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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


Whole School Attendance

The schools total attendance is currently at:

91.1% (Since September 2020)

Fun stuff

The Anglo-Saxons were made up of three tribes who invaded England from Northern Europe around AD450 (over 1000 years ago). The tribes were called the JUTES, the ANGLES and the SAXONS.


For a long time England wasn't really one country. Anglo-Saxon kings ruled lots of little kingdoms across the land but eventually they joined together as one country. Anglo-Saxon kings ruled in England for about 500 years.


The last Anglo-Saxon king was called HAROLD II. He was killed in 1066 at the BATTLE OF HASTINGS by an army from France called the NORMANS.


Watch and copy the video below to draw King Harold at the BATTLE OF HASTINGS. Unfortunately  I filmed the whole thing sideways AND the video stops before the end of the drawing but here is a picture of what it looked like at the end. Have fun!

Drawing King Harold 1066

How to draw King Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 SIDEWAYS!

Welcome to Anglesey Primary School… Watch our children talking to pop star Jack Savoretti on the BBC .Information about Isolation if someone in the household has tested positive for Covid. The following information is taken directly from a Public Health webinar with Dr Justin Varney: Director of Public Health, Birmingham City Council. (06.01.22) If someone in your household has tested positive and your child is 5 years old or over, they should come into school. The child should do daily lateral flow tests. If someone in your household has tested positive and your child is under 5, then they should stay at home with the person who has tested positive until the isolation period is over.