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Welcome to Anglesey Primary School! Welcome to our new updated website. We made the changes following consultation with parents. We hope it is easier to navigate and has all of the information you need. Please continue to share your ideas with us.

Attendance

Whole School Attendance

The schools total attendance is currently at:

95.34% Total

Year 4

All the Year 4 staff would like to welcome back all the parents and children. We are looking forward to an exciting year ahead. 

 

We have the following members of staff working in Year 4 this year:

Teachers:

4W - Mrs Whittle

4M - Mr Moore

4H - Mr Hyland

 

Teaching Assistants:

Miss Miah

Mrs Akhtar

Mrs Choudhury

 

We are looking forward to sharing all the fun things we do throughout the year with you.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to speak to any of the teachers. 

Homework

Children in Year 4 are expected to know all of their timetables (12x12) and be able to recall the multiplication facts quickly. Children should practise these facts every night.

Children in Year 4 are also expected to do at least 10 minutes of reading every night after school.

 

Swimming

4W has completed their two half terms of swimming now.

4H will be starting swimming on the first week back after the Christmas holidays.

 

Atherstone and Birmingham

In topic, Year 4 children have been studying geography by learning about population and the difference between rural and urban areas. Year 4 children visited Atherstone and Birmingham city centre to learn about how a rural area (Atherstone) is different to an urban area (Birmingham). The children collected data and analysed it to see what the main differences and comparisons between the two were.

 

Residential at The Brig House

Some children in Year 4 enjoyed a residential trip out in the countryside of Atherstone at The Brig House. Fun was had by all who went which included walking through the woods, splashing in every puddle possible, and experiencing the fresh air. Some children took part in a night walk where they listened to the wildlife and had a fantastic view of the stars.

Weston-Super-Mare photos are in the Gallery. During the hot weather, remember to send your child to school with a hat and sun cream if necessary.
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