ST ANNE'S CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
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Today Year 1 met with Amanda Tweedy from the charity, Heel and Toe. They learned about how the money they are going to raise will help lots of local children who suffer from physical disabilities such as Cerebal Palsy and require Education therapies, Occupational therapy, Physiotherapy SEN Tutoring and Speech and Language therapy. Today the[…]
Well done to this weeks St Anne’s stars of the week!
Over the past two weeks Year 5 have been focusing on poems which include figurative language. The students have worked extremely hard to recognise different examples of figurative language such as metaphors, similes, comparisons and personification. They have analysed poems and gave their own interpretations and views on each one. In groups we have focused[…]
Please download our latest newsletter below: 24.03.17
As part of our science topic in Year 1 we have been learning about Everyday Materials and their properties. To further our learning we visited the House of Objects. When we were there we discussed the importance of re-using materials to help protect the Earth and were challenged to make a creature from any materials[…]
More children receive a book to keep at home for completing their bedtime story sheet. Following 25 stories enjoyed at bedtime, each child receives a book to enjoy (and keep) at home. Enjoy Toby and Heidi!
A new friend has joined our Reception class – the ‘Everywhere Bear’. Inspired by one of Julia Donaldson’s new books – ‘The Everywhere Bear’, the children will get to take our class bear home every week. As in the story, the Everywhere Bear will enjoy a weekend of activities, recorded in his journal. Upon return[…]
Our Reception class children have had a fantastic day out learning through stories at Seven Stories – The National Centre for Children’s Books. We have been learning about bears in school therefore the ‘Bears’ Exhibition was just perfect! We walked through the forest, listened to real bear noises, learnt more bear facts…along with enjoying bear stories[…]
Well done to this week’s St Anne’s stars of the week!
Please download our latest newsletter below: 17.03.17
Well done to the following children who won these books for their fantastic costumes on World Book Day;
Well done to this weeks St Anne’s Stars of the week!