Year Five & Year Six

Year 5

Farah Osman, Mandela Class Teacher

Mandela Class

Nelson Mandela was undeniably one of the most important figures of the 20th century, celebrated worldwide for his impact on human rights and social justice. His significance lies not only in his role as the first democratically elected President of South Africa but also in his commitment to dismantling apartheid, which oppressed the majority of the country's population. Mandela's remarkable journey from prisoner to peacemaker symbolises the power of forgiveness, reconciliation and unity. 

Year 6

Chris Ward, Attenborough Class Teacher

Attenborough Class

Sir David Attenborough is an inspirational broadcaster, presenter and conservationist. He is best known for television programs focusing on our planet and the animals that live on it. He holds the prestigious lifetime achievement award, which he won in 2022 for the protection of our planet and its nature. He was also knighted by the late Queen in 1985 for his services to television broadcasting and conservation. 

His passion is to explore our vast planet and he has a desire to protect it for future generations. 

Rajani Manoj, Teaching Assistant

Wendy Pogson, Teaching Assistant

Jess Hammond, Teaching Assistant