November 2021

We have had a great time putting our mathematical skills to the test to create scaled models of maya temples studied in our Topic lessons. Not only did the children have to use exact measurements, they were also given the opportunity to practise their sawing skills – no fingers were lost in the process! Once …

In our class, we have been looking at the digestive system. We labelled an image of our digestive system and discussed how it works. We discussed new vocabulary such as Oesophagus, Pancreas, and the small and large Intestines. There was another new word which the class found very funny – why don’t you ask them …

To conclude our topic, investigating The Mayans, we have designed, created and evaluated our own pyramid and landscape. It wasn’t easy. As we have found out, The Mayan’s were a very intelligent civilisation and created beautiful pyramids with minimal technology. We had to measure accurately each level of the pyramid to ensure each level would …

We have had a wonderful time today. We got out our winter warmers and braved the cold and wet weather. We then went exploring around the school grounds so that we could make our own Santa sleigh and Christmas pudding.  We mixed different types of leaves to make our mixture. Then we found pine needles, …

Eagles Trip | 03 Dec 2021

We had a great day at Bradford Industrial Museum. We took part in a workshop where we got to do sorting, combing, carding, twisting and weaving. We had the opportunity to see the mill machines in action and explore the rest of the museum. We had a great day!

This afternoon in Red Kites we’ve had a VERY fun time learning all about the digestive system. Firstly, we looked at all the major organs involved in the process. Then, we got stuck into the messy part… Below is a picture of each stage of the digestion process. Why not ask us what’s happening at …

Tranmere Times 3.12.21 | 03 Dec 2021

This week in maths we have talked about different patterns within the environment. We have created some super patterns using colour and shape too. As part of our learning we challenged ourselves to record our own work.

This week, Heron’s class were extremely excited to be taking their learning outside of the walls of our wonderful school. This was the children’s first school trip since the pandemic and the children were thoroughly looking forward to the day. The day did not disappoint! The coach journey itself was a highlight and when we …

In Topic today, we were tasked with the job of creating a biography of Boudicca. To begin, we discussed what a biography is and why somebody might write one. Then, we looked at its key features through a biography example of Tom Daley. Next, we decided on some key headings that would be good to …
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