7A | Miss McCartney
E1 | Mitton
Hello! I’m Miss McCartney. I am year 7 form tutor for 7A and believe that we can all work together to discover the school, make new friends and have a great year. I look forward to meeting everyone and can’t wait to start a new year in September with you all.
7B | Miss Smith
G14 | Mitton
Hello my name is Miss Smith and I teach English along with looking after form 7B; I have taught here for four years now. I am really excited to take on a Year 7 form and will try my best to give you the best welcome to Ribblesdale possible! I enjoy getting to know the characters in a form group so I hope you will have lots to tell me, such as fun facts about yourself and what you have been up to over summer. Teamwork makes the dream work and I like a form group who helps one another. If I don’t end up with you in my form group, I really hope that I get to teach you English and see you develop. See you in September!
7C | Miss Adams
G15 | Edisford
7D | Mr Hussain
H4 | Edisford
Hello, my name is Mr Hussain and I am 7D’s form tutor. I feel very lucky to be the form tutor of 7D which is in Edisford house. I am a Computer Science teacher and cannot wait to meet you all in September and hear about what you have been getting up to in your summer holidays.
7E | Miss Hewson
G16 | Downham
Hello Year 7 – My name is Miss Hewson. Like Miss Smith in 7B, I, too, teach English – which I absolutely love! For the past five years, I’ve had the same form; it was a pleasure to see each of them grow into lovely young men and women. Now, I’d like to start afresh by taking on my own 7E babies. I look forward to meeting each of you very soon. I know we’re going to have a fabulous time together.
7F | Mrs Bradshaw
R15 | Downham
I love being a dedicated year 7 form tutor as I get to meet you before you even start school at Ribblesdale. I enjoy hearing how excited you all are and taking you through to the next stage of your school life. I have a daughter who attended Ribblesdale, so I also know what it’s like to be a parent of a pupil who attends this school. Here are some things you might like to know about me : My favourite colour – Green, season – Summer, food – Chinese, book – any autobiography, drink – water, hobbies – shopping and reading. If I don’t end up with you in my form I really hope that I get to teach you mathematics.
7G | Miss Sanderson
C2 | Chatburn
My name is Miss Sanderson and I’m one of the year 7 form tutors. The main subject I teach is maths but I’ve had a year 7 form since I started at Ribblesdale 5 years ago and I really enjoy it! I look forward to meeting my new group in September and hopefully doing lots of exciting things throughout the year!
7H | Mr Patel
G8 | Chatburn
My name is Mr Patel and it has been a great pleasure being a year 7 form tutor for the first time in my teaching career. I have learnt a lot and cannot wait to continue on this journey to try and make Ribblesdale an enjoyable and lasting experience for you. I like to keep fit by taking part in spinning classes and my favourite food is chicken. I love spending time with my family at the weekends and during the holidays. I absolutely love teaching science. I am very much looking forward to meeting you all in September so that we can share some great stories about your summer adventures.
7J | Mrs Lynch
B6 | Waddington
My name is Mrs Lynch and I have been a year 7 form tutor for a long time. I teach science and my form are in Waddington house. I have two dogs they are called Ruby and Teddy, I also have chickens and love cooking using the eggs they lay. I am looking forward to meeting you in September and hearing about yourself and what you have been doing over the Summer.
7K | Mrs Taylor / Mr Bowmer
A2 | Waddington
Hi, I’m Mrs Taylor and I have worked at Ribblesdale for nine years. I also do lots of transition work with primary schools, so I may have met many of you before you even start here in September.
I teach English and I am 7K’s form tutor.
I’m looking forward to seeing lots of you in my form or in my lessons when you join us here at Ribblesdale.