Who is having more fun, Reception or Year 6?
The Year 6 children have worked incredibly hard during SATs week and we are very proud of them all! Their hard work and determination throughout the SATs preparation and during the test week has been fantastic! Well done to each and every one of them!
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![…]
Today our Head Boy, Jay, and Head Girl, Keira, were honoured to attend a special service to welcome our new Bishop Robert Byrne at St Mary’s Cathedral in Newcastle. They took part in the lovely service with the other 155 schools from our diocese. It included hymns and readings as well as a presentation of Read more about New Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle[…]
A fantastic effort dressing up today for World Book Day in Year 5/6! From wizards to Mary Poppins to evacuees, the children look amazing and are ready for a fun day celebrating books and reading.
St. Anne’s were lucky enough to have two professional judo coaches come into school this morning to work with the children. Year 5/6 thoroughly enjoyed their taster session and learnt lots of new things in relation to judo, including the ‘judo throw’. The children were engaged throughout and exceptionally well behaved. Judo sessions are available Read more about Judo taster session- Year 5/6[…]
The reception class children decided they would make their buddies friendship bracelets. These were a little thank you present for making them feel welcome into the school by looking after them and playing with them on the yard at lunch times. After working with the buddies to make the bracelets the children enjoyed spending some Read more about Reception class make friendship bracelets for their buddies[…]
This term Year 5/6’s topic is ‘Child’s War’ and we will be focusing on the events which happened during World War 2. In English we have started to look at the novel ‘Goodnight Mr.Tom’ and already the children are hooked and producing fantastic work. Throughout our Creative Curriculum lessons we will be looking closely at Read more about World War 2 artefacts[…]
In relation to our creative curriculum topic ‘Blood Heart’ Year 5 and 6 have been learning about the importance of the heart as a muscle and the important components inside of the heart. Today the children were given a fantastic opportunity to help dissect a heart with Mrs Henry. All of the children worked exceptionally Read more about Year 5/6 Heart dissection.[…]
The final day at Robinwood did not disappoint! After an early breakfast Crag team went on the zip wire, the obstacle course and finally nightline. It was a fun and exciting end to their residential.
Day 2 at Robinwood has been packed full of fun and adventure for Crag Group! They started their activities after a hearty breakfast at 8.20am. The morning activities were Piranah Pool, Climbing and Caving, followed by lunch. The afternoon saw the Group doing Trapeze, Archery, the Giant Swing and finally Team Challenge. Again all of Read more about Crag Group – Day 2[…]
Day two in Mountain Group was action packed. After breakfast we started with the Giant Swing, Piranha Pool and then Archery. Next was lunch followed by Climbing, Challenge course and Crate challenge which were all so much fun and challenged all the children. After our dinner we then worked with Crag group on a Team Read more about Robinswood Day two- Mountain group[…]