PTA Spending | 01 Jul 2021

Even though this has been a very strange year and we have been prevented from doing a lot of our usual PTA events, we have still had some phenomenal fundraising. Thank you for all your support in raising money for our school. This year we have been able to purchase 16 iPads for UKS2, a …

Reception – IT’S COMING HOME! | 29 Jun 2021

We have been very busy in Reception today prepping for England’s big game tonight! We’ve talked about what it means to be an England supporter, made lots of posters and flags and of course, sung a lot of ‘Three Lions (It’s Coming Home)!

Tranmere Times 25.6.21 | 25 Jun 2021

Tranmere Times 18.6.21 | 18 Jun 2021

Sticky water!? | 15 Jun 2021

Falcons found out about ‘sticky’ water as part of the Great Science Share for Schools.

Tranmere Times 11.6.21 | 11 Jun 2021

How can parents support their child in being safe online and on social media? | 11 Jun 2021

A practical guide for parents in setting rules and safety controls at home: Internet Matters Guide Information on some of the most commonly used websites and apps: Online Safety Helpful videos you can watch with your child or games you can play relating to online safety education: Online Safety Videos

Reception Topic Entry Point – BLUEBIRDS AND ROBINS SAVE THE DAY! | 09 Jun 2021

This week, we started our new topic, ‘Superheroes’. After reading the story ‘Supertato’ we got a call from the superhero himself, to tell us that Evil Pea had escaped and was on the loose at Tranmere Park! We transformed ourselves into our own superhero vegetables, created some wanted posters and spyware, then set off to …

Tranmere Times 28.5.21 | 28 May 2021

Skylark Class becomes a Nurse Training School for the day! | 26 May 2021

Our topic this half term has been ‘People from the Past’. Throughout this topic, the children have learnt about 3 famous nurses – Florence Nightingale, Mary Seacole and Edith Cavell. As our exit point, we turned our classroom into a nurse training school for the day. The children came into school dressed as nurses and …
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