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Our Leadership Team from the current Year 6. The children are looking forward to getting to know more about their new roles and responsibilities, following their elections. The children will be great ambassadors for the other pupils in the younger years. Well done everyone!

The children have been taking part in the CAFOD Big Walk for Lent each Friday at lunchtime. Donations from parents, carers, friends and family are able to be made via Parent Pay.

The children were also lucky enough to have Mrs West (a CAFOD representative) come to present an assembly to explain what CAFOD do and the difference they make to communities in need across the world. 

Saturday 9th March - THE BIG LENT PARISH WALK

The Parish of Our Lady and St Anne's also held a Big Lent Walk for CAFOD, with people from the parishes of St James, St William of York, Our Lady of Peace and Christ the King taking part. The walk started at Our Lady and St Anne's Church and took us via all the other parishes, finishing at Christ the King. It was a wonderful event that brought so many in the community together. Can you spot anyone from St Anne's School?

The total raised for Cafod was £2690. Well done everyone involved!

Our children regularly contribute to displays around our school, showing their responses to scripture and through writing their own prayers of reflection. The Virtues and Values of the term help the children to focus on how Jesus lived and how we can try to follow his example.

Year 2 visit to Signature Care Home in Caversham - Christmas 2023

Miss Talbot and Miss Andrew took the Year 2 class to visit residents at the Caversham Signature Care Home. Here they were able to talk with the residents and practiced their Nativity Songs for the people who live there. The children were a credit to the school and were even lucky enough to have some special brownies as a treaat for all their efforts! Well done year 2 for reaching out to our wider community. We look forward to keeping connected and visiting again soon! Thank you all at Signature for making us feel so welcome.

St Anne's Gardening Club

The children from our gardening club regularly engage in looking after our environment and taking care of God's Creation. The nursery garden was needing some tender loving care and the children worked hard to weed and planted bulbs and talked about their work as 'stewards' of God's gifts. The nursery class were very happy to see the result of all the hard work. Well done everyone and thank you.

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