Year Manager

My name is Mrs Adamson and I am the Year Manager for Year 10.

I have been employed at Kepier for 15 years and this is the third year group I have worked with.
It is an absolute pleasure to work alongside a group of learners from their very first day in Year 7, all the way through until they leave us in Year 11.

Welcome to Year 10

I aim to support each and every one of the learners with their education, and to encourage positive attitudes to learning and good behaviour in and around school. I truly value the support I receive from parents, carers and families, and the relationships we forge – enable our learners to succeed.

In my role, I take the lead in the day to day running of the year group and I am the first port of call for learners, parents/carers in relation to learner behaviour and barriers to learning. I am on-call and available for learners throughout the day and after school. I manage behaviour and attendance and deal with any bullying issues that may arise.

I also support the work of the coaches and liaise with department leaders, to resolve any difficulties/issues.

I have extremely high expectations and demand that all learners give 100% effort in order to make the best progress possible, and ensure they realise and reach their true potential. Working together equals success – anything is possible!


Year Manager

Hello and welcome to Year 10. I am very proud to be the Year Manager for Y10, a role now shared with Mrs Adamson. I will remain with the year group until they complete their GCSEs in 2023.

Welcome to Year 10

KS4 is a fresh start for all learners, an opportunity to refocus efforts and achieve their best academic outcomes. It is a crucial time in any learner’s school life and not without its challenges; I am committed to the year group and will work with them to make the most of their unique potential.

As well as providing a purposeful, disciplined and thriving learning environment the needs of every individual learner is at the heart of year management. Care, encouragement and guidance are at hand throughout the day to support learners’ emotional health and well-being. They are not alone: any setbacks or worries will be faced together and every accomplishment celebrated.

Communication with families is vital to the happiness of any learner and I extend a warm invitation to parents and carers to get in touch should there be any concern or query no matter how small. From uniform issues to forgotten lunch boxes the Year Manager is the first point of contact.

Over the next two years I will ensure the best possible educational experience for learners, champion their brilliance and value them for who they are and for who we know they can become.