Enrichment Activities

2019 World Book Day Key Stage 2 Celebration- Mr Bunny's Chocolate Factory. Look at some of the chocolates made by the children as part of today's chocolate workshops. 




At St Anne's we have 120 children learning the Ukelele as well as children learning to play the guitar, a newly forrmed percussion group and a growing choir. Why not come along and join us!


Family Science Workshops- Thursdays 3.30pm until 4.30pm.




On Tuesday 14th June we celebrated the 90th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II. Throughout the week, and as part of our British Values curriculum pupils have been learning about the monachy. We started our celebrationday with some traditional Maypole dancing; thank you Caroline for making this possible.


Some Key Stage 2  pupils also took part in a St Anne's version of the 'British Bake Off.' Once the winners were selected the cakes were sold to pupils to raise school funds. Well done to Georgia, Parris, Kelan, Jessica and Ruby B who were all chosen as winners.

Here are photographs of some of the cakes entered.


Mrs Brown and the kitchen staff prepared a special Royal Street Party Lunch; some of our younger children wore their celebration crowns they had made earlier in the day.



During the afternoon, we celebrated our children's talents with an amazing St Anne's Got Talent Competition; we began by singing God Save the Queen. KS1&2 pupils were represented in the competition and we watched  a variety of entertainment: singing and dancing, comedy sketches, magic tricks. Winners from KS1 and 2 were chosen;the prize was ice cream treats for their classmated. Well done to Year 2 and Year 3. All the children were magnificent and must be congratulated on their efforts and professionalism.

Science week, 14-18th March, always provides lots of activities to enrich the curriculum. This year's theme ' SPACE' did not disappoint! Take a look at some of the work produced by the children. Thank you once again to GALT for donating raffle prizes for our Science Evening.






Cooking in Aftercare- September 2015. Our older children helped the younger ones make cakes; they were delicious!!





Thursday 5th of March was Book Day. Pupils and staff dressed up as characters from their favourite books and a special assembly was organised by Mrs Haggett. A winner from each class was chosen; the prize was a book of their choice from the book club. Mrs Boniface won the teacher prize when she dressed as a Minion!





Science Club CSI photographs; raising the profile of Science at St Anne's. Thank you Mrs Clegg for arranging the Science Club! 






Year 3 children have been working with artist Caroline Caotes to prepare masks and costumes for the Crumpsall carnival which takes place on Sunday 29th June.Can you guess what our theme is?  I'm sure you will agree they have done a wonderful job! Keep watching our website to see what the next group make. 


Crumpsall Carnival Sunday 

Thank you to all the children and parents who turned out to represent St Anne's on Sunday. The parade, costumes and atmosphere were excellent and as usual the children behaviour was super! It was lovely to see so many families at the parade, making it a truely family event. A special thank you goes to the parents and children who carried the large bugs, they looked wonderful with their wings flapping!

This is the first time we have been judged as the winning school for our costumes and masks, well done children and thank you to the artists who worked with our children and supplied all the art materials.






Year 6 visited Condover Hall in June 

The residential to Condoverhall gives our year 6 children the opportunity to participate in a range of outdoor activities. For many of the children it was their first experience of being away from home on their own. We are very proud of their behaviour at Condover hall, the children were fantastic. Also the determination to complete what was some sacry activities was second to non; even the teachers had a go! Click on the link below to see some of the photographs.