Today St.Anne’s was lucky enough to have a visit from Marsha de Cordova, our local MP for Battersea. She came to congratulate us on how amazing our results had been and also let us ask some questions- we even asked her what was going on with the Brexit! All the children had the opportunity to learn more about their local MP and ask questions on topics they were interested in.
Elm class have been working hard learning all about how the body works. We have learnt about the heart and what blood carries around our body. We also have been focused on the circulatory system and what our lungs do. The children did some amazing research and even created models!
At St.Anne’s we like to do our bit for charity and we know how important Red Nose day is, so, Elm class, as charity ambassadors put on a fantastic talent show with the whole school. Who knew we had so much talent hidden away; it was a fantastic day and we raised lots of money for a good cause!
End of a half term means only one thing: star merit assembly!
All of Elm class have been working extremely hard but this half term my Star Merit went to Sanaya for her outstanding effort in all work!
Enjoy the half term break and see you all on Monday 25th February!
St.Anne’s has embraced valentines day, learning about St. Valentine!
We also got in the spirit by making cards and having a cake competition!
Our competition winners were: Tola in Maple class and Milena in Olive class!
Well Done girls!
What an exciting day! Elm and Maple class were lucky enough to have an amazing trip to the Battersea Power Station to learn all about Electricity. We learnt how electricity works and we even saw how we can pass it through our own bodies. We also learnt about fossil fuels and renewable energy linked to the power station! Our final bit of the trip we got to become architects and design the new development, thinking about what we would want if we were to create a community! We’re now going to take this back and apply this in our science and geography lessons!
Elm class have been working really hard in both their debating sessions and in literacy to improve how they argue for something!
In our sessions so far we’ve learnt about the power of body language, eye contact and tone of voice. We have also been improving our building of a case through evidence and explanation!
Watch out parents, they may be very persuasive!
Over the past few weeks all children at St.Anne’s have been thinking about ways we can keep fit and we even had someone in to help test our fitness levels and show us ways to improve different areas of our fitness!
We also have been taking part in sponsored skipping; raising money but also keeping us healthy and even learning some new tricks! We managed to raise an amazing £387 (and counting!) which will be spent on getting fantastic playtime equipment!
This week was mental health week and in our class we thought about what made us feel good and ways we can make ourselves feel better when we are feeling down.
We thought about mindfulness and practised yoga, we also did show and tell, explaining to the class why some things make us feel a certain way.
In Science we’ve been learning about the circulatory system and how the heart works!
This week we learnt about blood and what the four components are!