Mulberry park Educate Together Primary is committed to working for, and with, the community through education and extra curricular activities. We welcome the opportunity to develop links with local people and organisations through volunteering, shared projects and through lettings of our fabulous building.

Visit the tabs below for further info and let us know if you have further questions and/or ideas!

At Educate Together we actively encourage the involvement of parents and carers in the education of your children. Research shows that children do better in school if parents take an active part in their child’s education.

How can you support your child?

  • Come into the classroom for ‘activity mornings’ every day (currently suspended)
  • Share books with your child and enjoy talking about them
  • Hear them read their school reading book regularly – at least five times a week
  • Find out and learn with your child about the topics they are doing
  • Visit the school often, talk to the teachers and spend time in the classroom – there will be plenty of opportunities to do this throughout the year
  • Shopping and cooking with your child is an excellent way to use maths in an everyday context
  • Attend open days, parent workshops and open evenings
  • Talk to the children about their time in school: visit our ‘Supporting your child at home’ tab below for conversation starters and resources.
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Virtual School Tour 2020/21

Admissions for reception class 2021 are currently open. The deadline for submission is midnight on the 15th January 2021. Applications should be made through your home Local Authority’s Co-ordinated Admissions Scheme. For BANES you can find the information here.

If oversubscribed places at the school will be allocated following our Admissions Policy 2021-22.

Please contact the council Admission Team on 01225 394312 or call us on 01225 696444 if you have any further questions.


All in year applications are done through the school. Please email to arrange a visit or contact us on 01225 696444. To apply for a space please complete the following form: in year application form. This can also be collected from the school office.

Where a parent/carer wishes to appeal the admissions decision the following Appeals Procedure is followed and the form is completed by the parent: Appeals Procedure/Form

The timeline for admissions appeals is as follows: Admission Appeals timetable


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Get Involved: Parents and Volunteers

  • Attend parent forums and parent information afternoon/evenings
  • Become a reading volunteer
  • Helping on school trips and visits to the local area
  • Use your skills and talents to help us – let us know if you have any interests or hobbies that could be incorporated into our school
  • Become a parent Council Member
  • Respond to questionnaires and surveys
  • Talk to the teachers and the Headteacher
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Term dates can be downloaded here:

Term Dates 2020.2021

Key Dates to note are:

HALF TERM: Monday 26th October- Friday 30th 2020

INSET DAY: Monday 2nd November 2020

Children return to school- Tuesday 3rd November 2020

End of term: Friday 18th December 2020


INSET DAY: Monday 4th January 2021

Children return to school: Tuesday 5th January 2021

HALF TERM: Monday 15th February – Friday 19th February 2021

Children return to school: Monday 22nd February 2021

End of term: Wednesday 31st March  2021

INSET DAY: Thursday 1st April 2021


Children return to school – Monday 19th April 2021

Bank Holiday Monday – Monday 3rd May 2021

HALF TERM: Monday 31st May – Friday 4th June 2021

INSET DAY : Monday 7th June 2021

Children return to school: Tuesday 8th June 2021

End of term : Wednesday 21st July 2021

Other events throughout the year will be listed in the events section.

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Find out about what we have been up to in school and any important information that you need to know by looking at our newsletters.

July newsletter

September 19

October 19

February 2020

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Mulberry Park Educate Together has several spaces available for hire.

We are committed to using the school as a community asset and look forward to welcoming members of the community into our building.

At present we are limiting bookings but please let us know your plans and if we can accommodate you safely we will do so.

Spaces available to hire are the School Hall, our Multi Purpose Games Area (MUGA) and our floodlit 4G Pitch (9vs9).

Please see our Lettings Policy for terms and conditions. Please note that these cover all the facilities we hire out.

To enquire please contact the office on or 01225 696444. Availability and prices available on request.

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AS a new school, Mulberry park ET for not yet have a PTA. It is our intention to begin a PTA once restrictions on access to the building are lifted.

Parents, carers or residents interested in joining the PTA should contact the office on

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Mulberry Park Educate Together primary Supporting Your Child at Home


Click the link for a video to support your child to pronounce the sounds:

Reading at home

  • Make time to read together – this should be a calm time for you both to enjoy!
  • Share books, comics, magazines, catalogues – reading is everywhere and isn’t just your child’s reading book!
  • If your child is tired, you read the book and get them to spot tricky words in the book, help you with sounding out words etc.
  • Make mistakes as you read – children love to be the teacher and will correct you!
  • Use bug club – see your child’s reading record for log in details
  • Spend time each day reading – this can be reading signs of shops, practising tricky words, sharing a book, reading labels on items in the cupboard etc.
  • Talk about the book – can the children predict what may happen? can thy find their favourite part?
  • Enjoy reading together!
  • Let your child see you reading at home.
  • Have fun with reading!



  • Using mathematical vocabulary – add, take away, more, less half, full, big, little
  • Encourage and enthuse
  • Value their mathematical mark making
  • Make maths everyday and every moment, maths is everywhere!
  • Ask children to show you. Prove it, Explain it, Draw it! The answer is only the beginning.
  • Allow them time to explore mathematical concepts.
  • Be positive about maths around your child.
  • Build their confidence in their abilities to achieve in maths.
  • Make time in your week to play games, cook, go to the shops and let them buy an item.
  • Spot the maths in their environment.
  • Have fun with MATHS!

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