Pine (AM)

Class teacher: Ms Mughal & Ms Elahi

Teacher Bio

Favourite subject at school and why: I love teaching art because the children are all able to create something they are proud of and there is no wrong answer! They can be as creative as they like and it is something they all enjoy.

Favourite children's book you have read: Going on a bear hunt!

What topics are you looking forward to teaching next year: I am excited about teaching all of our wonderful projects it will be interesting to see how the children respond to the topics and what they learn from them.

Any other info: I Love animals and have two pet hamsters called Oreo and Rex

Fact File

Name: Pine

About: Black pine is triangular when young, becoming flat-topped with age. The bark is rough and grey-brown to black in colour and the branches are dense. Twigs are hairless, yellowish-brown and ridged. It is a fast-growing tree, gaining 33–61cm (13–24 inches) per year, and can live to over 500 years old.

Look out for: the scales on the cones which are thick and have rounded ends.