year 4 are learning about oxygen and discovered who discovered it. We discovered that fire needs oxygen to burn and we carried out an experiment learning that when we put a glass over a candle it goes out eventually because there is not enough oxygen. We concluded that the bigger the glass the longer it Read more about Year 4 science[…]
The children in Year 4 acted out the short story of How Thor Lost His Hammer.
During this next part of our Viking day, we looked at different parts of Viking life. Here the children made butter using a butter churn. They also looked at different artefacts; we drew them and discussed what they were used for. Here you can see: a Viking cup, Viking coins and a linen stone used Read more about Viking Day Part 2[…]
Year 4 children have had a great morning so far learning some more about the Vikings. So far, we have looked at Viking Shields, weapons and protection, long boats, raids, treasure, how the Vikings treated Monks and Viking clothing.
Year 4 had a debate about which Anglo Saxon king was the best. Today they prepared their debates and gave a short demonstration. Next week, they will present their debates in full.
Year 4 enjoyed a taster judo session, playing some fun games and learning some fantastic self defence tricks.
We are beyond proud of all of the children in KS2 who have worked tirelessly over the past few weeks to create a fantastic Christmas play to showcase to family and friends. The acting, singing and dancing from children was just brilliant. Well done to each and every one of them.
In year 4, we are writing persuasive letters to David Williams to try and make him visit our school! To make sure we write some fantastic letters we are using the iPads to gather facts and information about David and the importance of reading in schools… keep checking to see how we get on! Read more about Research![…]
Year 4 are participating in an Operation Encompass workshop learning about emotions and empathy. We discussed different types of emotion and how to deal and regulate our emotions. We also talked about ways we could be more empathetic. You can find more about Operation Encompass on: facebook – @northumbriapolice / @barnardos instagram – @northumbriapol Read more about Operation Encompass[…]
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![…]
This week the children at St. Anne’s have been talking about anti-bullying and why it is so important as a school that we work with each other to ensure no pupil feels bullied or hurt by the actions of others. In KS2 the focus was around cyber bullying and what the children should do to Read more about Anti-bullying Week[…]
Year 4 participated in the skipping festival alongside 6 other schools. We learnt a wide range of skipping techniques and we look forward to using them back in the playground at school. They all gave 100 percent and tried really hard!