Year 1 and 2 have been learning all about Brazil as part of our Rio De Vida topic. We learned about the special Brazilian carnival that happens every year and created our own carnival dance and music!
3222E1FA-B0C5-47A6-93E6-8CE25AAAB4E2 The children have learnt a wide range of dance routines at a Keep Active. This dance routine to animals was their favourite
In year 1 and 2 we have been making our very own treasure maps. Ask us how we made them look old and worn. We have written directions to go with our maps also!
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 been working in year 1 and 2 to complete some woodland animal collages for our display! We enjoyed using the coloured pieces to complete foxes, owls, flowers and rabbits.
Year 1 and 2 have been looking at different dinosaur teeth and how they are different depending on whether a dinosaur was a carnivore, herbivore or omnivore. We have been sorting the teeth into the correct hoops. We then also matched the type of dinosaur to carnivore or herbivore.
This afternoon as part of their Dinosaur Planet topic, Year 1 and 2 have been thinking about moving like a dinosaur! They have been charging, stomping, creeping and changing directions. Here are some pictures from our task:
This week at cookery club the children had fun making pizzas. They cut the ingredients then selected which ingredients they wanted to make their pizza, before cooking it.
On Friday 14th September we came together for collective worship to celebrate all of the fantastic reflection, prayer and work the children and staff had done throughout the week exploring our school mission statement. All of the children and staff enjoyed exploring our mission and shared amazing ideas and experiences, climaxing in a very spiritual Read more about Mission Week[…]
What a fantastic and emotional end to the school year! The whole school were joined by many parents and grandparents to say thank you for another wonderful year at St Anne’s and to wish the Year 6 Leavers love and luck for their journey into secondary school. It was also an opportunity to celebrate the Read more about End of Year Leaver’s Collective Worship[…]
IN Year 1 we have been investigating capacity and volume and which measuring jugs and beakers hold the most or least amount of water. We used words in our investigation such as full, half full, empty, smaller, larger, taller and shorter. We enjoyed our investigation and finding out how to complete the test fairly.
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