Snow arrives in Ansdell!
This Christmas Ansdell Primary School choir have helped to raise £456 for the charity Action for Children.They performed alongside St Thomas' Primary school choir and Guardian Concert band one evening. This week they also sang carols for an hour outside the Coop on Woodlands Road. They particularly enjoyed singing for the old people at Starrs Hills care home where they were given a warm welcome.
Well done to Matthew who has received his Gold Award from the library for reading 50 books - for the second time! Quite an achievement!
Well done to Anya in Yr6 - she decided to do a sponsored biscuit and chocolate fast for lent and raised £110, which she chose to donate to Cancer Research.
Staff from the Cancer research shop in Lytham came to school so that Anya could present her cheque.
Years 3 and 4 held a showcase for their parents to show what they have been learning this year.
Have a look at our poetry themed Book Week dressing up below.
22nd February is World Thinking Day. Many of our children came to school wearing their Rainbow, Brownie, Guides, Beavers and Scouts Uniforms.
Gabe and Brooke were our lucky Valentine Hamper winners.
Don't we all look good in red!
Infant Christmas Production - Children of the World
Thank you to the children of EYFS Yr1 and Yr2 for entertaining us with song and dance, telling us how children around the world celebrate Christmas.
The 'Top Table' laid ready for Friday lunch-time.
The first group of children to be invited to the top table for excellent manners.
Five children each brought a friend. Well done!
Well done to all our fantastic gymnasts who performed at 'Gymfest'. The event was held in Manchester this year and we would like to thank all who supported. We look forward to a further gymnastic show at the beginning of this year's summer fair.
On Thursday 11th June, the Eco Council, helped by a group of children from Yrs 5 and 6 and Ansdell station volunteers, planted up the beds outside Ansdell Institute. They were provided with the plants by Blackpool and the Fylde Council after winning a competition to design an edible flower garden.
Reading View. Alt Shift A for Accessibility Help.
The project was organised by Groundwork, who are one of a number of organisations supporting the movement for sustainable food across the County, with the recent launch of the Sustainable Food Lancashire Charter.
Have a look when passing by the Institute!
Music Showcase KS2
Our Yr6 musicians, the Yr5 Brass Class, Glee Club and the school choir performed for their friends and families, to show what they have been learning in their lessons and clubs.
Congratulations to our tag rugby team for their success in winning the Fylde Tag Rugby Finals. They will now represent The Fylde in the Lancashire School Games in September.
6th March - Dr Seuss Dress Up
Sports for School Sponsored Fitness Event - 4th March
Today Hannah Whelan came to school to tell us about her life as an Olympic Gymnast. We all took part in a circuit of fitness activities, for sponsorship, to raise money for sports equipment for school, for Action for Children and to help Sports for School support future British athletes.
Here we are in action .....
Week beginning 3rd March
We will be having a Book Week to celebrate World Book Day on Thursday March 5th. As you will know, the works of Dr Seuss are the theme of our week. This should provide lots of fun, as well as promote reading and give the children fun writing opportunities. Lots of nonsense, lots of rhyme - Dr Seuss himself said:
"I like nonsense. I wakes up the brain cells."
As well as the opportunities for literacy, we will be looking at some quotes taken from Dr Seuss' books that give us all something to think about! Here are some examples.
Today you are you, that is truer than true.
There is no one alive that is youer than you.
And will you succeed? Yes, you will indeed!
(98 ¾% guaranteed!)
You can find magic wherever you look.
Sit back and relax.All you need is a book.
You’re off to great places,
Today is your day,
Your mountain is waiting,
So get on your way.
The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.
Think left and think right and think low and think high,
Oh the things you can think up if only you try!
You have brains in your head,
You have feet in your shoes.
You can steer yourself in any direction you choose.
Don't forget to check out the class pages at the end of the week to see what has been happening!
Athletics Team - January 2015, Blackpool Leisure Centre
Well done to the children to who took part in the Education Sunday service at Lytham Methodist Church. The congregation and visitors were very impressed by your singing and acting and what you had to share about your 'hopes and dreams.'