The Golden Eagles and Snowy Owls had an amazing day at Eden Camp on Monday 16th October. The visit fitted perfectly with everything we have been learning about in school linked to World War II; the children were able to apply all their new knowledge. As you can see, there was lots to do and plenty of fun to be had!
The Golden Eagles and Robins love to read together on a Friday morning. The classrooms looked a little different on Friday 13th October, though, as the children were dressed ready for the PTA Spooky Disco!
The Golden Eagles are in the middle of creating some fabulous Anderson Shelter models ready for our Greenlands’ War Museum. They have been using a range of tools carefully and precisely!
During the morning and evening of Wednesday 28th June, the Key Stage 2 children from Anston Greenlands Primary School put on a stunning performance of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’
I hope that all members of our audiences would agree that all the children’s hard work paid off. The staff were thrilled with the quality of the performances from our actors, singers and dancers. There are definitely some future stars of stage and screen in our school! All of our behind-the-scenes crew worked maturely and with terrific independence to make sure that the play ran as smoothly as possible.
A huge thank you goes to our parents, carers, grandparents, family members and friends for all of your support with learning lines, providing costumes and finding props. You made a fantastic audience – thank you for laughing and clapping in all the right places!
Although we were able to use our beautiful outdoor stage for our morning performance, the great British weather meant that our evening show had to take place indoors. We were so impressed with the way in which the children adapted to the changes so expertly. For those of you who were unable to join us, we would like to share some photos of the play as it was supposed to look!
The Snowy Owls and Golden Eagles had a great day in York on Monday 15th May.
At ‘DIG’ we had the opportunity to investigate finds from real digs with the help of an archaeologist.
We helped a Viking to tell Norse sagas, kennings and myths.
After finding out about the remains of a real Viking village, we boarded a time machine pod and headed back in time to York over a thousand years ago, complete with sounds, smells and sights!