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At Anglesey, we are a vibrant and nurturing school community, where children are given the skills to become, inquisitive, resilient, independent learners. Our curriculum provides a range of creative, challenging and inspiring experiences for all. This equips our children with the life skills to be happy, flourish and be successful...Today, tomorrow and in the future

Attendance

Whole School Attendance

The schools total attendance is currently at:

91.1% (Since September 2020)

ENGLISH

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Key Stage 1

Key Stage 2

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

The Magic Paintbrush: mood

 

The Magic Paintbrush: created story (mood)

Recount: diary entry

Monkeys and Hats: problems

 

Monkeys and Hats: recycled story (problems)

 

Instructions: how to make a paper crown

 

Awongalema: description

Awongalema: recycled story 

 

Discussion: should animals be kept in zoos?

Honey and Trouble: character

Honey and Trouble: recycled story (character)

 

Persuasion: Buy my honey

Anansi and Tiger

Anansi and Tiger: Endings

Information: All about Tigers

Jack and the Beanstalk: characters, mood, problems

 

Jack and the Beanstalk: created story (characters, mood, problems)

 

Explanation: how beans grow

 

How Butterflies Came to Be

 

 

How Coyote Brought Fire to the Earth (1)

How Coyote Brought Fire to the Earth (2)

Instructions: How to defeat the fire giants

 

Baba Yaga: openings

 

Baba Yaga: created story (openings)

 

Non-chronological report: All about Witches

 

The Eagle Who Thought He Was A Chicken: characters and problems

 

The Eagle Who Thought He Was A Chicken: recycled story 

 

Explanation: how birds fly

Ganesh Gets Married (1)

 

Ganesh Gets Married (2)

 

Discussion: Who was right: Ganesh or Kartikeya?

 

Persephone: endings

 

Persephone: creation story (endings)

 

Recount: news report

The Bird and the Forest Fire: middles

The Bird and the Forest Fire: recycled story (middles)

 

Persuasion: Why you should never light fires in a dry forest

The Unlucky Man

 

 

Writing

The BFG - Narrative Writing

 

Reading

Into The Forest by Anthony Browne

 

Writing

Portia Spiders - Non-Chronological Report

 

Reading

Mulan by Michaela Morgan

 

Writing

The Man on the Moon - Narrative Writing

 

Writing

The Fate of Fausto - Narrative Writing

 

Reading

The Firework Maker's Daughter by Phillip Pullman

 

Writing

Monster Pizza - Instructions

 

Writing

Healthy Food - Persuasive writing

 

Reading

King of the Sky by Nicola Davies

 

Writing

The Day the Crayons Quit - Persuasive writing

 

Writing

Aladdin - Narrative Writing

 

Reading

Rushing Rivers by Kingfisher

 

Writing

The Happy Prince - Narrative Writing

 

Reading

The Suitcase Kid by Jacqueline Wilson

 

Writing

How Bees make Honey - Explanation writing

 

Writing

Angler Fish - Non chronological report

 

Reading

There's A Boy In The Girls' Bathroom by Louis Sachar

 

Writing

The Robin - Narrative Writing

 

Reading

Hansel and Gretel by Anthony Browne

 

Writing

A Christmas Carol - Narrative writing

 

Writing

John Lyons - Poetry

 

Reading

I Was a Rat! by Phillip Pullman

 

Writing

Chocolate Making - Explanation writing

 

Reading

Hidden Depths: Exploring the Deep by Chloe Rodes

 

Writing

The Borrowers - Narrative writing

 

Writing

The Jabberwocky - Narrative writing

 

Reading

Walter Tull's Scrapbook by Michaela Morgan

 

Writing

Journalistic Writing - based on traditional tales

 

Reading

A Christmas Carol - by Charles Dickens

 

Writing

Whale Rider - Narrative writing

 

 

Writing

How to Train your Dragon - Mixed outcomes

 

Reading

History VIP: Mary Anning by Kay Barnham

 

Reading

The British by Benjamin Zephaniah

 

Writing Wild Cats - Non-chronological reports

 

