Greenwich House Independent School is proud to have a staff of teachers that are passionate about making a difference in students’ lives through tireless dedication to education. Get to know each of our team members below.
During these strange times of COVID-19 we have adopted a three bubble system in the school, with children and staff being assigned one group. They spend all their time in their own class room with designated desks and outside they have separate play areas.
In more normal times the core subjects are led by the class teachers during morning sessions, with all other subjects being taught across year groups by a specific teacher. This allows us to have staff who have a real passion for these subjects instilling this in our pupils.
Mrs J Brindle
Qualified in 1968, Mrs Brindle taught in Southampton schools for 19 years as a Key stage One leader and as a teacher of hearing impaired children.
Having relocated to Louth and established a Kindergarten, Mrs Brindle was encouraged to open a school, kindergarten and creche at the High Holme Road site. In 1990, Greenwich House Independent School was founded.
Since opening its doors, Greenwich House has welcomed hundreds of children to the school family, many of whom have gone on to have great success in their next schools, further education and professions. Mrs Brindle firmly believes this is due to the family ethos and the proud traditions of encouraging the children to have pride in their work and environment which in turn develops self discipline.
Having been the Key Stage 1 lead for many years, more recently Mrs Brindle is one of the specialist one to one support teachers.
Over the years, as the team has grown, Mrs Brindle has been very privileged to work with many highly qualified, motivated and committed teachers. The school is very fortunate currently to have an experienced team whose enthusiasm to take Greenwich House forward into the future is unquestionable.