Your teacher is: Ms Warren
Favourite subject at school and why: My favourite subject has always been Art. I love that you can be creative, imaginative and get messy, plus everyone can be an artist.
Favourite children's book you have read: I love 'Snail Mail' by Sharon King-Chai. It is a great story about a snail that travels the world sending postcards to his little brother about his journey. Snail Mail is the perfect story to learn about different countries around the world.
What topics are you looking forward to teaching next year: I'm looking forward to teaching everything. As it is my first year at Belmore I'm ready to get stuck in and learn with the children.
Any other info: I'm part of the girlguiding and scouting community, where I now volunteer at a local rainbow and brownie group. I've been fortunate to work at a summer camp in America.
About: Perhaps one of our most familiar flowers of all, the humble common daisy can be seen flowering almost all year-round. Its persistent and widespread growth, heralding the arrival of spring to our gardens, has resulted in children using its flowers to make necklaces (daisy chains) and adults desperately trying to rid their lawns of this so-called 'weed'.
How to spot: The common daisy has spoon-shaped leaves that form a rosette at the base of the plant, it lives close to the ground and among the short grass.
Did you know: A daisy can grow up to up to 10cm.