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Please download our latest newsletter below: 21.03.19
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The children made wanted posters to grab the attention of teachers and pupils in school. The big bad wolf was cheeky and made his own poster about the children in Reception.
Well done to the children who got Star of the Week and Reader of the Week. Keep up the good work!
There has been a crime in Reception! The children have been investigating our crime scene and working out who has been in the classroom. Who has left clues and evidence? Will we catch them?
The children have made a great effort today for Red Nose Day. We have enjoyed having crazy hair, coming to school in non-uniform and buying and eating cakes. Thank you to parents who donated cakes.
Today during celebration assembly we also had Year 3’s Lent Liturgy as part of our countdown to Easter. They shared how we can care for and support one another during Lent like Jesus has taught us to.
Please download our latest newsletter below: 15.03.19
Year 4/5 hosted a cake sale and raised over £100 for comic relief. We thank you for all your cake donations and to everyone who bought a cake. Year 4/5 managed the money and worked out the change and served out the cake.
The Year 1 children made a Gruffalo Crumble. The children worked together to follow the recipe. As they ate it the children thought of different adjectives they could use to describe the crumble.
We have had so much fun making a milkshake shop role play area that we decided to make milkshakes at snack time. We have had to read and follow instructions in order to make the milkshake.
Well done to all of this week’s stars and readers of the week. Huge effort made by all!
At St. Anne’s we try to create a happy, welcoming, safe and creative environment for all our children. Your child is at the centre of all we do.
We appreciate your support in all aspects of school life. We hope that you will become involved in the life of our school and the Parish it serves.
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We look forward to getting to know you and your child.
Mrs S Fraser – Head Teacher
Mr G Lilley – School Business Manager
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