In science this afternoon year 5 have been making the different phases of the moon out of Oreo cookies.
What an amazing day year 5 had on Friday! The children were extremely well behaved and made Miss Carr super proud! We went in the planetarium, watched a science show, built and launched our own rocket and went ice skating. Well done everyone ✨
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[…]
Well done to all of year 5 for taking part in the Hi-5 Netball Tournament on Wednesday afternoon. We had lots of good defending and excellent team work from all of the children. Group B won a fair players award for great sportsmanship, communication and effort.
Year 5 & 6 have taken part in UK Parliament Week where they have learnt all about the history of parliament and how the government is formed. Each class has taken part in discussions, debates, votes and critical questioning to help them to gain a deeper understanding into what UK Parliament is about and how Read more about Parliament Week- Year 5 & 6[…]
Year 5 made an amazing effort for Witches and Wizards this year!
This week in year 5 we have been researching Ancient Egyptian life. We worked in groups to create a PowerPoint that we presented to the class. Well done everyone!
Well done to the children in year 5 who have completed bike ability.
Year 5 visited Cardinal Hume today for the beginning of Mission. We learnt new songs and dances and met new people. It was a very active and fun morning. We can’t wait to teach the rest of the school.
In year 5 we have turned ourselves into pharaohs. We designed and created our own headdress.
After one week of been left in the cupboard, the children had a look at their fruit that was placed in natron (salt and bicarbonate soda) to see whether it was preserved. Apart from smelling and looking smaller the fruit was in a much better condition compared to the fruit that we did not cover Read more about Mummified fruit update![…]