January 2017

We had a great day on our trip to Harlow Carr. The sun shone and we had lots of fun exploring the deciduous and evergreen trees. The children were ready for their lunch after the workshop and then enjoyed exploring the grounds.  Eagles even had time to play on the different adventure playgrounds.

Are you a two-zero hero? | 23 Oct 2018

Have you read this months Safer Roads Leeds Blog?

As part of our topic about ‘Ourselves’ the children designed and made their own face biscuits today.  They had to think carefully about which coloured sweets to put on to match their facial features and also where on their faces each part should go.  It was great to see super spreading skills with the icing …

The last 3 weeks Skylarks have been improving their balancing skills doing lots of different games to help them balance better. Today we finished with a game of ‘Buckaroo’ Children worked in groups to load up their partner with different equipment and see how long they could balance before dropping everything. There were different challenges …

Fun with leaves | 22 Oct 2018

Tranmere Times 19.10.18 | 19 Oct 2018

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Parent Consultations Booking Link | 19 Oct 2018

Please find below the booking link for the Autumn Parent Consultations https://ptcfast.com/schools/Tranmere_Park_Primary_School

Herons have been learning all about traditional tales in English. This week, we read and retold the story of  The Frog and the Scorpion, learning all about the phrase: It’s just in my nature! Have a look at our storyboards below…  

This week in topic we have been learning about our five senses.  We tasted lots of different foods to see if we thought they would be salty, bitter, sweet or sour.   We have also used our sense of touch to describe different objects and learnt words like hard, soft, cold and prickly to describe how …

This week we have been learning to recognise and write our names. We learnt that our name starts with a capital letter and we write all the other letters in lower case.  We then had to find the correct letters and match them to our name cards. It has been tricky, but we have worked …
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