December 2015

As part of our maths work, Eagles have been identifying and describing the properties of 2D and 3D shapes. They have completed lots of different activities to help them identify them and come up with ways to remember tricky spelling.

PTA Spending | 24 Jan 2020

Over £4000 has been spent on purchasing a new reading scheme for EYFS and Y1. A big thank you to Mr Wright and Mr McCaul who spent many hours backing them all.  Look out for them in book bags from next week. Next we would like to supplement the LKS2 and Y2 reading scheme books. …

Tranmere Times 24.1.20 | 24 Jan 2020

24.01.20 ACC Timetable A4 Spring 2020 Leeds Rhinos, St Marys Menston Camp

Today the children took part in a fantastic Muddy Puddle day – and thankfully the weather was beautiful all day!  We linked to our topic of ‘Let’s Pretend’ and completed so many different tasks.  Firstly we found natural materials and used them to make collages of dragon faces, as Chinese New Year is coming up.  …

For our Entry Point, we discussed what an island is and how they are formed. We also found out that there are different types of islands around the world. We then used the globes and atlases to find and identify the British Isles.

On Tuesday afternoon, Year 3 and 4 hunkered down in our Volcano Disaster Relief Centre and planned how they would stay fit and healthy if a volcano errupted in the surrounding area! They looked at the equipment and provisions that were available to them in school, came up with a list of essential items and used …

Tranmere Times 17.1.19 | 17 Jan 2020

17.01.20

We challenged the children to build their own structure out of cocktail sticks and marshmallows. The aim was to build the best – but what ‘the best’ means is open ended e.g. it might be the tallest, the biggest, the strongest.

Today both classes had their first sports sessions run by coaches from Guiseley AFC Foundation.  The children loved meeting and getting to know both Connor and Olivia, who had excellent games and activities planned for them.  (Ask your child if they can remember how to play the pirate game!)  We hope your child told you …

We  challenged the children to build their own structure out of cocktail sticks and marshmallows. The aim was to build the best – but what ‘the best’ means is open ended e.g. it might be the tallest, the biggest, the strongest.