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Leadership

The Academy Leadership Team is listed below.

Tim Marston Principal - NIA, Principal of NIA Secondary Phase
Lorna Beard Principal of NIA Primary Phase
Ruth Ryan Vice Principal of NIA Primary Phase
Sonia Turner Vice Principal of NIA Secondary Phase
Hannah Auger  Assistant Principal NIA - Teaching and Learning
Lee Towers Assistant Principal NIA - Pastoral
Claire Golding Academy Business Manager
Michelle Llabani Associate Assistant Principal - International 

 

 

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Tim Marston

Principal - NIA

Principal of NIA Secondary Phase

 

Introduction 

As the Principal of NIA, I am responsible for ensuring that we deliver the best possible education for all of our pupils.

I am responsible for the safety and welfare of all students, and all staff working for the Academy. 

Focus for the academic year

Our focus for this academic year is to ensure that all of our pupils benefit from excellent teaching and have access to fantastic opportunities during our final year in temporary accommodation. 

I will work with Lorna Beard and all of our staff to ensure that a high quality curriculum is in place across all phases, delivered through outstanding teaching and learning.

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Lorna Beard

Principal of NIA Primary

 
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Ruth Ryan 

Vice Principal of NIA Primary

Introduction

I am responsible for ensuring high quality provision across the Primary phase to enable best outcomes for all.

Focus for the academic year

To continue to build on the high quality provision for all and work with colleagues to embed the vision for the Academy.

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Sonia Turner

Vice Principal of NIA Secondary

Introduction

  • My main responsibilities include:
  • Assessment, Recording and Reporting
  • Curriculum Development
  • Performance Data and Improving Outcomes
  • Monitoring Progress and Interventions
  • Parental Engagement
  • School Council

Focus for the academic year

To provide a curriculum that allows each student to follow their own personal journey to reach their desired destination.

To ensure each student has the opportunity to aim high and make incredible progress from their starting points.

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Hannah Auger

Assistant Principal NIA – Teaching and Learning

Introduction

My areas of responsibility include:

  • Teaching and Learning
  • Marking, Feedback and Assessment
  • Monitoring, Evaluation and Review
  • Internal and External CPD 
  • Initial Teacher Training
  • NQTs and RQTs
  • Professional Development Team

Focus for the academic year

  • To build on and continue to develop an ethos of excellence surrounding Teaching and Learning in line with our NIA 'Expected Standard'.
  • To ensure an 'all through' approach to Teaching and Learning is embedded and permeates all experiences within the Academy. 
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Lee Towers

Assistant Principal NIA – Pastoral

Introduction

I am the Assistant Principal accountable for all matters relating to the pastoral provision for students within the academy.

Focus for the academic year

To embed an already emerging culture and ethos throughout the academy. 

To build upon the strong foundations already in place to ensure, that as our community grows, our systems and structures for pastoral provision meets the needs of all of our students. 

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Claire Golding

Academy Business Manager

Introduction

My areas of responsibility are:

  • Support Staff
  • Finance
  • Buildings and Grounds
  • IT
  • Catering
  • HR
  • Resources

Focus for the academic year

Embedding processes and procedures to ensure the efficient running of the non-education functions of the academy, in order to support high level curriculum delivery and outstanding teaching

Preparing staff, students and stakeholders for the move to the new build in September 2018

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Michelle Llabani

Associate Assistant Principal – International

Introduction

I am Associate Assistant Principal with special responsibility for the international dimension at NIA.  My remit includes forging relationships with schools across the world, helping teachers to deliver an engaging international curriculum and raising the profile of NIA as a centre of international learning.

Focus for the academic year

  • Embedding the themes of diversity, rights and responsibilities, democracy, interdependence, social justice, values and perceptions and the environment into the whole school curriculum.
  • Co-ordinating and facilitating the first Northampton inter-school Mock United Nations summit.

 

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