Grades 5-8

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Eighth Grade Silver Key Ambassadors

Eighth Grade Silver Key Ambassadors

This week 10 students in St. Anne’s-Belfield School’s eighth grade were trained as Silver Key Ambassadors to lead tours of the Learning Village for prospective parents and students. Now in its third year, this program allows students to practice their... (Continue reading)

I-Map Guides the Way for Grade 5-8 Students

I-Map Guides the Way for Grade 5-8 Students

  Navigating grades five through eight comes with any number of twists and turns, but this year’s students will have things a little easier thanks to the new I-Map. A reference booklet tackling everything from long-held traditions like the School’s... (Continue reading)

Seventh and Eighth Grade Scene Share

Seventh and Eighth Grade Scene Share

Last week, seventh and eighth grade students impressed audiences with challenging dialogue, fierce emotions, and eloquent battles during the Seventh and Eighth Grade Scene Share directed by Ms. Solomon. A gallery of photos is available here.... (Continue reading)

Middle School Students Participate in Annual African Festival

Middle School Students Participate in Annual African Festival

Rainy weather could not dampen spirits at the annual Middle School African Festival! Although the event was moved indoors to the Conway Convocation Center, students enjoyed authentic African food, played in a drum circle, and tried African dance steps. See... (Continue reading)

Students Participate in All-School Community Service Week

Students Participate in All-School Community Service Week

On April 8-11, students from all divisions are participating in the second annual All-School Community Service Week by working at Bellair Farm in southern Albemarle County. With a  mission to run a sustainable business and create a dynamic community around the farm and... (Continue reading)

Writers Series Challenges Middle School Students

Writers Series Challenges Middle School Students

This spring, the Middle School has welcomed three writers to speak to students at various assemblies. As part of the Writers Series, students have heard from sports journalist, Ben Rothenberg, young adult fiction writer, Lana Krumwiede, and a group of nationally and... (Continue reading)

Middle School Arts Festival Promotes Philanthropy

Middle School Arts Festival Promotes Philanthropy

Last Friday and Saturday, fifth grade students had the opportunity to show off their musicianship and performance skills for parents and friends at the Middle School Performing Arts Festival. Mrs. Victoria Redfearn Cave directed the students as they presented the story I... (Continue reading)

Fifth and Sixth Grade Scene Shares Highlight Classroom Lessons

Fifth and Sixth Grade Scene Shares Highlight Classroom Lessons

The past two weeks, fifth and sixth grade theatre arts students produced Scene Shares, which featured what they learned in the previous trimester. In the Fifth Grade Scene Share, students presented three African folktales: Shansa Muntongo Shima, which tells the... (Continue reading)

STAB Students Participate in Hour of Code

STAB Students Participate in Hour of Code

This week, St. Anne’s-Belfield School students are participating in the national Hour of Code. The initiative is an opportunity for every student to try computer science for one hour during Computer Science Education Week (December 9-15). Sponsored by code.org, the Hour of... (Continue reading)

Sixth Grade Science Fair Explores Hypotheses

Sixth Grade Science Fair Explores Hypotheses

Today, sixth graders presented their science projects to other Learning Village students and parents. The exhibitions featured the individual research students completed for the Science Fair. Each student began their projects by identifying a problem or question and then issued... (Continue reading)

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