We are learning about non-chronological reports and their features. Today, we have been looking at a report of a werewolf and identifying its features from the things that we have learnt in English.
12 children from across Key Stage 2 enjoyed a day out bowling in Sunderland. They had such fun and were such good sports supporting and congratulating each other on their shots at the pins. There were a few strikes between them, with Ava scoring the most with 3 strikes and 123 points overall. The children Read more about Bowling fun![…]
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
Year 4/5 hosted a cake sale and raised over £100 for comic relief. We thank you for all your cake donations and to everyone who bought a cake. Year 4/5 managed the money and worked out the change and served out the cake.
We have been watching and reading different stories and learning how to identify the different types of tales. We have been working in groups and following a flowchart to decide whether the stories were myths, legend tales or folktales.
Yesterday morning, year 4/5 were given the opportunity to attend a Warburton’s workshop. We learnt all about the eat well guide and how we can make simple changes to our lives to live a healthier lifestyle. After learning about these different things, we were given the opportunity to make our own sandwiches with a healthy Read more about Year 4/5 Sandwich Making[…]
We are working very hard in guided reading to summarise what we have read. As a class, we wrote a summary of what happened in the chapter of one our books. We completed a summary together that was over 100 words but we decided this was too long. We talked about just mentioning the main points Read more about Reading[…]
In year 4/5 we are looking at Shakespeare. Today, we read Macbeth and acted it out as a class. Afterwards, we then wrote our own dialogue between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Some of us even performed it infront of the class.
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[…]
Well done year 3, 4 and 5! They all worked so hard to create their cosmos themed sancastles; eventually deciding on a lunar space station, a man on the moon, craters of a distant planet and an alien village. We had perfect weather for a beach trip and made sure we were sun creamed up! Read more about Children North East Sandcastle Challenge 2018[…]
Thank you to all those who attended Year 3/4’s Celebration Assembly all about our gifts and talents!