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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)


What is today's story?


Why not have a listen?

Friday 22nd January


Today we are going to finish this piece of work

on A Midsummer Night's Dream.


Today we are going to complete Activity 3.


Click the link for the full text.

Activity 3

After reading both extracts, we are left with many questions.

Consider some of the following questions and write down your predictions about what could happen next in the play.

Question Prediction - what might or could happen.
What will Oberon do when he realises Puck has made a mistake?  
What will happen to Hermia now Lysander loves Helena?  
What will happen to Demetrius?  
How will the play end?

Thursday 21 January



Today is an Oxford Reading Buddy day.


We have updated the list of children

who have been reading during the last seven days.


Try to read at least one book today.




Alisha, Ayaan, Haleemah, Hayder, Imanah,

Musa, Nawal, Omar, Ridwan, Sadia, Sarah, Sumayya,

Tamanna, Tasha, Mustafa, Yusuf, Zoiya,




Aasiya, Abdullahi, Adam, Alisha, Amara, Amanah, Amirah, Ayaan,

Abdullahi, Fathiya, Ismail, Kadidia, 

Salwa, Samia, Shoaib, Sophia, Tayyaba, Usman, Yusuf



 Abida, Adilur, Akibnur, Ayman, Fateha, Hibbah, , 

Iqra, Maya, Musa, Nyaisah, Rokia,

Ruqayyah, Saheim, Samiul, Yahya, Zakariya, Zayaan





Free ebooks


A free ebook is being made available each week

This week's book is


The Story of Tracy Beaker


Why don't you try to read it this week?


Here is the link:



The Virtual School Library at Oak National Academy

Monday 18 January


Today we are going to learn about the complete story of the play


Have a look at this version. (You will need to paste the link into your browser for this.)


Could you tell the story to someone else!?

Here is another introduction to the story.

English | KS2 | A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare Pt.1 Welcome to Athens | BBC Teach

Puck - a woodland sprite - relates recent events in Athens: Theseus, the Duke, is preparing to marry Queen Hippolyta. Meanwhile Egeus wants his daughter, Her...

Thursday 14th January



Reading is a very important part of your learning.  Try to read every day. 

Monday 11 January






For our reading this week,

we are looking at a Shakespeare play.

Can you watch the first video today and answer the questions?

Friday 8th January

Retrieval Questions

What do you know about Big Ben?  Reading can give you knowledge about so many different things.  Read the text by clicking on the document below.


How do you find answers to retrieval questions?  All you need to do is read the text carefully to find the information you need.  Look for key words in the question and text, to help you find the answer.  Read the text more than once.


Remember to check your answers after you have completed your work.


Thursday 7th January

Capital Letters

How good are you at recognising where a capital letter should be?  Capital letters are used for:

  • proper nouns - people, places, organisations (Anglesey Primary)
  • beginnining of a sentence
  • week days, months, years, holiday celebrations (Christmas)
  • the pronoun "I"
  • family relationships when used as a proper noun (Uncle)
Have a go at finding the words which should begin with a capital letter.  The answers are provided so that you can check your answers after you have completed the work. 

Wednesday 6th January

Today we would like everyone in Year 4 to read at least one book from the Oxford Reading Buddy website.  Try to read with expression.  Make sure you are reading a book which is at your level.  Remember to answer the questions at the end. 


We will check to see how many children in each class have been reading.  Which class will be the winner? 4G?  4M?  4C?  We will also check to see which super readers have moved up a level!

Try to read at least one book today.


Do the quiz and take your time over it.

Answer the questions carefully.


If you score 80% or more,

it counts towards moving you to the next level.

We are trying to raise money to support children at home with their learning. We will be doing a 24 Hour Live teach-a-thon. Here is the donation link