Welcome to y2gd
I am so excited to teach some of you for the first time and some of you again! It will be lovely to see how much you’ve grown and changed since Foundation Stage.
We are very lucky to have Mrs Stickland as our Teaching Assistant next year. This year she worked across Key Stage 1 so children will already be familiar with her and it will be nice for them to see a familiar face in September. She is a very experienced Key Stage 1 TA and she will make a huge difference to the children’s learning, we are so lucky to have her in our class!
Our classroom is the 3rd classroom on the Key Stage 1 corridor. As you walk through the playground you will pass the entrance to Year 1 (within its own yard), then door that opens directly from the Y1/2 classroom and then our classroom is accessed from the cloakroom entrance. I look forward to seeing you all in September and can’t wait to start our new year of learning!
Hi, I’m Mrs Ditchburn and I’ve taught at Aston Hall since 2012 and one other school at the other side of Sheffield previously.
From September, we will be welcoming Miss Lucy Davenport as a trainee teacher. She will be supporting learning across Year 2 throughout the year and we are so pleased to welcome her to the Aston Hall team! Miss Davenport enjoys Disney and Football and is an experienced PE coach.
This year’s main topics:
PE day to be confirmed.
Hi, I’m Mrs James, I have worked at Aston Hall School for 8 years, as a teaching assistant. I have worked across both Foundation stage and Key stage 1 and I love working closely with the children and helping them develop. Getting to know each of their unique personalities is such a
I have 2 teenage children, both of whom enjoyed attending Aston Hall school. When I’m not working I enjoy cooking, and have worked for the food industry in the past.
Hi, I’m Mrs Stickland. I’ve been a Teaching Assistant at Aston Hall for 5 years and was a volunteer here for 2 years before that. I have always worked within the childcare and social work industry and trained as a Nursery Nurse when I left school. I love being a part of primary school life and I have a passion to support all children to achieve their best potential in all areas and believe this is gained by helping them to feel safe and happy.
I have a 12 year old son who used to be a pupil at Aston Hall and a crazy Border Terrier called Poppy who makes us laugh every day.