Senior Leadership Team

All staff and pupils have a leadership role in our school. However, a small group of people bring their ideas together and support them in their development and implementation. This is the Senior Leadership Team made up of the Headteacher, Deputy Headteacher and Senior Teacher.  Our Senior Leadership Team are very hard working and are committed to ensuring, through team working, that Castle Park Primary School continues to offer all stakeholders  "enjoyment in learning".


We have a very experienced team of teachers in our school. Our teaching staff are highly motivated and committed to providing great learning experiences for our children in and outside of the class room; which are imaginative and challenging. They work well together and with staff from other schools to explore and develop the best teaching practices so that ‘excellent teaching’ continue to be a feature of our school.

Teaching Assistants

We are lucky to have experienced teaching assistants in our school. Our teaching assistants are all qualified and well trained to deliver a wide range of intervention programmes and strategies to ensure all pupils achieve their potential and develop high self esteem. This well trained group of professionals are the key to ensuring achievement for all our pupils.

Administrator and Caretaker

Our School Administrator is extremely friendly and welcoming. She is often the first point of call for parents either face to face in the office or via the telephone. Our Caretaker works tirelessly to ensure our school grounds are both clean and safe for all our pupils.

Mid Day Supervisors

Our Mid Day Supervisors are dedicated to ensuring all pupils are well cared for at lunchtimes.

Kitchen & Breakfast Club Staff

We have the best cook in Monmouthshire who always ensures the menu is healthy and nutritious. She is supported by a dedicated team of staff who always puts the needs of the pupils first.   


The hygiene team work hard to ensure that the school is always sparkling for our pupils every day!