Class Teachers

  • Mrs Abi Flashman

    Class R (EYFS) Job share

    Mrs Flashman joined Egloskerry School in September 2013 and was delighted to start her career in such an inclusive and welcoming school. She graduated from SCITT teacher training and has a BA (Hons) degree in Working with Children, which was achieved at Marjon University.

    Mrs Flashman enjoys participating in many sports, but her main passion is competitive and social netball. She also enjoys various activities including long dog walks with her Cocker Spaniel, spending time with her friends and going to the theatre. She has recently travelled around the world, including hiking in New Zealand and scuba diving in Fiji.

  • Miss Ceri Thomas

    Class R (EYFS) Job Share

    Miss Thomas joined the school in September 2006.

    She has a Diploma in Child Care and after qualifying spent seven years as a nanny. She then worked for five years as a teaching assistant in a school in Plymouth and was an Ofsted registered child-minder for a year.

    Miss Thomas loves the outdoors and enjoys spending time with her daughter swimming, walking their Border Terrier and playing with their rabbits. In the warmer months, they love to bodyboard and attempt to play golf. Other interests include ‘Wake Up Shake Up’, which she leads throughout the school.

  • Miss Jade Hawkey

    Class 1 (Y1/2)

    Miss Hawkey joined Egloskerry Primary School in September 2015 and was incredibly excited to begin teaching in her dream school. Miss Hawkey graduated from a School Direct teacher training course and has a BA (Hons) degree in Illustration from Swansea Metropolitan University. She has achieved a PGCert qualification, in which she conducted an exploratory research case study into the link between motivation and reading in a KS1 class, which has helped to improve her teaching practice.
    She has taught across many schools, including large city schools and small rural schools, but especially enjoys the supportive and community centred ethos that is involved with smaller schools. Due to her degree background in the arts, she likes to adapt a creative approach to teaching and learning.
    She was born in Cornwall and lived on the edge of the beautiful and scenic Bodmin Moor. She enjoys playing the piano, painting, cycling and walking the Cornish coast path.

  • Miss Asha Wilton (Job share)

    Class 2 (Y3/4)

    Miss Wilton joined Egloskerry Primary School in September 2017, and was excited to start her career in such a warm and welcoming school. She is a graduate from the University of St. Mark and St. John, with a degree in Primary Education. During her training, she was fortunate enough to work in a number of schools in Plymouth and Cornwall, as well as working in a school in London.
    Outside of school, she enjoys exploring Cornwall, London and European cities. She also enjoy spending her summers with her family at tractor rallies and is a HUGE Harry Potter and Disney fan!

  • Mrs Megan Coombs (Job share)

    Class 2 (Y3/4)

    Mrs Coombs grew up and went to school in Birmingham. After completing her degree in Manchester where she studied Events Management, she moved to the seaside town of Bude. She has now lived in Bude for five years with her new husband and four year old Sprocker Spaniel, Primrose.
    Mrs Coombs completed her PGCE in schools across Devon and Cornwall, gaining lots of experience in a variety of schools. She enjoys walking in the countryside, reading and socialising with friends and family.

  • Mr Stuart Chorlton

    Class 3 (Y5/6)

    Mr Chorlton joined Egloskerry School in September 2017. He has been teaching for the last 12 years in and around Cornwall, experiencing both large and small schools. He earned a PGCE at Bath Spa University after a BA (Hons) in American Studies from University of Aberystwyth. As part of his degree, Mr Chorlton spent six months at the University of Alabama studying a large range of subjects from Theatre Directing to Russian Folklore.
    Mr Chorlton enjoys football, especially watching Plymouth Argyle, and coached a village youth football team for six years. He also likes to play golf, walking, take aerial photos from his collection of quadcopters and is currently learning to play the bass guitar.
    He lived in Cornwall throughout his childhood, moving back as soon he finished his studies at University. Mr Chorlton currently lives near Liskeard with his wife, children and cat.