December 2016

Tranmere Times 9.12.22 | 09 Dec 2022

Look how excited Herons were about wearing Christmas jumpers!

This morning, the children undertook the farm project. The purpose of this was to apply their understanding of number to a real-world setting. As farmers, they had to: select the best crop based upon the weather forecast, decide whether rental costs for machinery and salary costs for staff would lead to increased profits and present …

We are all so excited to show you our nativity tomorrow. Here is our programme in case you would like to print a copy to keep and some pictures of a few of our costumes when we tried them on! Baaarmy Bethlehem Programme

Today, LKS2 have had a Science day. During one of our sessions, we looked at seed dispersal. To begin with, we discussed what seed dispersal is and why plants need to disperse their seeds. Then, we investigated the different ways in which plants do this. Finally, we had a go at creating our own “plants” …

Today, LKS2 have taken part in a live Christmas reading event with Mr.Dilly. We met children’s authors Mel Taylor-Bessent, Andy Griffiths, Robin Stevens, Jenny Pearson, Sam Langley-Swain, and Ian Eagleton who told us all about the Christmas books they have written. We really enjoyed the reading Andy Griffiths did from his 156 Storey Treehouse Christmas …

KS1 Nativity 2022 | 05 Dec 2022

For the first time in front of an audience, KS1 performed ‘Baubles’. We are so proud of all of them and their performance! Attached is the official programme. Baubles Programme 2022  

Tranmere Times 2.12.22 | 02 Dec 2022

For our topic exit point we enjoyed visiting Jorvik to discover the sights, sounds and smells of the Viking Age. We also visited The DIG which gave the children a hands-on experience of being an archaeologist by digging for evidence in the digging pits and putting their enquiry skills to the test. There were many …

Today was KS1s Muddy Puddles Day and despite the especially cold weather, the children enjoyed a wide array of activities in the wonderful great outdoors. The morning’s activities focused on knots. The children learnt to tie a one thread and two thread knot before progressing on to tying their shoe laces! The children persevered so …