May 2020

Today, Puffins have REALLY, REALLY REALLY enjoyed Break the Rules Day. We’ve had pancakes and waffles for breakfast, drama and horse-riding lessons, crazy hair, and danced on the playground for England. #ItsComingHome

Today, Puffins have REALLY, REALLY REALLY enjoyed Break the Rules Day. We’ve had pancakes and waffles for breakfast, drama and horse-riding lessons, crazy hair, and danced on the playground for England. #ItsComingHome

Today, year 5 visited Guiseley High to take part in a taster day themed around a journey to Mars. After being split into different groups with Mentson and Guiseley Primary, they took part in a range of sessions including Science, Textiles, Food Tech, Maths, Drama and Art.

Skylarks learnt that a landmark is something that stands out in an area e.g. a building, bridge, lake, river, sculpture – or something else. They might be special because they are big, nice to look at or really old. We listened to the story of ‘Katie in London’ which featured lots of landmarks and had …

Each week, children will bring home a weekly homework sheet and new spellings to learn. We will alternate between Maths and Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPaG)/Phonics worksheets.  Homework will be sent out in book bags on Mondays and should be completed and returned by the following Monday. Please send this homework back into school, noting …

Today, the children got to meet some interesting animals and found out lots of fun facts about them. The animals included: – a very big snake – a very smelly meerkat – a very hairy tarantula – a very wise owl – a very cute tortoise – a very wriggly millipede Ask your children their …

Tranmere Times 05.07.24 | 05 Jul 2024

Trolling is the act of making inflammatory comments or behaving in an abusive manner online to hurt the feelings of others or provoke a reaction from them  It is estimated that in 2022, over a third (34%) of people in the UK who suffered online abuse were specifically victims of trolling. The repercussions of this type …

Skylarks Year 2s have moved onto length and height in maths and over the last few days they have been putting their measuring skills to the test, measuring a range of objects in cm and m. The children enjoyed exploring our school, measuring desks, tables, cupboards and so much more. Here we are in action!