About Us

Caldicotes Primary Academy is located in Thorntree, in the east of Middlesbrough.

Helen Steele , Principal

Miss Angela Barry,  Vice Principal, DSL,  Safeguarding & Well-Being

Miss Gemma HutchinsonVice Principal

Miss Kate Pounder,  Assistant  Vice Principal

Mrs Sophie Thompson,  Assistant  Vice Principal

We employ  a team of dedicated staff, 13 of whom are teachers and 20 are support staff.  Our Team of support staff include our Director for Safeguarding and Well-being, Learning and Teaching assistants, Reading assistants and Sports coach.  In addition to the learning support staff we have the admin team who provide a warm welcome  and ensure the smooth running of the organisation. 

Our Pupil Admission Number (PAN) is 30 with an attached 30 full-time equivalent (FTE) place Nursery setting and 16 place 2 year old provision, Remarkable Rebels.

The Principal is Mrs Helen Steele who is supported by Miss Angela Barry,  Vice Principal and lead for Safeguarding and Wellbeing; Mrs Gemma Hutchinson, Vice Principal, Teaching, Learning, Curriculum and Assessment lead; Miss Kate Pounder, Assistant Vice Principal, Early Years &KS1 Team Leader lead for phonics and early reading; Mrs Sophie Thompson,  Assistant Vice Principal, KS2 Team Leader and Lead for English.

We have 8 classes along with 2 year old provision and our 3-4 year old Nursery setting, all of which are supported by the Learning and Teaching Assistants who help to ensure that our pupils receive individual support, care and challenge. In addition we have our ‘Nurture Group’ provision which was established to support and meet the needs of some of our most vulnerable pupils so that everyone is challenged to achieve their potential.

Our underpinning aim is for all our pupils to 'find their remarkable' as a result of our excellent provision.  Through our inclusive, individualised and inspirational curriculum, we aim to develop attributes and qualities that pupils will build upon as they continue on their learning journey within our setting and on into their next stage of learning.  We aspire for our pupils to become productive, respectful, honest and reliable members of the community, who are resilient and determined, whilst fostering attitudes of care and respect for themselves and their own and wider community.

To view our most recent Ofsted Inspection Report, please see below:

Copy of Caldicotes Primary Academy 10002722 PDF Final .pdf