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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:

95.34% Total


Easter Holidays 

Monday 6th - Friday 17th April


Happy Easter Holidays everyone! We hope you are enjoying spending quality time with your family at home and learning together.  As it’s the Easter Holidays we have come up with some fun activities that you may choose to do over the next two weeks at home. Please click the ‘Easter Holiday activities w.b. 6th April’ Word document below if you wish.


Remember, you can always go back to catch up or repeat any activities from the previous two weeks. Just scroll down this page to find them.


We now have a new nursery email address:


Please send photos of you doing some of the activities so we can see. Please feel free to ask us any questions about planning or resources. We miss you all and want to see what you are getting up to! 

Bedtime story

'Guess How Much I love You'


Mrs Kelly has kindly recorded a bedtime story for you to watch at home! Click the link to our Anglesey Primary School Youtube channel to watch it.

Additional Resources


Early Years Picture News Resources

Use these resources to ask and answer questions, look at the photos, draw your own pictures and your talk about your ideas. 

Oxford Reading Buddy 


Nursery Readers of the Week 03/04/20

Congratulations to:


Azaan Ahmed (NKM) and Maryam Ali (NN)


but also a big shout out to:


NKM: Fouzia Amin, Muhammad Yunus Tariq and Nuha Hussain

NN:  Ayaan Shoaib 


who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!


Well done to NKM - more children are reading this week and more progress is being made!

Come on NN! Can you beat them next week?


  Target Reading Band for Nursery Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
NKM Band 1 28% ( 18% last week) 20% (15% last week)
NN Band 1 13% (13% last week) 11% (8% last week)

Oxford Reading Buddy


We are aware that some children have had recent difficulties accessing ebooks on the website. This is the message we have had from Oxford regarding this:


'We are aware that some users are experiencing problems opening some eBooks in the latest version of Chrome. We are working on a solution, and this should be fixed on Friday 3 April. In the meantime, please try Edge, Safari or Firefox. We apologise for any inconvenience.'


If any of you continue to have any further difficulties, please email us using the year group email and we will contact Oxford on your behalf.

Oxford Reading Buddy 

Nursery Readers of the Week 27/03/20

Congratulations to:

Azaan Ahmed (NKM) and Ayaan Shoaib (NN)


but also a big shout out to:

Muhammad Yunus Tariq (NKM) and Nuha Hussain (NKM)

who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!


  Target Reading Band for Nursery Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
NKM Band 1 18% 15%
NN Band 1 13% 8%


Monday 30th March - Friday 3rd April


Please download this week’s ‘Home activities w.b. 30th March 2020’ document below.

More useful website links for fun activities to do at home


Phonics Play FREE login 

The Phonics Play website has made all of its games and resources free during this time when children are learning from home.  


  1. Click the link below. 
  2. Click the red ‘Login’ button. 

  3. Type in the username and password below. Click login. 

  4. Go to the ‘Resources’ tab and then ‘Phase 1’ and ‘Phase 2’. 


Our nursery children are learning Phase 1 and have started to learn a little of Phase 2 phonics. These link to our home learning activities this week. 

  • Phase 1 - Environmental sounds. Use all the games to listen to and identify different sounds.  

  • Phase 2 - Play ‘Grab a Giggling Grapheme’ game to practise recognising ‘s, a, t, p’ letter sounds. Please click on the ‘s a t p’ button as these are the sounds we have learnt in Nursery so far. 


Username: march20 

Password: home 



PE with Joe 

Join Joe Wicks for a live exercise class Monday-Friday at 9.00am. 


Dance with Oti Mabuse from Strictly Come Dancing 

Join Oti as she teaches you new dance routines to songs from children’s films Monday-Friday at 11.30am. 

Nursery home learning activities


All the Anglesey nursery staff hope you and your families stay safe over the coming weeks. Please look after each other and remember personal hygiene is really important. We have found a fun activity that you can do with your children at home to show the importance of hand washing.


Please see the attached Word documents for learning activities to do at home while Nursery is closed. This will be updated weekly.


Weekly updates on OXFORD READING BUDDY Nursery Readers will be posted in Gallery Tab under Oxford Reading Buddy Readers of the Week Tab 


The Twinkl website are providing a two-week free subscription, which has a wide variety of resources available. Click ‘School Closure Help - EYFS’


Child initiated learning is a huge part of our day, so we have planned ideas and activities to easily complete at home. Remember, questioning and conversation is where the learning happens!


Other useful websites and resources:

  • Jo Wicks 5 minute workout for kids


  • Cold playdough recipe


Makes: 1 coloured ball

Prep: 10 minutes

         You will need:

  • 8 tablespoons of plain flour
  • 2 tablespoons of salt
  • 60ml warm water
  • food colouring
  • 1 tablespoons of vegetable oil 



1. Mix the flour and salt in a large bowl. In a separate bowl mix together the water, a few drops of food colouring and the oil.

