Hopefully, most of you will be able to attend our documentary screening this evening after school. This is to showcase our topic work which is based around our life at Anns Grove. Everyone has worked incredibly hard to plan, perform, edit and film our documentary so the children should be extremely proud of themselves.
This week, Y5/6 have decorated biscuits and made some savoury snacks for parents/carers to buy when they attend our documentary. Therefore, you can enjoy some lovely treats whilst watching our film.
Thank you again for all of your support throughout this term and we all hope you have a lovely holiday!
The Y56 team.
To continue our support for St Lukes Hospice, we organised a sponsored reindeer race to raise money. For this, the Y56 classes went out onto the field for 45 minutes to complete as many laps as they possibly could. It's fair to say we had a lot of sweaty but happy faces afterwards!
Thank you to everyone who donated money for this amazing charity - it was thoroughly enjoyable!
Here are a few images of our great race.
On Friday 7th December, a group of year 5 boys attended our league football matches at U-MIX. Although it was a frosty evening, everyone got stuck in and had a fantastic time. It was great to watch as their high levels of sportsmanship was highlighted throughout and the boys never gave up!
Thank you also to the parents/carers who came along to support us - it was great for motivation and morale.
Same again next time boys!
Miss Taylor and Mr Hayden.
Last Friday, some of us in Y5/6 had a great creative art day where we started making our calendar doors. Once finished, these will be sold during our Christmas fayre on Tuesday 4th December. This piece of art work is based around pointillism and we learnt about how George Seurat explored this through the science of optics and colour.
Throughout the day, Y5/6 made an image of poppies using the technique of pointillism. They have achieved awesome results so far and I'm sure their art is going to look wonderful for our fayre.
Well done Y5/6!
Yesterday, our team of 8 girls headed out to Newfield secondary school to play in a league match against three other schools. All girls played incredible
and showed true sportsmanship by communicating well, supporting everyone in the team and shaking the hands of our opposition after every match. The
3-0 win to Anns Grove against Woodseats
0-0 draw against Carfield
0-3 loss against Mundella
Despite the scores, we are all very proud of the girls for their achievements in football this year - they've been amazing! Let's continue to improve and enjoy our matches representing Anns Grove.
Well done girls!
Below are a few pictures taken from yesterday's match and previous football matches.