Author Archives: Mr Beech

The 5Bs of home learning | 14 Jan 2021

Afternoon, Tranmere. I hope this message finds you well and that you have enjoyed your learning from this morning. Monday marked the beginning of our home learning offer and, whilst this will be ever evolving, we are delighted with how it has begun; the work submitted on Google Classroom is now indicative of an ever-improving …

Lockdown Learning 3.0 | 06 Jan 2021

Good evening. We have posted in the ‘Stream’ of Google Classroom for each class outlining what our online learning will look like in each year group. This offer will commence from Monday for all classes – the work we set this week may not fully reflect this offer while we get up to speed. Thank …

Nativity 2020:Lockdown Editon | 17 Dec 2020

Merry Christmas everybody! Nativity 2020:Lockdown Editon If this video fails to load – please log onto your child’s Google Classroom to view it there.

This morning we used various fruit (and a peppercorn!) to map out our Solar System to scale. Loo roll was used as a measuring device – can you guess how many MILLION KILOMETERS(!!) each piece represents? Pluto would be over by the goals somewhere (if it were still a planet!)

Relationships and Sex Education Consultation | 11 Dec 2020

We are holding a consultation for parents views on our RSE (Relationships and Sex Education) curriculum Full details can be found on our PSHE & RSE page on our website and our RSE Policy can be found on our Policies page. We would love to hear your thoughts on these via our consultation survey. This survey …

TikTok | 03 Dec 2020

We have been passed this information from another local school and thought it would be useful for parents to be aware of as we are hearing a lot about TikTok in school – particularly from Y4 upwards. If you have any concerns, please contact Mrs Marting or Mr Beech via the school office. Online safety …

Meet Ollee: a virtual friend for children and parents | 02 Nov 2020

From ParentZone: Our new app Ollee is finally here. We’ve worked closely with children and parents to create an early-intervention tool that will help 8-11 year olds with their emotional wellbeing and encourage communication within families. It’s packed with advice about subjects including school, friendships, family life and the internet – and it’s available now, …

This half term, we have been taking our learning about electricity to the next level. We have investigated the effect of adding more cells, bulbs or buzzers to our circuits and then tested our knowledge of conduction to build electronic booby traps. We made our own pressure plate switches and built trip switches too. Here …

Hi Doves and Kingfishers For our Science lessons next week, please can as many children as possible bring in: 2 sheets of strong scrap cardboard (roughly A4 sized) Enough tinfoil to cover each of them Consider this the perfect use for all of those Amazon delivery boxes you have accumulated over lockdown! We will be …
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