Learning Support Assistant
In Tyburn Class we have our lower Key Stage 2 children, Year 3 and 4. It can be quite a leap from Key Stage 1 and our job is to make this transition as successful as possible. Miss Boyle then has the important role of building solid learning foundations in preparation for children moving to Old John with confidence. There is an important balance of core and foundation subjects, Miss Boyle has told us that Tyburn class are particularly passionate about French. Tres bien!
A little bit about Miss Boyle…
A little bit about Mrs Botterill…
Outside of work I really enjoy horseriding, which is something I know I share in common with Ms Brooks. I love to cook and find this a very relaxing thing to do, I think my best dish is a lasagne. Over the last few years I have given time to support charity work with my family members as I believe this is an important thing to do. I have supported charitable activities that have raised money for LOROS and am keen to see how we can build further links with the hospice.
A little bit about Ms Hindocha…
I really enjoy being outdoors and going for long walks with my family, whatever the weather! I also try to stay active and keep fit, recently I have been joining in with a bootcamp which I find hard work but great fun.
Please click the Day one tasks to see what exciting lessons we have for day one of home learning. We are starting our new Blue Planet topic with a special lesson from BBC! All the activity sheets for this lesson are available below and through the link in Day One Tasks.