Yesterday year 3/4 went to the Centre For Life sceience facility in Newcastle. Our main focus was to learn about how the Vikings navigated around the world over one thousand years ago. We learnt that most (but not all) magnets are man made. The Vikings used natural magnets to create their own compasses, helping them Read more about Year 3/4 at The Centre For Life[…]
Year 6 enjoyed their trip to SafetyWorks to learn all about making choices and keeping safe as they become older and more independent. They took part in workshops with the Fire Brigade, the Police, Paramedics, a Road Safety Officer and Metro staff. The workshops were very interactive, informative and most importantly fun! All of the children Read more about SafetyWorks[…]
As part of their ‘Bridges’ topic, Year 6 enjoyed a trip to Gateshead and Newcastle Quayside to explore the 7 bridges crossing the River Tyne. First they were lucky enough to open and close the Millenium Bridge so a Navy vessel could pass under, with Natalia and Syke pressing the important buttons! When the bridge Read more about Bridges Year 6 Trip[…]
Year 6 received their certificates for their outstanding efforts during the recent Tag Rugby tournament. They were awarded during the Celebration Assembly. Well done!
We held our first Golden Lunch Table in school and children thoroughly enjoyed it. They chose Mrs Fraser to join them. This initiative will continue throughout the year at St Anne’s.
Well done to this week’s Stars of the week! A further well done goes to Fern and Maisie for obtaining their pen licence!
What an amazing afternoon at the Tag Rugby Final’s at Blaydon Rugby Club! Year 6 battled through 6 matches, playing some amazing rugby and showing great determination and grit. They never once gave up and won 3 matches easily and only narrowly missed out on winning the other 3. The children played fairly, showing great Read more about Tag Rugby Final’s![…]
Yesterday, Year 5 were invited to participate in an Athletics Festival at Cardinal Hume. The children were very well behaved and had a fun afternoon filled with activities.
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The final day was packed full of fun, including Night line, Crate Stacking, Archery, Quest and the Challenge Course! The children used lots of teamwork skills to conquer the challenges, whilst getting very muddy and tired. 21 children and 2 teachers left Robinwood exhausted yet exhilarated after an amazing adventurous weekend. Thank you Robinwood!!
Another fantastic day at Robinwood. We’ve been climbing, doing archery, caving, nightline, had a go on the trapeze, completed a quest, been on the zip wire, fought with Piranhas and had so much fun. Last day tomorrow!