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![…]
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.
Over the last few weeks we have been looking at levers and linkages in design and technology. Year 3/4 tried their hands at making model monsters that moved! It was really tricky but we tried hard and produced some amazing monsters! Take a look at some of our work below:
Please download our letter regarding Parents Evening on 19th October 051017_Parents Evening Oct 17
New school uniform ordering is now live! School uniform is ordered through Emblematic. The wearing of school uniform is compulsory. Every article must be clearly marked with the owner’s name. All uniform can be ordered online from: http://studentuniform.co.uk/stannes154 Garments To Fit Ages 3/4yrs 5/6yrs 7/8yrs 9/10yrs 11/12yrs 13/14yrs Sweatshirts To Fit Chest 24″ 26″ 28″ Read more about New School Uniform[…]
Our children made the most of the lovely sunshine today at lunchtime. They had lots of fun!
Well done to this weeks St Anne’s stars of the week!
In honour of the Anti- Bullying campaign the children of years 1, 2 and 3 have been working together to show that we do not tolerate bullying at our school. The children participated in some exciting activities which included: working with a partner to make a friendship bracelet and writing a card to say why Read more about Year 1, 2 and 3 Anti Bullying Week[…]
Congratulations to the children selected by their teachers to be ‘Star of the Week’ this week. We are very proud of you!
Many thanks to Mrs Ellis who has been in school this morning teaching us a fantastic Mothers Day song called ‘Don’t forget to tell your Mum you love her.’ We’ll post a video clip of the song onto the website soon.
Well done children, we are very proud of you! Special congratulations to Rebecca in Year 5 who was nominated by Mrs Geddes but couldn’t accept her award in person as she was at Hoops for Health. Also to the whole of Y3 who were nominated for being super helpful and trying hard.