Please check your child's book bag for the sentence they need to learn for the church visit next Wednesday and help them learn it.
Mrs Tomes-Rolt and Mrs Hogg.
Happy New Year!
We hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and we wish you a Happy New Year.
We are now learning about Homes, Buildings and Castles. Please see the note below about sending in a photo of your house or a room in your house. (There is an email address below.) Also if your child has any books, leaflets, information on castles then they are welcome to being them in to share in class.
We are also reading a range of Traditional Tales so again if the children have some of these stories at home, they are welcome to bring them in. Please read traditional tales together at home.
Spring Term Topic - Castles
The children are very excited to be starting our new topic on 'Castles' in the new year. We have a couple of requests. Firstly, if you have any books, leaflets or photographs about castles we would love to see them, plus if you have ever visited a castle with your child then please remind them of what you saw. learned and experienced.
Secondly, we would like your child to take a photo of any room in your house and email it to us at school. We will be looking for similarities and differences between their home and a castle.
We have set up a new email account which is just for home learning activities. If you need to contact the school for any other reason, please use the usual email address for the school office. When the photos have been used in lessons then they will be deleted.
The email address is:- email@example.com
Please write your child's name in the subject box.
Have a wonderful break-relax and have fun!
See you in the New Year - 2019!
A big thank you to all the grandparents who came and made our decoration day such a joy. We hope they are all now glue and glitter free.
Dare we say... Christmas?
Christmas is coming fast and so it's nearly time for our concert. This year we are performing Babushka.
Our performances are on Wednesday 12th December and Thursday 13th December at 9.30.
By now you all know who or what you are in our play and the costume requests have been sent home. Please keep working on learning any lines you have been given.We are amazed at how well you have done so far.
Do you want to be a master mathematician?
Silly question of course you do! Check out this website and play the online addition game if you can,it will really help your fast recall of number facts, the more you do it the quicker you will get. Set the number value to 5+5. Good luck! We hope you enjoy it.
Show and Tell
In Mulberry Class we will be having show and tell each Friday afternoon. Children, you will be invited one by one to bring an object into school. This needs to be in a bag or box and out of the sight of others as we are going to ask 10 questions to see if we can find out what the item is. Make sure you know lots about your item as we may ask tricky questions. REMEMBER to wait for your invite before bringing your item in.
We are still happy to share certificates/ medals and very special news when we have time.
We have a question for you!
Monkey and me,
Monkey and me,
Monkey and me,
We went to see some.......
What animals would Mrs Tomes-Rolt and Mrs Hogg choose to see?
We hope you have had a lovely time over the summer and we are sure you are now ready to start the new school year, so welcome to Mulberry Class.
We are looking forward to getting to know the children new to our class and continuing our learning journey with our year two children. The Mulberry staff, children and families will all be working together so that we have a very exciting and productive year. We hope that you enjoy the new challenges and approaches to learning, along with all the fun that Key Stage 1 has to offer!
Mrs Hogg, Mrs Tomes-Rolt and our wonderful support staff.
This term's topic is:
Me and my world.