Meet Some of the TMA Team

Mr O’Grady and Mr Greenhalgh – PE team

Hi everyone! We are your PE teachers: Mr O’Grady and Mr Greenhalgh. We are very excited to see you all in September, where we will be teaching you lots of different sports and activities. Mr O’Grady’s favourite sport is football and Mr Greenhalgh’s favourite sport is Golf. We can’t wait to find out what your favourite sports are!

Mrs Marshall – Head of Performing Arts

Hi! I’m Mrs Marshall, and I’m head of Music and Performing Arts at Two Mile Ash School. I teach class music lessons and I do lots of singing assemblies too. I run Harmonize, which is our school choir: it’s a really exciting after school club for people who love to sing and perform. Harmonize have many different events in the school year, including a Christmas concert with the Bradwell Silver Band and Young Voices at the O2 Arena in London. We have our own t-shirts and we meet once a week after school throughout the whole year.

I’m also the person to come to if you’d like to have instrument lessons with the MK Music Co-op – we have teachers who come in to do small group lessons in violin, flute, clarinet and trumpet. You’ll find all the information on the Peripatetic Music Lessons tab of the website. Playing an instrument is fantastic – I play the guitar, it’s one of my favourite things to do!

If you love acting and being on-stage, there’s lots of opportunities to do that at TMA! Every year group has a performance, and we have a whole school production that we put on in the summer. I’d love to see as many of you as possible auditioning and taking part in music and performing arts at TMA, I can’t wait to see what our new Year 3s are made of!

Cathie Stone – Matron

Hello year 2! My name is Mrs Stone, but everybody at school calls me Matron. I’m really looking forward to meeting you all in September when you will be the big year 3s. You may see me a lot around school as I look after everyone when they are feeling  poorly, even Miss Megeary sometimes needs a hug when she gets poorly. At the moment, we can’t give out real hugs, so Matron has been practising her social distance hugs. I can’t wait to see all you kids in September.