October 2014

Today we listened to different types of music. We heard sounds that were loud and quiet. We also talked about how we could make with our voices load and quiet. We then looked at  sounds around the environment and sorted them into a set of  loud and quiet sounds. We made up some fantastic tunes …

We combined our Muddy Puddle Day with our exit point and spent the day exploring the trees within our school grounds. We learnt the difference between deciduous and evergreen trees, identified the names of trees by looking closely at their leaves and then completed a tree/leaf study. The biggest challenge of the day for us …

Eagle Class Muddy Puddle Day and Exit point | 21 Oct 2020

This half term, our topic has been ‘Our World.’ This week we combined our Muddy Puddle Day with our exit point and explored the trees within our school grounds. We learnt the difference between deciduous and evergreen trees, identified the names of trees by looking closely at their leaves and then completed a tree/leaf study. …

Today Skylarks had their first Muddy Puddles Day today and we loved it. We learned the difference between evergreen and deciduous trees and sorted leaves we found into these two groups. We then looked at the leaves we had collected and used a leaf identification sheet to learn which trees they belonged to. We made …

Over this half term we have learnt a lot about ‘Ourselves.’ We have settled well in to our new school environment, made new friends, talked about our families and celebrated how unique we all are.  Today we made our own little faces talking about all the different features. We then used different types of media …

Today marked our second Muddy Puddle session of the half-term. We spent the morning outside in the school grounds completing two different tasks. First, we used natural materials to create number equations. Different materials matched to different numbers and we had to create number sentences related to these. Everyone really got involved and particularly enjoyed …

Tranmere Times 16.10.20 | 16 Oct 2020

Tranmere Times 16.10.20

Tonight your child will bring home a library book for you to share with them over the weekend. In addition to this, your child will also bring home a reading scheme book. These are currently picture books to encourage you to talk about the stories. Within these books, there is a parent guide that enables …

This week Skylarks have been learning about the weather. Learning about the symbols used for forecasts and how the weather can be different up and down the country. They then had a go at predicting the weather themselves, they worked in pairs and wrote a script and then presented them to the class. Some definite meteorologists …