2. Pour the coloured water into the flour mix and bring together with a spoon.

3. Dust a work surface with a little flour and turn out the dough. Knead together for a few minutes to form a smooth, pliable dough. If you want a more intense colour you can work in a few extra drops of food colouring.

4. Store in a plastic sandwich bag (squeeze out the air) in the fridge to keep it fresh.


  • Disco dough (playdough)

Oxford Reading Buddy


Please can you make sure that you log on with your child every week.

There are lots of fabulous books to enjoy with your child and we would encourage you to make this a regular habit so that your child learns books are to be enjoyed.

If you have mislaid your child's login, please request it again from their class teacher. 

We monitor in school how often your child uses the site and it helps us to plan support for your child in school. 

This is an invaluable resource for helping your child continue their learning while at home.

Thank you for your support.

Welcome to Nursery


We would like to welcome all of our new children and families to Anglesey Primary School.


Class NN: Mrs Noakes, Mrs Akhtar, Mrs Yousef.

Class NKM: Mrs Kelly, Mrs Mitcham and Mrs DeCosta

Targeted Support: Mrs Kaur



Parent E-Safety Workshop


Thank-you to all of our Parents that came to our E-Safety Workshop, we hope you found it useful and now feel confident in how to keep your children safe on-line. Please see website below if you would like further support.

Happy Chinese New Year!


Nursery have had a great time learning and celebrating Chinese New Year. They have used different tools to make Chinese Lanterns, learned and performed a Dragon Dance and made a Stir Fry. The children really enjoyed cooking the Stir fry, learning the names of the vegetables and most of all using their senses to smell, see, feel and then taste the delicious food. 

Picture 1
Picture 2

Happy New Year!


We would like to welcome all of our children and families back to school and we hope you had a restful holiday. The children have moved to their new classrooms and have settled in well.

This half term is Chinese New Year and we will be learning all about this exciting festival. The children will be cooking a stir fry. They will use their senses to taste, smell, look, feel and even listen to the vegetables as they fry. We will also be making Chinese lanterns and learning why these are so important to Chinese New Year. 

It is also Valentines Day this half term and we will be making biscuits for some-one we love. We will write a list so that we know what ingredients we need. Whilst we make the biscuits we will observe how the ingredients change when mixed together and then how it changes from a dough to a biscuit when it is cooked in the oven. 

Over this half term we will be writing a letter to the Zoo, as we will be learning all about the story of 'Dear Zoo'. When the children have wrote their letter, they will take them to the local post-box and post them. I wonder what animal they will choose?

On Tuesday 11th February we will be having a Parent meeting to talk about

E-Safety. During that week the children will be learning about keeping themselves safe on-line. 




Children In Need Day


Nursery had a fantastic day celebrating and raising money for Children in Need. The children wore their own pyjamas and took part in a range of activities which included: creating a Pudsey Bear using various materials, Pudsey Counting and dancing. We talked with the children about the reason behind why we give to Charity and how we can help children who are less fortunate than ourselves "Its for children who don't have any toys" one of children told their friends. We would like to say a BIG Thank-you to all of Parents for their donations, as we raised £66.08.








National Fitness Day


Nursery took part in National Fitness Day!! We had a great time doing our exercises in range of ways...we found out nursery can do fantastic dancing, jumping, running, balancing and even playing Basketball!!  


Starting Nursery School


This is a very exciting time for our children, as they start nursery, meet their new teachers and begin to make new friends. It is important for us to ensure that the children settle well into nursery and are happy in order for them to begin their learning journey.


At Anglesey Primary School we use the Early Years Curriculum to plan for your child's emergent learning needs, as well as allowing the children to follow their own interests during Child Initiated Play to further develop their learning. The teachers also plan a varied curriculum that is tailored to our children. This is updated each half term and can be viewed on the Curriculum page.


During this half term the children will learn:

How to be a good friend and share toys.

To develop their speaking and listening skills.

Be independent in self care e.g. going to the toilet and managing personal hygiene.

To become confident in exploring the indoor and outdoor classroom.


Once the children have settled we will have a variety of Parent Workshops. As a school we believe that working with our parents is of the upmost importance in order for our children to have the best education possible. As part of the workshops you will be able to see what and how we teach the children and in turn this allows for you to support your child's learning at home. The details of workshops will follow throughout the year.


We would like to Thank-you for your support in helping to settle the children and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to speak to your child's teacher.

The Nursery Team


Welcome to Anglesey Primary School... Follow us on Twitter @AngleseyP...Watch our videos on our school Youtube channel...If you want to check your free school meal entitlement go to CHILDREN if you want to contact your teacher or share your work, email them at E.g. depending on your year group...Every day your teachers are putting work on the website and you can find videos on the school Youtube channel at or try searching Anglesey Primary School on Youtube. Go to CHILDREN, then CLASS PAGES and look in your Year Group...We need to do all we can to reduce the spread of COVID-19. School will be closed to almost all pupils from Monday. School is only open for those children who absolutely NEED to attend. We can provide care for a limited number of pupils who are vulnerable or whose parents are CRITICAL to the COVID-19 response.