Welcome to Anglesey Primary School!
The schools total attendance is currently at:95.34% Total
Schools are required to provide for the spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development of their students. As part of this requirement, we are expected to actively promote fundamental British values.
The government defines these as:
What does this mean for my child? Our efforts to promote fundamental British values are designed to prepare children for life in modern Britain. Ultimately, we aim to help students understand:
What does this look like in school? The values are reflected throughout our school, including in our ethos, policies and assemblies. Children also engage with the values through the curriculum, in ways that are suitable for their age.
Our duty to actively promote fundamental British values means that we always present views to children in a balanced way. We are also responsible for challenging prejudiced or extreme opinions and behaviour.
In KS1, we promote British Values through our existing curriculum. In addition to this, in Wednesday assemblies we choose a value for two weeks and read relevant stories and talk about what each value means.
After two weeks, each class chooses just one 'VIP' who has shown that value.
They get to sit at the VIP table and have lunch with Mr Hoq.
Mr Hoq then waits on them! The children jump to the front of the queue to get their lunch first and Mr Hoq brings their drinks, puddings and returns their plates.
Here are our some of our school values...
Here are some photos of our VIP lunches...