Year 6 attended the safety works workshops where they learnt how to stay safe in different emergency situations. They learnt what to do if they found someone unresponsive, how to use the metro safely, how to cross the road and how to stay safe as a pedestrian or cyclist in the dark. Finally, they also Read more about Year 6 Safety Works[…]
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[…]
Year 6 were given the opportunity to work alongside students at Cardinal Hume and take part in various sportshall athletic activities. Their behaviour was impeccable and Miss Carter the secondary school teacher who led the session was very impressed with the efforts of all of the students as was Mrs Henry.
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 6 had a fantastic time at ‘The Marine Activity Centre’ last week as they worked together as a team to row out to sea, half of the pupils on a giant paddle board and the other half on a large canoe. The children were lucky enough to spot a pod of dolphins that were Read more about The Marine Activity Centre- Sunderland[…]
What a fantastic morning we had on Tuesday watching and supporting all of the cyclists taking part in the Tour of Britain 2019. We made our own flags to cheer the cyclists on.
We are at Dynamic Earth. We are learning about natural hazards and natural disasters, including: tornadoes, meteorites, tsunamis, volcanoes and earthquakes.
Another fun packed day starting with a continental breakfast, Edinburgh Castle, subway for lunch and then a walk on Arthur’s Seat and past Holyrood Palace. The sun shone for us too! We then finished the day off at Bella Italia for some lovely tea!
Year 6 went to Edinburgh castle this AM and the sun was shining…
Year 6 enjoyed an afternoon in the park and then a walk through Edinburgh up to camera obscura! They are now in their rooms getting ready for an evening meal! More pictures from the day to follow…
Who is having more fun, Reception or Year 6?