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Last week, your child brought home a year 3/4 spelling list (A4 sheet). This comprises all of the words that your child should be able to spell accurately by the end of Year 4. We have sent this home just for your records and to inform you of the expectations for the end of the …

LKS2 Exit Point 18.7.19 | 15 Jul 2019

Just a reminder that this Thursday (18.7.19) is the Year 3/4 exit point. As part of this day, the children will be dressing up as evacuees. A letter was sent out earlier this half term, informing parents of suggestions for dressing up. Those children who are school dinners will be receiving a WW2 themed school …

KEY STAGE 1 EXIT POINT  | 15 Jul 2019

Key Stage 1 have been learning all about the history of music this term. We have listened to bands from the past such as The Beatles and The Rolling Stones; talked about how music can affect mood and why we choose to listen to music in the first place. Overwhelmingly – it seems – Tranmere …

On Monday morning at 9.10am, all children from KS1 will be performing our ALPT art entry to parents. The children have been asked to come in their own colourful clothes for the day. We will register the children as normal and then perform on the KS1 playground, facing the steps. At 1pm some of the …

This half term, our topic is made up of a book study (The Bear and the Piano) and a local history study of WW2. As our entry point, the children learnt about the key events of WW2. They worked as groups to develop a sense of chronology;organising events from the war in the correct order. …

This afternoon, Red Kites took some time out to celebrate the wonderful topic entries that have been created this half term. As this half term’s topic has been a book study with a musical twist alongside a local history study (WW2), there were a whole host of different examples. We had gas masks, performances, posters, …

Please can we remind all children in Years 3 and 4 that tomorrow (10.7.19) is our Muddy Puddle Day. We are hoping for sunshine but will be going out come rain or shine. Therefore please can we ask all children to come wearing suitable footwear, (we will be on the banks so wellies are preferable) …

In our English sessions we have been on a very long train ride.  We read the story of ‘The Train Ride’ and saw lots of interesting things on our way.  We acted out the story and then wrote our own wonderful stories.  

This week we have looked at 2-d and 3-d shapes.  We have talked about how many sides they have, played the Kim’s game, sorted them by the different number of sides they have and even made our own pictures.  Also whilst the sun was shinning we went to chalk and draw different shapes on the …

Jacob Phillips from Codswallop CIC, came in to school today to help the children learn more about the history of Guiseley, especially Guiseley Theatre. It was a whistle stop tour of facts and key information of how Guiseley got its name, who paid for St Oswald’s church to be built and who gifted the Guiseley …
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