On Tuesday, Year 3/4 were visited by the Minister of Chocolate. We learnt lots of fascinating facts about chocolate including: its history, where it comes from, the different types, chocolate world records, fair-trade and even how to make our own! Check out the pictures below…
This Friday, as part of water safety awareness, all Year 4 swimmers will need to bring their pyjamas in addition to their usual swimming kit. Thanks,
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This week’s task: throw the yellow ball… Part two: your partner must get their ball as close to your ball as possible.
This week’s task: find the pain au chocolat (yes, very Tranmere I know – it was meant to be doughnuts but it’s been a little busy this week in school and who knew Lidl don’t sell multipacks of doughnuts?) You have four questions. Only yes or no answers will be given. You cannot remove any …
Every Friday, Falcons take part in a small Taskmaster challenge to develop their creativity, problem solving and teamworking skills. This week’s task: create the smallest tower with the most pieces. N.B. look up the definition of ‘tower’ and ‘narrow’! Extra task: impress our class governor Mrs Cooper who dropped in for the afternoon!
Every Friday, Falcons take part in a small Taskmaster challenge to develop their creativity, problem solving and teamworking skills. This week’s task: make the biggest splash with your little finger. You have one minute. Use your surroundings to help. You never know what you might find!
This week’s task: make the red ball move for as long as possible. You may only touch it once.
Falcons took part in a live science lesson today. We learnt all about carrots and how important a functioning ecosystem is for things to grow (including the “ewww, creepy” nematodes).
This morning, we consolidated our knowledge of thousands by creating our own games. Check out the pictures below.