Our children made the most of the lovely sunshine today at lunchtime. They had lots of fun!
In year 4 we have finished our world biomes display! Take a look:
In geography this half term we have been investigating the different biomes found throughout the world. As a class project we put together a world map and, using a colour-coordinated key, we pained the map! It was lots of fun and should be up on display for the school to see soon!
This week in maths we have been looking at fractions. During the lesson today we were working in groups to order them. We started with some fractions with the same denominator then moved on to trickier fractions and even looked at mixed numbers. We worked really hard and enjoyed working in a group to complete Read more about Ordering Fractions![…]
Well done to this weeks St Anne’s stars of the week!
Year 4 thoroughly enjoyed their visit to the Centre for Life this week. They were involved with various fun and exciting activities, including a workshop on the Vikings, plus a session on the ice rink!
We have just started to look at different types of poetry in year 4. This has given the children a great opportunity to try their hand at writing their own Christmas themed poems. Everyone has tried really hard and have had fun creating acrostic and ‘Christmas is when…’ poems.
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.
Congratulations to the children selected to be ‘Star of the Week’ by their teachers this week. We are very proud of you!
Well done children! We are really proud of you.