Birch class - Year 2
Class Teacher - Miss Natalia De Jesus
Teaching Assistants - Mrs Jan Price, Mrs Katie Roberts and Mrs Sharon Blakeley
Our planning documents can be found here Birch
Please click here to see Birch's Parent Weekly Overview
Please find here Birch's Spring Term Learning Overview
Further to our Parents Maths Workshop please find here the Maths overview based on the new national curriculum
Birch Class on World Book Day
Birch Class visited an Indian restaurant and tasted all the different foods and spices as part of their Learning Journey
Birch Class travelled back in time to the Victorian Era
Birch Class travelled to Africa as part of their Learning Journey.
Birch Class have had a busy start to the Autumn Term.
Birch class had a busy Spring term. They started by learning about where our food comes from and how it gets from the farm to our plates. Please see the below photos from our trip to Tescos.
All governors are volunteers. Governors do not need to be education experts. The most effective governors listen, think and ask questions.
Governors do not have any powers as individuals. The governing body exercises its authority collectively.
The main qualifications are:
•a belief that education is important;
•an interest in the role of schools in the community;
•an ability to work with others;
•an ability to assimilate a wide range of information and data;
•a willingness to learn;
•sound communication skills; and
•being prepared to give time to doing the job well.
Schools are fascinating places. Being a governor can be very rewarding because you are:
•investing in the next generation;
•using your personal qualities and expertise to help the school, its pupils and staff;
•developing new skills;
•acquiring new knowledge;
•making new friends; and
•developing a sense of partnership and involvement in the community.
More detailed information is available from the West Sussex County Council website and details of the application process are available from the Clerk to the Governors.