Year 1 and 2 have been exploring the world through Google Earth. It is the start of our new Geography topic where we will be learning about maps of the UK, the continents and the oceans of the world. Ask us about what we seen …
In year 1/2 we have been building bridges using different materials to see which is the strongest. We will test our bridges in science next week. What will be the strongest material?
Year 1 and 2 have spent the morning at Cardinal Hume taking part in lots of different sports activities. The tasks were designed and lead by Year 9 Sports Leaders and the children really enjoyed it. They had lots of fun.
We had a fantastic start to our day today at St. Anne’s as we got together as a whole school and took part in Joe Wick’s live video to get children moving for Children in Need. All of the children tried really hard to keep up with the workout and we had lots of fun Read more about Children in Need- let’s get moving![…]
Year 1 and 2 had a visit from two school nurses today to discuss cleaning our teeth and how to do it properly! They had a rather large set of teeth to show us exactly how to be brushing our teeth to keep them healthy. The ladies also taught us about bacteria and how this Read more about Terrific Teeth![…]
Well done to all of the children who have achieved star and reader of the week this week! Keep up the amazing hard work.
Last week Year 1 and 2 had a visitor in class who brought with her lots of minibeast friends. We got to learn lots of new facts about these creatures and even got to hold them. The minibeasts included African land snails and a very large spider! Ask us all about it at home. 27.09.19
In Year 1 and 2 we have started speedy calculations this week where children have 3 minutes to answer as many questions as they can. It is not about who scores the highest marks but who can improve their score each day. Children complete the calculations each day and each time they do so must beat Read more about Speedy Calculations![…]
What a fantastic morning we had on Tuesday watching and supporting all of the cyclists taking part in the Tour of Britain 2019. We made our own flags to cheer the cyclists on.
Year 1 and 2 have started their new topic ‘Wriggle and Crawl’ this week and to begin we went on a mini east hunt around school. We found a slug, snail, spider and a bee! In class we are going to be learning lots of fun facts about these mini creatures, ask us all about Read more about Minibeast Hunt![…]
On Thursday Travis found the most enormous slug at school and decided to find out facts about it so he could build it a home and feed it. He took it home and built it a habitat with soil, a small tree, a ware bath, stones and leaves. He also fed it cucumber and tomatoes Read more about Travis builds a house for Buzz![…]
Year 1 and 2 had a fantastic day at the Hancock museum in Newcastle today on their trip. We went on a scavenger hunt, visited Dippy the dinosaur seeing his journey through time and even visited the planetarium for a fascinating look at potential life on Mars. The children had a brilliant time. AFDFEA1C-7173-473D-AD4C-2FC6751C6CC4