Bulmer Class is for our children in Reception.

Mrs Holdsworth is the teacher and Mrs Thurstans supports the learning in Bulmer class.

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The first few years at school are very important and we try to offer as much support as we can to both our children and parents. We have included below a few documents and items that may be helpful.

Learning Through Play – Letters and Sounds

Phonics Information for Parents

Learning Through Play – Numbers

Learning to Read and Write

We also encourage our parents to complete the following certificates and let the children bring them into school to share with the class.

My Magic Moments

Certificates to go home

During these first couple of years at school we try to familiarise the children with many aspects of school life such as registration, playtime, handwriting and responding to the teacher’s comments on their work. We hope you find the following information useful.

We follow the school marking policy, however here is our ‘Marking Means’ guide to help you. Marking Means 2015 Bulmer. We also use ‘check our work fans’ after we have produced some written work as this helps us to assess how well we have done and if there is anything we need to improve.

We teach the cursive style of handwriting in which all letters start from the line. Check out our ‘Presentation and Handwriting Policy’ on the policy page.

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Class Updates

Terrific Trains!

Our Visit to the National Railway Museum On Wednesday 3rd May Bulmer Class went on a visit to the National Railway Museum in York. The visit linked well with their topic ‘In our time and before’. The children looked at lots of different trains – they are now...
Posted On 04 May 2017

Fabulous Fire Engine!

Some special visitors On Tuesday 2nd May the fire engine from Huntingdon Fire Station came to visit our school. The children from Neville Class and Bulmer Class were able to look around and even sit inside the fire engine. The fireman explained what all the different parts of the...
Posted On 03 May 2017

Nativity 2015

Nativity Performance On Thursday 10th December we celebrated our annual nativity performance. this year’s production was fantastic with beautiful singing and clear, expressive performances from all of the children. A big thank you to all the staff who worked hard to make...
Posted On 18 Dec 2015

Theatre Workshops

As part of our work in raising awareness of anti-bullying, the children participated in some theatre workshops led by Georgie from the Konflux Theatre Company. Howard Class took part in a ‘Play in a day’ called Football Crazy. They identified issues such as name...
Posted On 18 Dec 2015

Skip 2B fit December 2015

Skip – tastic! Everyone had an exhausting but enjoyable day on Wednesday 2nd December when Dave from Skip 2B Fit joined for another round of workshops. During the morning every class took part in a skipping workshops. We thought about what we need to do to be healthy and...
Posted On 18 Dec 2015

Our Hinduism Workshop

On Tuesday 13th October the school participated in a Hinduism day. The workshop linked with our Religious Education topic for the term as well as developing our understanding of different faiths and beliefs. We joined in with some dance and drama then had the opportunity to work...
Posted On 13 Oct 2015

Arrows everywhere!

Watch out – there are arrows about! Our Friday multi-skills club for KS1 has been trying out their archery skills. Mr Warriner our sports coach has run several sessions this term teaching the basic skills. The children have loved having a go and trying to hit the target!
Posted On 06 Oct 2015

Visit to the Railway Museum

Our Visit to the National Railway Museum The children in Bulmer Class had a fantastic visit to the National Railway Museum in York.                   They participated in several workshops to find out about the history of the railways,...
Posted On 15 May 2015

Bulmer Class Newsletter 6

Please click on the link below to view our latest newsletter. March 2015
Posted On 01 Mar 2015
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