there is something happening. The most exciting thing that has happened was during the Awards Assembly at the end of last year when I was given an award in front of the whole school!

The word that describes me is: 'Hard-working'.

 

          

Mrs A Roome

School Administration Assistant

I've been a School Governor since 2011 but after working briefly at another school in Leeds I joined the team at Valley View in March 2016.

I love working in a school because of the diversity of the things I do and the people I meet - no day is the same! I particularly like working at Valley View because we are one big family.

Funny and amazing things happen often in school, but I remember being on a trip to Armley Mills Victorian school room and the very strict school mistress told some of the adults off for not listening, the children thought it very funny but no-one dared laugh!

A word to describe me is: 'Supportive'.