Weekly update

Week beginning Monday 2nd February

This week is Maths week and the children will be engaged in a range of activities using their mathematical skills.

Also, we have our Learning-to-Learn open mornings when parents are invited to come into the classrooms to see first-hand the techniques we use at St Anne’s to help the children learn. See article below for more information.

Don’t forget to sign up for parent-teacher consultations.  

You will find the term dates for the next two school years by clicking here.

Notices from School Office

L2L Open Mornings

Every year, we organise learning to learn (L2L) events for parents, explaining the techniques we use at St Anne’s and letting you see them in practice. The next L2L open mornings occur during maths week, so maths will be the focus this time. The events start at 8:45am in the hall, with an interactive input from senior staff. Parents then visit their child’s class and, this year, will actively participate in the lesson. After this, there is an opportunity for you to discuss the lesson with the teachers. The session finishes at 10:30am.

The relevant dates are as follows:
Lower phase (Reception & Year 1) - Wednesday 4th February
Middle phase (Years 2, 3 & 4) - Tuesday 3rd February
Upper phase (Years 5 & 6) - Thursday 5th February

Because of the intended participation the lesson, numbers for each class are restricted to six at the maximum. If you would like to attend, please sign up at the school office (in person, by email or phone); it will be first-come-first-served, but we will keep a reserve list.

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