We weren’t going to let the bad weather spoil our World Book Day at St Anne’s! Check out the pictures below to see how much fun we had! In year 3/4 it was Matilda themed. We know how much Matilda loves books so we made our own bookmarks! It was lots of fun!
Yesterday we were lucky enough to spend the morning with a skipping instructor. He taught us lots of new skipping techniques we had never heard of before (including one called the pretzel) and let us practice the old ones. He even spoke about a competition that is coming up in a few months time. Better Read more about Year 3/4 Skipping![…]
In year 3/4 over the past few weeks we have been investigating different forms of poetry, and trying our hand at writing some of our own. We have been using musical instruments to help us figure out the rhythm and pattern in different forms. We’ve had a lot of fun, particularly enjoying the fact we Read more about Finding the beat in Literacy![…]
A big thank you to everyone who attended our Advent Liturgy on Friday morning. All of year 3/4 wish you a wonderful Christmas and hope it is filled with the gifts of love and friendship!
In year 3/4 the children have come to the end of their Reconciliation topic in R.E and they really wanted to plan their own class liturgy around the theme of God’s unconditional love and forgiveness. Children planned their own liturgy and then as a class they came up with a final liturgy which they did Read more about Our Reconciliation Liturgy.[…]
Yesterday year 3/4 went to the Centre For Life sceience facility in Newcastle. Our main focus was to learn about how the Vikings navigated around the world over one thousand years ago. We learnt that most (but not all) magnets are man made. The Vikings used natural magnets to create their own compasses, helping them Read more about Year 3/4 at The Centre For Life[…]
A big thank you from year 3/4 for all of your donations last Friday for Children in Need.
In class this week we have started looking at play scripts. Straight away we can tell they are different from anything else in literacy we have looked at us this year. We delegated parts and practiced performing, then had a go at acting out our parts to the rest of the class. In our groups Read more about Year 3/4 performing their play scripts![…]
Today year 6 planned and carried their own Collective Worship. It was based on Remembrance Day and all those people who passed away, not just in WWI and WWII, but people special to us in our lives too. Thank you very much to all of those who attended to share in our remembrance. If anyone Read more about Remembrance Celebration Worship[…]
Due to outstanding demand for our cookery club, we needed to divide our club into 2 groups. Group 1 began this week. Over the next 3 weeks we have decided to make a 3 course meal starting this week with pumpkin & pepper soup. The children enjoyed learning new skills such as chopping, peeling and Read more about cookery club[…]
Over the past 4 weeks our gardening club has enhanced the appearance of the hand rail baskets by planting a mixture of dwarf bulbs and winter pansies. We transferred soil around the trees to create a pocket of colour of mixed bulbs, wall flowers and pansies for a warm welcome to visitors.
In year 3/4 we have been studying our own family trees and the family tree of Jesus. Together we discussed that Jesus, like us, had a human family who loved and fought just like every other family. As a class we created a family tree naming important people in Jesus’ family.