Our Classes

Welcome to Mulberry Park Educate Together. These class pages and blogs are set up to give you relevant information about what we have been up to this term. Please visit us regularly and let us know which information is useful and if you have any suggestions for content.

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Welcome to Arctic Fox class!

Our Class Teacher is Tash and our Teaching Assistant is Jess.

We enjoy working with our children, families and the local community to give the children many exciting learning opportunities throughout their year in Reception.

In Reception we learn through play and exploration, we enjoy independent learning time (discovery time) both inside and outside. We have carpet sessions for Phonics, Maths and English to support and build on our learning.

To find out more about the learning we will be doing during the year, have a look at our curriculum overview and timetable by clicking on the links below.

We share lots of our learning via Tapestry and encourage parents to contribute to their child’s learning journal too. This means that children can share their learning with their teachers and friends!

Keep a look out for photographs, work and events that take place in Arctic Fox class!

Woodland Knowledge Organiser Yr1

Topic Web Woodland Adventure YR

Remote Home Learning Plan can be found on our Home Learning page in OUR CLASSES.

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Arctic Foxes have had a busy first couple of weeks back in class!


We have enjoyed spending time in our library exploring the books together.


In English we have been learning a new story Goldilocks and the Three bears. We have been learning to orally retell the story using storytelling actions, drawing story maps for the story and sequencing events. Next week, we will be making wanted posters for Goldilocks and writing descriptions of her.


In Maths, we have been learning to recognise and describe circles and triangles. We have enjoyed spotting these shapes in our environment, sorting them, making our own circles and triangles, observing  art work by Kandinsky, creating our own circle and triangle artwork and printing with 3D shapes to find which ones have circles and triangles on their faces.


In Learn Together sessions, we have been learning about Remembrance day. We enjoyed making our own poppies, writing our wishes for the future world, decorating pebbles with poppies and placing these in our sensory garden.

 


September 2020 – Phonics Workshop

Recording of Reception Class Phonics Workshop

 

 

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Welcome to Hedgehog Class

Our Class Teacher is Alison and our Teaching Assistant is Angela. Fiona works mornings and Becky works afternoons in Year 1.

We enjoy working with our children, families and the community to give the children many exciting learning opportunities throughout the year.

In Year 1 we build on the foundations of the Reception year, following the National Curriculum.

 

Remote Home Learning Plan can be found on our Home Learning page in OUR CLASSES.

Please visit Our Curriculum for more information.

 

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We had a lovely start to Year 1 getting to know all the new systems in the class. We did enjoy going up to Library for our first session and reading some of the new books we have in the library – and a few favourites!

 

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Welcome to Bumblebee class!

Our Class Teacher is Laura and Emma teaches us each week. Our Teaching Assistant is Tracy.

We enjoy working with our children, families and the local community to give the children many exciting learning opportunities throughout their year in Year 2.

In Year 2, we follow the National Curriculum alongside our Learn Together Curriculum. We work in a variety of ways such as whole class, small groups, paired and independent activities in order to broaden our knowledge and understanding.

To find out more about the learning that takes place in Year 2, have a look at our current curriculum topic overview, vocabulary web and timetable by clicking the links below.

Keep a look out for photographs, work and events that take place in Bumblebee class!

Y2 timetable autumn

Y2 Topic Web T3 Spring

Y2 Vocab Web T3 Spring

Remote Home Learning Plan can be found on our Home Learning page in OUR CLASSES.

 

 

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We have had a busy first couple of weeks back in Bumblebee class!

In English, we have started a new text: Traction Man by Mini Grey. We unwrapped a present (Traction Man) and have written the story of his adventure in the

kitchen sink. Next week, we will plan and write our own Traction Man adventure stories.

In Maths, we have been using base 10 to subtract two numbers.

In outdoor PE, we have learnt how to put on and wear a tag belt. We played different games to practise pulling the tag safely and correctly.

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Please find attached plans for Remote Learning in case of closures or lockdown situations:

Contingency Plan Sep 2020

Reception Remote Learning Plan Term 3

Year 1 Remote Learning Plan term 3

Year 2 Remote Learning Plan term 3

Year 1 and 2 are using Seesaw for remote learning, please click the link for tutorials: https://web.seesaw.me/parents

Staff Story Share

Visit our Your Tube channel to see our staff share their favourite stories:

Songs that we have learnt already

Other useful resources:

BBC bitesize Daily lessons: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

The National Academy daily lessons: https://www.thenational.academy

Ideas for things to do at home

100 ways to have fun with your child: https://zenhabits.net/100-ways-to-have-fun-with-your-kids-for/

101 things to do that cost nothing: https://www.mykidstime.com/things-to-do/101-things-to-do-with-kids-that-will-cost-nothing-but-time/

100 things to do outside: https://www.learningmama.com/things-to-do-outside-summer/

Activities to do whilst self-isolating

https://www.northshoremums.com.au/fun-home-activities-with-kids

https://www.123homeschool4me.com/101-fun-things-to-do-in-covid-19-isolation/

Mindfulness/Yoga activities: https://www.cosmickids.com

Science activities: https://www.science-sparks.com/kitchen-science-round-up/

Kids 5 minute workouts: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyCLoPd4VxBvPHOpzoEk5onAEbq40g2-k&fbclid=IwAR3LPfSAoNRBwYbTkUGeK4O3KtHi_4z-rdcLqlJtopdofheJdVNYN0c_CoI

Health, Mental health and wellbeing resources: https://imoves.com/the-imovement

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Article 3: The best interests of the child must be a top priority in all things that affect children.

Article 12: Every child has the right to have a say in all matters affecting them, and to have their views taken seriously.  

At Mulberry Park ET we have a strong focus on collaboration, engagement and stewardship involving the children in decision making and discussions to further develop our school. Children in our school know their rights and know that as a staff we are here to listen to their views and ideas.

Our Pupil Council representatives were involved in a week long campaign and were elected onto the Council by the other children in their class. Our Pupil Council meet regularly to bring forward any suggestions, ideas or issues to Emma and our teachers.

 

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