EYFS News

This week is National Storytelling Week. To help celebrate this, the School Council have hosted a storytelling competition. Those who wanted to enter needed to write a story (true or made up) and hand it in to their class councillor. On Friday, the councillors got together to choose a selection of their favourite stories. These …

Muddy Puddle Day Muddy Puddle Days are our outdoor learning days and are part of a whole school initiative.  Please send your child in non-uniform, but in clothes that you DO NOT MIND GETTING DIRTY OR WET.  It may also be cold, so make sure that your child has plenty of layers, including gloves and …

We have had a wonderful day. Lots of festive cheer. The children enjoyed the Christmas Party, playing games, dancing and of course eating!      

Over the past couple of weeks, all children, from EYFS to Year 6, have been working hard on their Little Inventors Christmas Competition task. Children were given the following brief and had to come up with their own original, weird and wonderful ideas! ‘Tis the season to hang the stockings, roll up the snowmen, and …

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 marks the start of Anti-Bullying week for 2022. To show our support, we have all come to school dressed in odd/crazy socks! In classes, we have discussed that this represents how is it cool for us all to be different, and how we should never be unkind towards others because of their differences. Throughout …

This week we have talked about remembrance day. We found out that it marks the very day that World War One ended in 1918.  We also talked about the Purple poppy. We discovered the purple poppy is often worn to remember animals that have been victims of war. Animals like horses, dogs and pigeons were often …

Reception Entry Point – Celebrations | 02 Nov 2022

We made a wonderful start to our ‘Celebrations’ topic this week. We learnt about Divali and made diya lamps, rangoli patterns and Divali biscuits. We even made firework fruit kebabs! We learnt a Divali dance and ended the fun with a (digital) firework display!

This week school council have been decorating their suggestion boxes! These will be placed in their classes after half-term, ready to be filled with pupil suggestions. Thanks to our year 6 helpers who also helped us decorate these at lunch.

What a wonderful term we have had. We are so proud of all the children. They have settled into their new routines and become part of Team Tranmere!  We have enjoyed our topic  learning about ourselves, different families, our senses and painting pictures of our faces. To complete our topic we made some fantastic face …
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