Writing

Oliver Twist - Narrative writing

 

Reading

Demon Dentist by David Walliams

 

Writing

School Uniform - Persuasive writing

 

Reading

Poetry - The Listeners by Walter de la Mare

 

Writing

The Viewer - Narrative Writing

 

Writing

Macbeth - Narrative writing

 

Reading

Streetchild by Berlie Doherty

 

Writing

Inspirational figures - Biographical writing

 

Reading

Mirror by Jeannie Baker

Writing

The Highwayman - Narrative writing

 

 

Writing

Sherlock Holmes - Mixed outcomes

 

Reading

The Giant's Necklace by Michael Morpurgo

 

Writing

The Windrush - Diary writing

 

Reading

Holes by Louis Sachar

 

Writing

Spiderman - Journalistic writing

 

Reading

The Blitz Survivor Stories

 

Writing

The Golden Compass - Mixed outcomes

 

Reading

Greenling by Levi Pinfold

 

Writing

Rabbit Proof Fence - Narrative writing

 

Reading

London Is The Place For Me by Lord Kitchner

 

Writing

Important Scientists - Biographical writing

 

Reading

Goodnight Mister Tom by Michelle Magorian

 

Writing

Pandas - Non-chronological report

 

Reading

A Career in Computer Games by Anthony Horrowitz

 

Reading

Grammar Practice

 

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English – Grammar, Spellings and Reading for Pleasure

 

Key Stage 2

 

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

GRAMMAR

T1: Sentence level objectives

T2: Word level objectives

T3: Punctuation level objectives

 

 

T1: Sentence level objectives

T2: Word level objectives

T3: Punctuation level objectives

 

 

T1: Sentence level objectives

T2: Word level objectives

T3: Punctuation level objectives

 

 

T1: Sentence level objectives

T2: Word level objectives

T3: Punctuation level objectives

T4: Grammar Practice

 

SPELLINGS

Suffixes: past and present tense

Suffixes: plural

Suffixes: -y

Suffixes: -ly

Suffixes: -ful and -less

Suffixes: -er and -est

Silent letters

Prefixes

Homophones and homonyms

Compound words

 

 

Suffixes - Past and present tense

Suffixes: -ate -en -ify -ise

Suffixes: -tion -ity -ness

Suffixes: -tion -cian -sion -ssion

Suffixes: -ous

Suffixes: -ial

Suffixes: -al

Suffixes: -ic

Suffixes: -ary / -ery

French-derivated sounds - sh (ch) g (gue) k (que)

Double consonants

Compound words

Homophones

Suffixes: -ate -en -ify -ise (2)

 

Suffixes: plurals

Suffixes: ate -en -ify -ise -tion -ity -ness -al -ic -ary -ery -ful -less

Homophones + near homophones

Syllables: -fer syllables

Suffixes: -tion / -cian / -sion / -ssion

/ee/ sound 'ie' or 'ei' spelling

Word endings: -ant / -ent

Suffixes: -able -ible

C making soft and hard sound

Etymology - words of Greek origin 'ch' 'ph' and 'sc' spellings

Unstressed vowels in polysyllabic words

Prefixes: un- dis- mis- in- il- im- ir- re- sub- inter- super- anti- auto- bi- trans- tele-circum- de- pre- pro- sus- con- com- a-

 

Homophones

Suffixes: past and present

Suffixes: -er and -est comparative and superlative

Suffixes: plural

Suffixes: -le -el - al - il

Letter strings: -ough, ear, ou, au, ice

Suffixes: -tion, -cian, -sion, -ssion

Suffixes: -ous

Suffixes: -ial

/ee/ sound spelt ie or ei

Word endings: -ant -ent -ance -ence

Suffixes: -ible -able

Silent letters

French and Greek etymology

Curriculum words

 

 

READING FOR PLEASURE

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Welcome to Anglesey Primary School...REMINDER! Bank Holiday Monday is the 3rd May and school is CLOSED. School is also CLOSED for voting day on Thursday 6th May.
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