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  • Band-Fest

    Published 06/12/21

    Well done to the children that took part in the bandfest concert on Tuesday. They were accompanied by Ms Choules who was very impressed by their behaviour and attitude.

    Ruby 6P, Nilana 6P, Anjali 6P, Miriana 5B, Harriet 5G

    You all worked very hard and represented the school excellently. We so proud of you all.

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  • ART EXHIBITION

    Published 06/12/21

    On the 4th of November St Anselm’s Primary School held an Art Exhibition. A small group of children from Roxeth were lucky to go and see their amazing work. Their art showcase was inspired by artist like Jacqueline Hurley and her Remembrance Day art and  abstract portraits by Picasso. We were able to speak to pupils and teachers about their creations and take some inspirations back to Roxeth.

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  • STEM Week - Sublime Science Assembly

    Published 06/12/21

    Sublime Science assembly

    To kick-start our STEM Week, we had Sublime Science carrying out an incredible assembly for us with some jaw-dropping science experiments! The amazement on the children's faces was priceless! All classes then participated in workshops carrying out fascinating experiments such as rocket blasting and making bubbles. 

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  • DIWALI ASSEMBLY

    Published 06/12/21

    This year a few children in Year 4 & 5 took part in a fantastic Diwali  assembly. They described, through a series of powerpoint slides, how Diwali is a five-day Festival of Lights, celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains throughout the world. Some of them even made rangoli patterns, divas and had their hands decorated with henna! 

    They narrated  the story of Rama and Sita and the triumph of good over evil and light against darkness. The children in the audience talked about their  own celebrations of Diwali and New Year: spring cleaning and decorating the house with rangoli patterns, going to the temple, wearing new clothes, lighting diyas and candles and last but not least, meeting family and friends to share delicious food and Indian sweets!
    Diwali is a time for fun, family and friends. To reflect this, the assembly ended with a fantastic Bollywood dance performed by six very talented girls.

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