IMG_0391Patrick Pritchett

Head Teacher
Patrick joined the school in April 2014 as Head Teacher of Evendons Primary School. He is a primary school teacher with an early years specialism within the age range 3 – 7. He began his career with a year 1 class and after gaining experience working across the junior age range 7 – 11, took on his first headship of a large primary school. His professional interests are varied and he is immersed in every aspect of the school. He has a prevailing interest in curriculum design and recognises the opportunity Evendons affords to develop an original approach to teaching and learning, underpinned by a holistic educational philosophy.

Stacey ReadStacey Read

SENCo and Leading Teacher – Coaching and Mentorship
Stacey provides teaching support for all classes of the school. She has been a teacher for 17 years and has held numerous teaching positions within local primary schools including Deputy Head and Head teacher. Since having her son in 2012 Stacey has focussed on teaching and learning and supporting teachers in maximising their potential. Stacey is passionate about English, loves children’s literature and really enjoys seeing children develop a love of books. She also has a passion for technology and embedding it in children’s learning to improve their skills and to help equip them for a world full of exciting technology.


Zoe Green

School Business Manager
Zoe supports the school leadership on all areas of financial planning, reporting and procurement. She is a chartered management accountant and has 4 years experience working in academy schools.



Jane Aust (2)Jane Aust

School Administration Manager
Jane works in the school office and is responsible for establishing and maintaining all of the school’s administration processes, support systems and activities that facilitate the effective running of the school. Jane has spent over 15 years working in primary schools. She is proud to have been involved in setting up the administration processes at Evendons from its opening and being part of the growth of the school.