Willow Class had so much fun at Scooter Training! We learnt lots of new skills, thank you to the Scootsafe Training Team!
This week has been Children’s Mental health week, with the theme of ‘Find your Brave’. In each class we have really loved taking part in mental health week and thinking about the positive things we can do to have healthy minds.
The children, each week, have a focus on a small task they can do and this was highlighted more this week. Other activities included: self worth, P4C, making worry dolls, yoga, meditation, mindful colouring and show and tell with an object that represents when we were brave!
Let’s keep up the positivity!
As part of Science, Willow Class have planted a range of seeds and bulbs and in teams we are looking after them to help them grow into healthy plants. We have been thinking about how much we need to water the plants and where we should place them to help them to grow.
As part of Children’s Mental Health Week, Willow Class have been thinking about worries and who we can turn to if we are feeling worried. We then made these worry dolls to take home!
This week we were lucky to have some visitors come to the school to talk to us all about their lives; they were fascinating and the children loved asking questions about the war.
Afterwards, our amazing children in faith group, who had all baked especially, hosted a tea party for the elderly citizens. They all had a fantastic time!
As a school we are working in partnership with Age UK and this is what they had to say after their visit::
Each year, Year 6 and Year 2 take part in SATS. At St.Anne’s, our children make amazing progress and we’re very proud of what they all have achieved.
For progress, we came second in the borough!
Please look at our results and click on the link to compare them to local schools.
Key Stage 2 Results
Key Stage 1 Results
Year 1 Phonics Results
Early Years Results
Click here to compare Wandsworth Borough results
Today, as a whole school, we took a trip to New Wimbledon Theatre to see the Pantomime- Cinderella.
The children all had a fantastic time and laughed, a lot!
What a lovely way to end the term, and well done to the brave children who went on the stage!
In light of the General election, we had our own election in school.
We children got into their houses and became parties. We learnt all about what a general election is and who was running for it. We then learnt about what a manifesto is and how it can help us make a decision on who we would vote on.
Then it was our turn. The children created their own school manifestos on what they believe needs to change to make the school a better place. They all came up with fantastic ideas and then had to create posters and slogans for their campaign before the leaders went to present their ideas in the assembly.
The children all then took to the polling station to have a vote and our school winner was finally announced.
Our School Prime Ministers are: Declan and Celina for the St.George party.
They took their ideas to Ms Steward and are now going to work with her on making the changes!
Well done to all the children in Acorn, Oak, Olive and Willow Class who took part in the EYFS and KS1 Nativity. You all sang beautifully and spoke clearly and confidently! You really got everyone in the Christmas spirit!
Last week the Christmas festivities began in St Anne’s with a delicious Christmas dinner for all. Here are some photos from the day which captured some of the fun!