Why did you decide to be a teacher? When I was 14 I came and did work experience at George Grenville School (it was called Grenville Combined school back then). I loved it so much that every since then I was determined to work in a school. Is being a teacher like you thought it would be? It is and it isn't! Teaching is wonderful in lots of ways and not one day is ever the same. You never quite know what sort of day you might have! What lessons do you enjoy teaching most? Despite not enjoying it very much at school, I really enjoy teaching Maths but I also love teaching English and Art. If you weren't teaching, what would your dream job be? I'm really not sure! I can't see myself doing anything else! What was your favourite subject at school? I loved Art and Design Technology at secondary school. What were you told off for at school? Talking...always talking!!
Year One have been busy learning about the seasons and at the end of our topic we went for a rather chilly autumnal walk! We spotted squirrels, ducks and pet dogs on our travels and enjoyed the autumnal views of Buckingham from Chandos Park.
As year one have been learning about seasons, we used a selection of autumn vegetables to make a delicious soup. We practised our peeling and chopping skills and worked as a great team – the end product was so tasty, some of us even had a second helping!.
Gabriel’s big break! The children made a fantastic effort with our nativity this year, telling the story of Gabriel and how he finally got his big break! Thank you to all the families that came to support the children. And special thanks to Mrs Lightbody and Mrs Thompson who helped with costumes.