On Wednesday 28th June, our Year 3 charity ambassadors organised a sponsored walk to support the families of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. Carrying banners, which supported the families of Grenfell, the whole school walked around King George’s Park raising money for this good cause. At the end of the walk we were met by the Mayor of Wandsworth, Councillor Jim Maddan. Ms Steward led our collective worship including prayers for the families from Father Gordon Jeanes followed by an address from the mayor. The pupils and staff have raised over £2000, which will go to the Grenfell families via the Red Cross. Well done to Ms McCoach and Year 3!
Children and staff of St Anne’s CofE Primary school are walking around King George’s Park to raise money to support the Grenfell community. After the sponsored walk the children, staff and parents/carers will gather by the steps near the playground and two tower blocks where a collective act of worship will take place with prayers and singing. Everyone is welcome to attend. Reverend Dr Gordon Jeanes will conduct the service
At St Anne’s we love maths and take part in lots of maths competitions. ‘Sumdog’ is one of the competitions that we really enjoy. It’s an online competition against other school in Wandsworth. When we take part in ‘Sumdog’ we improve on all our maths skills. The activities in ‘Sumdog’ are matched to each child’s individual needs. Questions a We always do really well and are proud of our achievements.
Research shows that children who spend an hour a week on ‘Sumdog’ make three times as much progress as children who do not.
Currently pupils at St Anne’s school are holding the 1st, 2nd, 4th, and 6th places. For whole class positions we are holding the 3rd, 4th and 5th position.
Can we get a class into number 1 spot? Come on St Anne’s! 🙂
Top 10 students based on the number of questions answered correctly in the contest so far.
We were so inspired by our Paralympians performance in Rio 2016 we held a Paralympics Sport’s Day at St George’s Park! We wanted to highlight to the children the importance of embracing challenges in order to achieve great things.
The children explored some of the trials our Paralympians face by taking part in events such as blindfolded obstacle courses, sat down bean bag throwing and one handed ball balance race.
Children, staff and parents enjoyed a great afternoon of sport – well done all the children who took part and to St Nicholas who were our overall winners!
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