The mulberry tree has come to represent different ideas among different cultures. It has been the sign of nature, faith and growth. The mulberry tree thrives in Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Its berries are edible, its supple wood is good for carving and its bark and leaves are used to make paper.
Welcome to Mulberry's class page. We hope this page will give you a little insight into what is happening in class. Over the year, plenty of the children's work will be uploaded as well as numerous photos of the children in action. Mr Hands, Miss Greenwood and Mrs Fairfax will be working alongside the children in the class.
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