joined the teaching staff at Norley in September 2007 and was appointed as Headteacher in September 2013. She enjoys teaching and has experience of teaching across all age groups in different schools.
Mrs Kelly is the SENCo. She is also responsible for the School Council and feels it is important that a school is 'child-centred' with children making some of the key decisions.
Mrs Kelly has 3 children her eldest son is at University studying Cyber Security. She also has a teenage daughter and a younger son in primary school. Weekends are important family time and are often spent walking, going to the cinema and playing.
joined the teaching staff at Norley in 2014 and currently teaches Class 4.
When he isn't teaching Class 4, Mr Hoban will more than likely be looking after his many animals. If he isn't mucking out the horses, he will be collecting eggs from his many chickens.
He has one daughter who takes up most of his spare time, but he also enjoys playing cricket, riding his horse and walking his two chocolate labradors. However his favourite activity is cheering on his beloved Manchester City.
joined the staff at Norley in September 2012. Currently, he teaches Class 2 which includes both Year 1 and Year 2 children. He completed his Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Early Years) at the University of Cumbria’s Lancaster campus. Before teaching, he used to play drums in a band!
Mr Bennett has four young children which means he has no spare time!! He is a huge Manchester United fan and has a season ticket in the Stretford end.
Miss Williams has been part of the Norley team for six years. She studied at Edgehill University for a degree in Early Years Education and went on to gain QTS through a PGCE. She is currently responsible for coordinating EYFS, DT and humanities. Miss Williams enjoys teaching Class 1 and is looking forward to a fresh challenge in Class 2.
In her spare time Miss Williams enjoys spending with friends and family.
joined the staff at Norley in 1998 as a Teaching Assistant and has since qualified as a Higher Level Teaching Assistant. She describes herself as “willing, adaptable and versatile in all areas” and, certainly, the school has benefited considerably from her teaching support across nearly all year-groups. Recent courses which she has attended include Numeracy and Literacy for Teaching Assistants, Foundation Stage Profile, Behaviour Management and Mid-day Assistant Training for Play.
Outside of school, Mrs Brown has completed a 2 year degree with Manchester Unniversity in support teaching and learning. She felt the need to do this to keep up with her 3 sons, the eldest of whom is a paramedic in the Army, the second of whom has his own building business and the youngest who is travelling around the world currently.
Mrs Orton joined us in September 2015 having previously worked as a HLTA, Teaching Assistant and Learning Mentor at schools throughout Cheshire. She is qualified at level 3 in counselling, Mental Health First Aid and is now our resident ELSA.
" I am very proud to be supporting Mrs Kelly and the team in schools (Mental Health) and emotional well being for both staff and pupils. Norley CE Primary School is taking positive steps in supporting national initiatives in the well being of its pupils."
She has two grown up children, a daughter and a son. Mrs Orton spends her free time climbing mountains with her husband. Mrs Orton is also a Manchester United fan and is enjoying the challenge of learning Italian.
Mrs White joined our school in January 2016 as our bursar. She previously worked in a large primary school in Crewe and she lives in Northwich with her partner, and two sons.
In her spare time she enjoys reading, walking, and going fishing with her youngest son.
is our site manager. Originally, he joined the school in 2003 but left in 2009. He since retired, but continued to have an interest in the school, and re-joined us in September 2015. He enjoys photography, and walking his two pet dogs, Archie and Wilf.
is the Catering Supervisor who, with considerable imagination and creativity, turns simple school dinners into fun and tasty eating experiences! She is married with 2 children, supports Manchester United and goes caravanning most weekends.
is a Lunchtime Supervisor who describes her job as 'pleasurable and fun'. She is married and has two children and a dog called Maranella.
Mrs Dimelow is also our cleaner, and does a fantastic job keeping the school clean and tidy.
is a Midday Assistant. Being Norley born and bred she is a familiar figure to many of the children and their families.