Puffins News

As our Entry Point for our new topic, we created a physical timeline. As our topic is History based this term, we looked back at other periods of time that we’ve learnt throughout our time at Tranmere Park and placed some key events on a timeline. We then added in some Anglo Saxon and Viking …

Queen Elizabeth II | 12 Sep 2022

Following the sad news of the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Tranmere Park pupils have paid their respects by celebrating and reflecting on her achievements and importance to the UK. Take a look at our pictures below.

To introduce our new reading book, Puffins took part in a silent debate (yes, we were able to be silent!!). We had little jigsaw pieces of the front cover and had to use these to predict what we thought the story might be about. We came up with some fantastic predictions and were able to …

The Kingfishers and Puffins have discovered all about trading during an activity that saw them creating products, as well as negotiating for raw materials. The class was split into teams and each team faced unique challenges as they attempted to buy and sell. A number of real-world scenarios ensured the trading world changed and that …

Just a reminder that Puffins should come in their PE kit on Monday 4th July. The children were told about this last week.

Puffins collaborated with local band The Dunwells today to write a brilliant song called ‘Keep Believing‘. The whole process was fantastic and inspiring and ended with a performance for the whole school at the end of the day. Well done Puffins ~ great work! Huge thanks to The Dunwells for giving us such an enjoyable …

This summer, Queen Elizabeth II has her platinum jubilee – the longest reign of any British monarch! In the 70 years that she has been queen, the world has changed in many ways. Each year group at Tranmere Park have researched a decade and created a collage. These collages, collected as one, tell a story …

Today, Year 5 had the exciting opportunity to take part in a workshop run by Spaghetti Maths. They were able to show off their Maths skills to answer real life problems. It was lots of fun and we all really enjoyed it.

The sun shone, a bitter wind blew, it snowed, it hailed…. we loved a residential in Scotland!

We have had another fantastic day – the pictures [and videos] below are just a snapshot of the fun we’ve had and I’m sure the children will fill in any blanks. Two more days to go and we can’t wait.
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