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
The schools total attendance is currently at:91.1% (Since September 2020)
Continuing our look at the features of a newspaper, have a go at this ...
Thursday 26th November
Today is another
Oxford Reading Buddy day.
These children have been reading at home this week.
A number of children have gone up to the next level.
Also, certificates are waiting at school for each class'
Reader of the Week.
Nawal, Yusuf, Eshmail, Hussain, Hayder,
Sadia, Sumayya, Farhan, Alisha, Sarah
Tariq, Ridwan- 4C
Ayaan, Yusuf, Abdullahi, Eshan, Khatera,
Fathiya, Aasiya, Ismail, Amara - 4G
Abida, Akibnur, Ayaan, Fateha, Hibbah,
Humaira, Ibrahim, Iqra, Musa,
Juned, Musa I, Noor, Zayaan,
Nyaisah, Rokia, Ruqayyah, Samiul - 4M
How many books
have you time to read today?
How carefully can you answer
the quiz questions?
Can you get closer
to going up to the next level?
For today's reading,
we are going to join a Book Club!
Bitesize Daily Book Club:
Charlie Changes Into a Chicken
by Sam Copeland
Monday 23rd November
'The Whale' includes one or two newspaper articles. When we get back to school, we will be learning about the features of a newspaper. Here is some information and a quiz that tells you about this. We are not expecting you to do the writing (but, obviously, you can if you want to!)
Friday 23 October
Here is some reading about whales. Try the questions?
Thursday 22 October
Well done with your reading at home.
So many of you are giving time to
Oxford Reading Buddy.
You are making great progress.
Wednesday 21st October
Have you ever wondered why the colour of the sky changes? This text will give you some information about the sky and its colours.
Tuesday 20th October 2020
Reading comprehension - Read the information sheet about whales. Answer each question in a full sentence.
E.g. Where do whales swim?
Whales swim in the ocean.
Click on the link.