Reception Nativity

On Friday 12th December, the children in Reception performed their nativity ‘Born in a Barn’ for their parents, having presented it to the school the day before.

It was wonderful to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas together. The children had worked very hard rehearsing for this, as was evident in the fantastic performance which was enjoyed by all.

The nativity performance was a lovely way to celebrate the excellent start the children have made to their school life at St Anne’s. The children thoroughly enjoyed singing the songs and acting in front of an audience, doing this with incredible confidence. They have all made us very proud.

Our learning journeys

As part of our "People who help us" learning journey, we were lucky to have visits from people who work in the community to help us.

We had a visit from the local fire brigade who brought in their fire engine for us to look at. We were able to sit on the fire engine and have a go at using the hose, trying to avoid any teachers!

Their visit did not last as long as we would have liked as they were called to an emergency.

Inspector Bullen came to visit us and talked about how the police help us. He spoke about the different jobs the police do to keep us safe and spoke about the different things they use in their job and their uniform. He explained about how finger prints work and we all made a sticker which contained our own finger print.

At the end of this learning journey, a lot of us wanted to work in the emergency services!