Tiger Class

Tiger Class

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Welcome to the Tiger class webpage

Class email address 

Please use the tiger class email address to contact Mrs Rushton –  tigerclass@molehillprimaryacademy.org.uk

You can also contact the school through the contactus@molehillprimaryacademy.org.uk

Term 1

This term our Transdiciplinary theme is  – Who we are.

Within this theme the children will be exploring the central idea Changes in our lives can affect the form of our beliefs, values, health and interactions.

During the term we will be aiming to answer the following questions – What makes me special? What makes me an individual? What is my world like now? How has it changed? How do I interact with my world? How am I part of the community? How can I develop more links with my friends, family and community? What are my beliefs? What are the beliefs of others? How are my beliefs connected to others? What role does the church play in my community?

Please see our class newsletter below for more information –

Newsletter Term 1

Sustainable development goals

As part of every inquiry we focus on a sustainable development goal. Please see the image below for an overview of all 17 sustainable development goals. This term we are focusing on the 3rd sustainable development goal – Good health and wellbeing.



Learner profile attributes

In school we encourage the children to meet the different learner profile attribute below. We discuss these regularly and related lots of our learning to them. Please ask your children about what the different attributes mean and ask them how they link to our current inquiry.



Below are a range of links to websites you can access to support your child’s learning at home –

Reading at home

Please use the following link to the Oxford Owls website where you can access over 100 phonics based ebooks. Remember reading daily is so important for your child’s learning.


You can access a parent’s guide to supporting your child with their phonics learning through the following link –


Here is a guide to choosing the correctly levelled book to support your child home reading –

Oxford Reading tree – guide to finding decodable books

Here is a poster with 7 top tips for supporting your child’s reading at home –



Online stories

Reading at home and sharing stories with your children is so important. To help you support your children with this Amazon has cancelled the subscription of books and audio stories for children and students of all ages, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.
All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet using the following link:    https://stories.audible.com/start-listen
The Literacy Trust have created a beautiful online book called The Book of Hopes. It’s totally free and made up of short stories, poems and illustrations by over one hundred children’s writers. Have a look using the link below –

Phonics websites

Please also visit the following websites to play some fun games linked to phonics and maths –

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/freeIndex.htm          Username: march20       Password: home


From Monday 27 April, online phonics lessons are available from Letters and Sounds for home and schoolplease read the letter linekd below for more information –

Letter to parents and carers about online phonics lessons



Maths websites

In school we follow a scheme called White Rose. Please see the link below to their home learning resources. The children enjoy solving white rose problems in school and are familiar with the format of questions.



Here are some other Maths focused websites with fun games and activties –








Also remember to keep playing timetables rockstars using your logins.




PE activities

Please use the following links to access some PE based activities you can access at home.

Joe Wicks the Body coach will be completing a live PE lesson at 9am through his youtube channel –


You can also access fun activities to complete at home through the resources section on the get set website –


Andy from CBeebies has also made some fun animal workout videos. Please check the link below for these –



Wellbeing and mindfulness activities

The red cross has developed a lovely resource called the kindness calendar. It focuses on children find a kind act to do every day during the corona virus pandemic.


The cosmic kids yoga youtube channel is full of fun videos for children to follow. They can take part in a range of different yoga lessons (sone linked to films such as Frozen and Trolls)  and also practice relaxation and meditation by completing some of their Zen Den and Peace out guided relaxations.






Key class information

Class teacher Monday to Thursday – Mrs Rushton

PPA and Friday class teacher – Miss Cuthbertson

Learning Support Assistant – Mrs Winch

Spellings – Sent out on Monday, tested on Friday.

PE – Monday