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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:

90.6% (Since September 2020)

LIFE SKILLS

How many of these can you do?

Year 1

Year 2

  • Put their coat on independently and fasten Dress independently for p.e.
  • Hang up coats and book bags
  • Put work into book bag at the end of the day, independently
  • Empty book bag at home
  • Look after their own things – jumper, p.e. kit, shoes, coat, hat (items need to be labelled with their name)
  • Understand hygiene and be able to wash hands independently
  • Make healthy food choices and use knife and fork independently
  • Eat fruit appropriately, peel bananas, oranges
  • Understand the value of different coins and notes
  •  Can use scissors safely and with good control
  • Can hold a pencil in a tripod grip
  • Can write their full name
  • Understand stranger danger
  • Understand that some strangers can be helpful – police, firefighters, teachers
  • Speak clearly in a group
  • Listen to a partner, a group, whole class
  • Be able to speak to adults and children clearly and appropriately
  • Use the internet safely with a grown up
  • Understand why it is important to recycle and help with recycling around the home and at school
  • Look after the school and home environment, using bins for rubbish
  • Dress and undress themselves for p.e.
  • Tie shoe laces, fasten shoes
  • Understand what is meant by a healthy diet
  • Know where vegetables and fruit come from, grow things in the garden
  • Prepare food hygienically
  • Use all cutlery correctly
  • Use money to buy items at the shop
  • Recognise the value of coins and notes
  • Shop with family
  • Hold a pencil correctly
  • Know their own address
  • Help with chores at home e.g. taking plates to the kitchen, making beds
  • Speak clearly in a group
  • Listen to a partner, a group, whole class
  • Be able to speak to adults and children clearly and appropriately
  • Safe use of internet with parental guidance
  • Work alongside peers and ask peers for help if stuck
  • Understand why it is important to recycle and help with recycling around the home and at school
  • Look after the school and home environment, using bins for rubbish

 

Year 3

Year 4

  • Tie shoe laces, do up buckles
  • Fold own clothes when changing for p.e.
  • Know where vegetables and fruit come from, grow things in the garden and harvest them
  • Be able to make a sandwich and clear up after themselves
  • Use all cutlery correctly
  • Know the value of coins and notes and be able to say if they have enough money to but a single item
  • Be able to check to see if they have the correct change when paying with £1.00, £5.00, £10.00
  • Be able to use scissors safely
  • Be able to write their full name
  • Know their own date of birth Know their own address
  • Know how to make emergency phone calls and what their address is
  • Be able to put on a plaster
  • Help with chores at home e.g. taking plates to the kitchen, making beds, tidying own rooms
  • Speak clearly in a group
  • Listen to a partner, a group, whole class
  • Be able to speak to adults and children clearly and appropriately Make sensible contributions to class council
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  • Safe use of internet with parental guidance
  • Work alongside peers, ask their peers for help if stuck
  • Understand why it is important to recycle and help with recycling around the home and at school
  • Look after the school and home environment, using bins for rubbish
  • Begin to learn basic swimming skills, understand water safety
  • Be able to change independently for swimming sessions
  • Begin to set alarm clocks to wake themselves up at the right time

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Know when their clothes need to be washed
  • Know when their p.e. kit needs to go home to be washed
  • Be able to pack all things they need for school independently – p.e. kit, book bag
  • Make healthy snack choices
  • Follow a hygiene regime when they have a cold
  • Look after dinner money, trip money and hand it to class teacher safely
  • Spend money t the shop and know what change to expect from £1.00 to £10.00
  • Know their full address
  • Know a contact phone number
  • Know their own date of birth Have road safety awareness, know where it is safe to cross
  • Recognise which times tables they need to practice, where they have gaps
  • Have basic first aid skills, know what items there are in first aid kit, how to make emergency calls
  • Help with chores at home e.g.  washing plates, making beds, tidying own rooms
  • Speak clearly in a group
  • Listen to a partner, a group, whole class
  • Be able to speak to adults and children clearly and appropriately Make sensible contributions to class council

 

  • Be aware of internet safety, use the internet with parental guidance
  • Be able to work as a team and act appropriately with peers
  • Understand why it is important to recycle and help with recycling around the home and at school
  • Look after the school and home environment, using bins for rubbish
  • Have basic swimming skills, be able to change independently for swimming, ensure all items are brought back to school
  • Begin to set alarm clocks to wake themselves up at the right time

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 5

Year 6

  • Pack own bags for school, have a set routine for remembering when to bring p.e. kit, homework etc
  • Have routines for personal hygiene
  • Safety in the home – be able to make a cup of tea safely, cook simple things with supervision
  • Have an increased awareness of what a healthy lifestyle and diet is
  • Money management – be able to estimate total costs, know what change to expect
  • Know the route to and from school
  • Road safety – cross safely and be able to walk home alone if parents allow it
  •  Be able to type at speed
  • Use a ruler correctly
  • Help with chores at home e.g.  washing plates, making beds, tidying own rooms, simple cooking
  • Speak clearly in a group
  • Listen to a partner, a group, whole class
  • Be able to speak to adults and children clearly and appropriately
  • Make sensible contributions to class council
  • Understand why it is important to recycle and help with recycling around the home and at school
  • Look after the school and home environment, using bins for rubbish
  • Interact safely when on line, know when and how to report issues
  • Peer discussions – be able to sort out problems with friendships
  • Be able to swim and have an understanding of water safety
  • Learn to ride a bike and understand road safety when cycling
  • Be able to tell the time, read a timetable for a bus and a train
  • Set alarm clocks to wake themselves up at the right time

 

  • Be responsible for own things, stationery, homework, books, p.e. kit, consent forms
  • Be able to make own breakfast, consider healthy options
  • Safety in the home – be able to make a cup of tea safely, cook simple things with supervision
  • Money management – be able to estimate total costs, know what change to expect
  • Road safety – cross safely and be able to walk home alone if parents allow it
  • Know the route to and from school, route to local shops
  • Be able to type at speed
  • Use a ruler correctly
  • Understand basic first aid and emergency procedures like dialling 999
  • Know where to get help, what to say e.g. mental health, bullying, personal problems
  • Help with chores at home e.g. washing plates, making beds, doing washing, simple cooking
  • Speak clearly in a group
  • Listen to a partner, a group, whole class
  • Be able to speak to adults and children clearly and appropriately Make sensible contributions to class council
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  • Understand why it is important to recycle and help with recycling around the home and at school
  • Look after the school and home environment, using bins for rubbish
  • Interact safely when on line, know when and how to report issues
  • Interact safely when on line, know when and how to report issues
  • Peer discussions – be able to sort out problems with friendships
  • Be able to swim 25m unaided and understand water safety
  • Set alarm clocks to wake themselves up at the right time
  • Keep a diary or list of things to do, important dates to remember

 

Welcome to Anglesey Primary School...Parents of Year 6 children need to apply online for Y7 secondary places, before the end of October. Families need to apply online at https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/schooladmissions or Direct link to the application page is https://eadmissions.birmingham.gov.uk/prefs.php...Parents...We currently have places available in our Nursery school. If you have a child who is 3 years of age and born between September 2016 to August 2017 they can start nursery with us now. If you have a child who will be 3 years of age between September and December 2020 we will be able to offer them a place in January...
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