We have held several workshops this half term to support parents to understand learning in the early years, these include a phonics workshop and a primary basics workshop.

BBC Children in Need at Mulberry Wood Wharf was a huge success this year raising £337 for the charity.

The children came to school wearing yellow and/or spotty clothes for Children In Need. Many children baked cakes with their families, which they brought in to compete in The Great Mulberry Wood Wharf Bake-Off. Everyone had such brilliant cakes, and we all got to enjoy them in the bake sale at the end of the day.

This term the children marked Anti-Bullying Week by learning about kindness and what makes a good friend, they also wore odd socks for the day to show that it’s ok to be different.

The theme of this year’s Anti-Bullying Week was “Reach Out,” so the children learned about friendship, acts of kindness and being kind to others. They also celebrated how we are all different and unique by wearing odd socks.

Our new building in Wood Wharf is coming along brilliantly and we can’t wait to move during the spring/summer terms. We are excited to have placed some wonderful banners on the exterior of the building to inform passers-by that Mulberry Wood Wharf will be based there.

For the school’s first ever trip, the children of Tiger Class went to Mudchute Farm, where they met sheep, goats, cows, pigs, chickens and even alpacas! The children loved learning about all the animals and what they are kept for, as well as the chance to explore their local area more.

For Halloween, the children dressed up as different characters and told different stories facilitated by their costumes.

We are delighted to share our annual Going Places destinations publication with you. It is a celebration of the impressive examination results achieved by our Year 13 students in 2022 and a testament to their resilience and commitment throughout their educational journey with us.

Over 80% of Year 13 students across the Mulberry Schools Trust went on to gain a place at university whilst others embarked on other further study, degree apprenticeships or entered the world of work.

Please download the publication below and find out what some of our students had to say!

During the week, the children learned all about Diwali and discussed how we celebrate special times with our families. The class looked at different items associated with Diwali, including traditional clothing and rangoli patterns.

Celebrating a variety of culture’s festivals is weaved into Mulberry Wood Wharf’s curriculum: while the children were still arriving and settling in, they commemorated Rosh Hashanah by baking small honey cakes and drizzling honey over slices of apple.

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