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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

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Whole School Attendance

The schools total attendance is currently at:

95.34% Total

The Snail and The Whale

Year 2 and year 3 were involved in a charity fund raiser for Birmingham Children's Hospital. The Project was called The Big Read, run by Wild At Art. The children studied the book 'The Snail and The Whale' and produced some pictures that were used to decorate the bench. The bench will be displayed in Birmingham and will later return to school.

Year 2 and year 3 were involved in a charity fund raiser for Birmingham Children's Hospital. The Project was called The Big Read, run by Wild At Art. The children studied the book 'The Snail and The Whale' and produced some pictures that were used to decorate the bench. The bench will be displayed in Birmingham and will later return to school. 1
Year 2 and year 3 were involved in a charity fund raiser for Birmingham Children's Hospital. The Project was called The Big Read, run by Wild At Art. The children studied the book 'The Snail and The Whale' and produced some pictures that were used to decorate the bench. The bench will be displayed in Birmingham and will later return to school. 2
Year 2 and year 3 were involved in a charity fund raiser for Birmingham Children's Hospital. The Project was called The Big Read, run by Wild At Art. The children studied the book 'The Snail and The Whale' and produced some pictures that were used to decorate the bench. The bench will be displayed in Birmingham and will later return to school. 3
Year 2 and year 3 were involved in a charity fund raiser for Birmingham Children's Hospital. The Project was called The Big Read, run by Wild At Art. The children studied the book 'The Snail and The Whale' and produced some pictures that were used to decorate the bench. The bench will be displayed in Birmingham and will later return to school. 4
Year 2 and year 3 were involved in a charity fund raiser for Birmingham Children's Hospital. The Project was called The Big Read, run by Wild At Art. The children studied the book 'The Snail and The Whale' and produced some pictures that were used to decorate the bench. The bench will be displayed in Birmingham and will later return to school. 5
Year 2 and year 3 were involved in a charity fund raiser for Birmingham Children's Hospital. The Project was called The Big Read, run by Wild At Art. The children studied the book 'The Snail and The Whale' and produced some pictures that were used to decorate the bench. The bench will be displayed in Birmingham and will later return to school. 6
Year 2 and year 3 were involved in a charity fund raiser for Birmingham Children's Hospital. The Project was called The Big Read, run by Wild At Art. The children studied the book 'The Snail and The Whale' and produced some pictures that were used to decorate the bench. The bench will be displayed in Birmingham and will later return to school. 7
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 www.cloudforedu.org.uk/ofsm/birmingham CHILDREN if you want to contact your teacher or share your work, email them at E.g. y1@anglesey.bham.sch.uk 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 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNSVsFYuLRV_CcSbZrK6IhA 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.
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