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In today’s maths lesson, the children used Base10, Numicon, place value counters and bead strings to represent numbers to 100. To do this, they had to identify the number of tens and ones in each number. A super effort today, Year 2!

Yesterday, the children practised using pictorial representations to count objects from a group. They discussed how many objects they had counted, how many objects were left and how many objects there were altogether. In today’s lesson, we practised representing numbers in different ways. The children used the ‘write it, draw it, show it’ grids to …

This half-term, our English lessons focus on ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’. Skylarks have enjoyed reading the story, asking questions and sequencing the story events. Today, we worked in groups to act out parts of the story. We divided up the roles of mother, tiger, Sophie and father and remembered as many key parts …

Today, Herons practised writing, representing, comparing and ordering numbers to 20. We completed the lesson by recapping our number bonds to 10 and 20. Here we are enjoying our practical maths session!

Today, Skylarks practised writing, representing, comparing and ordering numbers to 20. We completed the lesson by recapping our number bonds to 10 and 20. Here we are enjoying our practical maths session!

Today, Skylarks class have been sorting a range of objects into groups. The children sorted objects according to their colour, size or type. We completed the lesson by recapping our number bonds to 10. Here we are enjoying our practical maths session!

To introduce our new topic, ‘Toys’, KS1 received a letter from The Magic Toymaker! We were asked to build and test out toys in the Toymaker’s workshop. We had lots of fun exploring the different areas, using recycling to build our own toys and dancing to the circus music. We even got some sweets delivered …

Queen Elizabeth II | 12 Sep 2022

Following the sad news of the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Tranmere Park pupils have paid their respects by celebrating and reflecting on her achievements and importance to the UK. Take a look at our pictures below.

Last week, Herons topped up their knowledge of the world by learning about the seven continents and five oceans.

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