On Friday 23rd November children from St Anne’s school were invited to take part in a tree planting event in King George’s Park as part of National Tree Planting Week.
In order to win a place on the trip children had to complete a tree quiz. Two winners were selected from each class.
The winners were:
Olive: Harry and Milena
Willow: Ethan and Chloe
Maple: Cassie and Declan
Palm: Wirda and Daisuke
Elm: Ronika and JoJo
The winning children went down to King George’s Park on Friday morning with Mrs. Steward. The children helped to plant two trees in the park.
Next time you’re in King George’s Park look out for St Anne’s trees!
Well done to all the children who took part in the tree quiz! There were some amazing entries!
We had 18 straws and we used them to make octagons. We managed to make two irregular octagons! How many sides can you count?
Every Friday, parents are invited to come into class to read with children. Willow Class love reading with all the adults that visit!
Today in Literacy we freeze framed parts of Traction Man and thought about how the characters might be feeling and what they might be saying or thinking! Can you tell which characters we are meant to be?
Willow class have been super scientists and carried out a sneezing experiment! We investigated how far saliva travels when we sneeze and made posters about it. We thought about the importance of hygiene and how we can prevent spreading colds and other illnesses!
Year 2 have had a surprising week and turned into detectives! On Tuesday, our classroom was destroyed by the villain Syndrome! We are working with the police to look for clues and to write instructions on how to catch him. We will update you with how the investigation is going!
To celebrate Science week, Year 2 made lava lamps using oil, water, glitter and paint! What happened when the oil and water were poured into the bottle?