Laura Lloyd

Laura Lloyd

Role:Music Teacher / PSHE Coordinator
Qualification:BSc (Hons), PGCE

Mrs Lloyd studied Music at Trinity College of Music, specialising in Jazz Saxophone.

She went on to complete her Music PGCE at Middlesex University before she moved to Brighton and Hove where she taught for just under ten years.

She has moved closer to Chichester Free School to take up the Music post and brought her passion to share with the students.

As PSHE Coordinator, Mrs Lloyd is aware of the way that PSHE supports many of the principles of safeguarding and links closely to schools’ safeguarding, SMSC and British Values policies. She aims to help them understand how they are developing personally and socially, and tackle many of the moral, social and cultural issues that are part of growing up. She wants to provide our children with opportunities for them to learn about rights and responsibilities and appreciate what it means to be a member of a diverse society, and to encourage them to develop their sense of self-worth by playing a positive role in contributing to school life and the wider community.

Having a super time in Leysin! The students have done so well with their skiing, and have progressed at an amazing... https://t.co/zKdXwlQYGP
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*Sixth Form* Applications for places this coming September are still open. We welcome applications from current CFS... https://t.co/X15T9ZZU5f
It's an early start for some, as we wave off our students who are en-route to Switzerland for their ski trip. Have... https://t.co/UzAkYX6jKw
UPDATE: Don't worry - you don't have to call us, all secondary school offer e-mails or letters should be received o... https://t.co/0nfngcDkAW
**Inset Day** A reminder that this Friday 15th February is an Inset Day for both Primary and Secondary, and therefo... https://t.co/in3Wdm5DdN
What a beautiful setting for the Chichester #BetheChange launch! Thank you for having us @WealddownMuseum. Truly in... https://t.co/5VoT1aV5gM
Year 3 are exploring the history of transport and yesterday they were lucky to be visited by team members from... https://t.co/fNM2Myo1s2