Author Archives: Mr Beech

Over the last few months we have been carefully cultivating our very own potatoes. Today, we finally got to dig them up and enjoy them all together with some home(school!)grown mint and butter* *For the avoidance of doubt (and to satisfy one Kingfisher who felt strongly that this was clarified), the butter wasn’t made here …

Parent Survey – Have your say | 14 Jul 2021

Now is the time of year that we plan ahead for our school priorities for the forthcoming academic year.  It is important that we have responses that let us know how well we are doing, but also that we know about any improvements that could be made. We are always keen to include parent feedback …

CEOP Parent Info closure | 12 Jul 2021

CEOP Parent Zone are no longer providing their ‘Parent Info’ news feed for us. You will still be able to access a wealth of resources for parents and carers via the Parent Zone and NCA-CEOP websites. Parent Zone sits at the heart of modern family life, providing advice, knowledge and support to shape the best possible …

(We hope) It’s coming home! | 09 Jul 2021

This afternoon, we investigated the effects of moving a light source on the shape of our shadows. This concluded our work on Light this half term where we investigated lots of the properties of light (sorry there weren’t many pictures but all of our investigating has taken place in the dark.*) *These are the best …

Hi all! Just a quick reminder that tomorrow is a muddy puddle day. Make sure you come ready for a day of outdoor excitement!

Report written by the Kingfishers who were still here after 3pm (when we had cleaned up). Today we have been investigating mixtures and solutions. We mixed Dihydrogen monoxide* with paperclips, sand and rice to form a mixture. Into this, we then dissolved salt. We discussed the difference between a mixture and a solution. Mr Beech …

Safer Internet Day – Spotting Fake News | 09 Feb 2021

Thinking critically and spotting fake news Original article here deagreez/stock.adobe.com Fake news, unfortunately, is everywhere. Online rumours, conspiracy theories and scams have a tendency to spread like wildfire across social media. They’re hard to resist because they play on emotions that are quick to arouse – fear, fury, hatred. We feel these emotions and then …

The 5Bs of home learning | 14 Jan 2021

Afternoon, Tranmere Park. 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 …

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 …
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