Year One & Year Two

Year One

Aisha Butt, Khan Class Teacher

Khan Class

Akram Khan is a great dancer. He was born in London but his family are from Bangladesh. He dances fast and tells lots of stories with his dancing using a Kathak and contemporary style. He has performed in lots of shows and even created a dance for the London Olympic opening ceremony in 2012. Akram Khan has won lots of awards for dance and Queen Elizabeth gave him a special award called an MBE for his excellent work.

Year Two 

Zahra Yasmin, Hamilton Class Teacher

Helen Roberts, Jordan Class Teacher

Hamilton Class

Margaret Hamilton is an American computer scientist. She was one of the first computer software programmers. Hamilton was responsible for the software that allowed astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to land on the Moon. Hamilton has received a number of awards and honors, including the 1986 Augusta Ada Lovelace Award for Women in Computing. In 2003 she was awarded the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Exceptional Space Act Award. Former President Barack Obama awarded her the U.S. Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor, in 2016.

Jordan Class

Michael Jordan was born in America and played basketball. When he was in school, he did not make the basketball team as he was too short. Michael Jordan did not give up and kept practicing to become better at basketball. His team won three times in a row and he also won gold medals at the Olympics.

 Dawn Simmonds, Teaching Assistant 

Misbah Sheikh, Teaching Assistant

Cheryl Parker, Teaching Assistant

 Issy Dance, Teaching Assistant 

Isela Portillo, Teaching Assistant

Cheryl Dann, Teaching Assistant