St Anne's Catholic Primary School

Aspire to be more

2022 - 2023

Listen to The Chocolate Lions!

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Our Rock Steady workshop was fantastic and The Chocolate Lions played their instruments perfectly - rock stars in the making!

The children enjoyed themselves at Forest School making nests.

The children designed and sewed some amazing hand puppets as part of their DT topic and link the characters to the Wind in the Willows story from their English topic.

Health week started with Circusology - the children had great fun practicing all the tricks!

Celebrating the coronation of King Charles III -Long Live the King!

Exploring the local habitat - our school grounds!

Lentern Prayer Space

What a treat - collecting eggs left by the Easter Bunny!!

The children enjoyed their Taekwondo taster session this morning with Master Sam

The children enjoyed re-enacting Palm Sunday in their RE lesson.

The whole school took part in a tree planting exercise to support the Queen’s Green Canopy which was launched in her Jubilee Year. In total, throughout the day, the children planted 450 trees in the school grounds which will mature into a wonderful hedge on the border of the school field. Although the weather was challenging, this did not put the children off and they gave their all, through wind and rain, to complete the planting. I would like to thank our amazing parent/ grandparent/ governors for helping with the planting throughout the day and being an invaluable help to our project. I would also like to thank Jo Beaman, the Climate Emergency Engagement Officer, from South Ribble Borough Council for providing us with the trees, the knowhow and the equipment with which to plant them! The children had a great, worthwhile day with the bonus of being able to play in the mud too!

Our DT topic was to make a healthy snack. The children worked hard chopping, slicing and rolling to complete their Rainbow Wrap - and very delicious they were too!

The children used pipe cleaners, foil tape and craft wire to create their Columbus and Armstrong sculptures in the style of Alberto Giacometti.

Class 2 painted each other’s portraits using techniques and styles observed from great artists such as Frida Kahlo, L.S Lowry and Vincent Van Gogh

Our fabulous visit from Lancashire Hawks and Owls. The children thoroughly enjoyed seeing such beautiful birds up close. They were amazing.

Meeting Father Christmas

In our week learning about different faiths, the children made a Hindu home temple and included flower garlands, gods, food offerings, a bell and diva lamps.

The children created a printing stamp by drawing a building design on a polystyrene block. They rolled printing ink over the stamp and then built up their city scape by printing their buildings and overlaying them. Finally, they used unilink cubes to overlay white paint to give the impression of windows and light. The finished cityscape looks great.

The children acted out a baptism as part of their RE topic.

The finished vehicles both look fantastic and wheel perfectly. The children did a great job with their designs from the chassis, axles and wheels to the cab and finally the painting. Well done class 2!

The children worked hard on making and painting their vehicles. They were very careful and made sure to follow their planned designs.

The children drew what they love about Creation.

As part of our history topic The Place Where I Live, the children enjoyed comparing old household artefacts with modern ones. They all agreed that life was much harder in the past.

The children had a fantastic visit to the British Commercial Vehicle Museum in Leyland. They enjoyed the walk to the museum and saw the Step houses, Alms Houses and Leyland cross - just some of the amazing history in Leyland.

Welcome to Class 2