Our Senior Leadership Team
Welcome to our Senior Leadership Team
Jenny Carr - Headteacher
I feel privileged to be the Head teacher at Royds Hall, the secondary phase of Royds Hall Community School. Please use the links below to visit the primary sites.
Royds Hall possesses a wonderful ethos and spirit, where children are placed at the centre.
For many families it is important to know that the Head teacher of their child’s school is suitably experienced and will ensure your child is as important to us, as they are to you.
Emily Devane - Senior Deputy Headteacher
I joined Royds Hall in April 2019 as Senior Deputy Headteacher with responsibility for pastoral (working with Mrs Wood), ensuring all our students are supported to achieve their personal best at school. I ensure that form time sessions are designed to facilitate students to develop academically, socially and emotionally. I also work alongside Mrs Spry to quality assure the teaching & learning experience, to enable students to succeed in all areas of the curriculum and progress to positive destinations after year 11. I feel privileged to be part of the senior leadership team at Royds Hall and I am passionate about ensuring all our students achieve their personal best throughout their time at the school.
Emily Spry - Deputy Headteacher
I joined Royds Hall Community School in September 2016 and have recently taken the post of Deputy Headteacher (Quality of Education). In this role, I oversee the curriculum, student outcomes and teaching and learning. I am also responsible for planning and coordinating the staff development and the quality assurance of teaching and learning across the school. Working at Royds Hall Community School as part of the senior leadership team is something that I am extremely proud of. It is a privilege to help shape the future of our students and I am extremely passionate about ensuring that students are receiving the best possible learning experience.
Jonathan Schofield - Assistant Headteacher
As Assistant Headteacher I am responsible for assessment & monitoring, community & parental engagement, alternative provision, extended learning and overseeing the internal and external exams that take place.
I am passionate about developing a culture that sees students unlock and realise their potential as learners both within and outside the classroom. Through engagement and working together the aim is for students to leave Royds Hall as well rounded individuals. I am very proud to be a senior leader at our school and am looking forward to the challenge of creating a school environment that helps our students achieve their personal best.
Lindsay Johnstone - Assistant Headteacher
My Name is Lindsay Johnstone, I am Assistant Headteacher with responsibility for SEN, EAL, pupil premium, wellbeing, careers, student leadership and the alternative provision. In a nutshell ensuring that all children receive the best education they can despite any barriers they may have to learning.
I am passionate about helping young children develop the self-esteem to believe in themselves, feel they belong to our school family and support them to achieve their full potential. No child should leave Royds Hall without the skills and qualifications to succeed in leading a happy and fulfilled life.
Nikki Wood - Director of Pastoral Care and Safeguarding
I am the safeguarding Lead. My areas of responsibility are safeguarding, behaviour and pastoral support. I believe that students needs to have good quality support and their overall welfare needs met for them to have ‘good’ self-esteem. All these areas need to be provided for them to become confident learners who reach their full potential. Our aim is to ensure we offer an outstanding level of pastoral support within school.