September 2021

Take a look at our fabulous art. We have been discussing how artists express themselves through art – the colours, shapes they use, subject matter and research about their final art piece.. We looked at La Femme Qui Pleure by Pablo Picasso, Images of War by Paul Nash, The Scream by Edvard Munch, Cosmic Girl …

Today is World Poetry Day! To help celebrate, School Council have hosted a poetry writing competition. There were lots of amazing entries and they found it incredibly hard to judge! In assembly this morning, 2 winners were announced… Ruby from Herons and Luca from Woodpeckers. A huge well done to everybody that entered! Below are …

Since Sam the Sea Turtle arrived at Tranmere, School Council have been helping him make his way through school to spend some time in every class. This week, he’s made it to Woodpeckers! This afternoon, we’ve spent some time learning all about Sam’s journey (through school and in the sea) and with the help of …

Within our recent Y4 maths lessons, we have been learning to measure, find and calculate the perimeter of regular polygons, irregular polygons and rectilinear shapes. Today, we had a go at a number of different games and challenge activities that helped to test and stretch our learning in this area. We finished off the session …

This week is British Science Week. We began by reading a story called The Most Important Animal of All . When reading, we talked about how different animals bring different things to our environment and the world around us. As a class, we thought that bees were the most important. We labelled a diagram of …

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After a successful term of running ‘Chill Out Tuesday’ for KS2 children, School Council have now swapped their club to allow Reception and KS1 children to attend. So far, it’s been very popular! The children have loved mixing with each other through playing board games, building models, reading, drawing, crafting and dancing (thanks to DJ …

This week in Woodpeckers, we’ve had lots of fun celebrating British Science Week. The theme this year is ‘connections’ which we’ve explored through the book ‘ The Most Important Animal of All’. This book introduces children to the concept of ecosystems, demonstrating just how important the connections between organisms are in keeping our planet running …

Our first Doves Assembly since Covid and the children pulled it out of the bag. We were so proud of their attitude during our rehearsals and how involved they got at adding extra bits into the script. A great performance and your teachers are very proud of you. Well done,,

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