Through The Ages
Throughout terms 1 and 2, St. Anne have been exploring their history topic, 'Through The Ages.' The children have learnt about all three periods of British prehistory: the Stone Age, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age. St. Anne have investigated prehistoric settlements, made cave paintings, written newspaper reports about the end of the Iron Age, instructions about how to make a Bronze Age axe and a narrative set in the Stone Age.
In Geography, St. Anne have engaged in geographical fieldwork around the school, learnt about the layers of the Earth and how to use an eight point compass.
In Science, the children have conducted investigations into why we have smaller bones in our body, have explored healthy diets and the bones and muscles that make up the human body.
In Art, St. Anne used watercolours for the first time and experimented with different watercolour techniques to make beautiful artwork and complementary colours.
In R.E., the children have developed their knowledge of the Holy Trinity and explored the meanings of water in Christianity through baptism and stories in the Bible.
Children have been learning how to make animations for computing and we even made our own animated flipbooks!