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)
3D - Mrs Davies (year manager & class teacher), Mrs Sullivan (teaching assistant)
3K - Mr Keeling (class teacher), Mrs Akhtar (teaching assistant)
3L - Mr Henvey (class teacher), Mr Davies (teaching assistant)
The children in year 3 have been looking at the different features of newspapers in order to write one for their Project X reading books.
As part of year 3's photography unit in ICT, the children created some excellent digital art and invited their parents to view it at a gallery opening.
We apologize to the children in 3K who have been unable to go swimming this week due to work being carried out at the Swimming baths.
Children in 3K will be going swimming next week on Wednesday 18th January.
Apologies, this was unforeseen when the letter was sent out before Christmas.
The following are days in which year 3 will be having P.E. this Spring Term.
3D - Wednesday and Thursday
3K -Wednesday(swimming) and Thursday
3L - Tuesday & Friday
A black tracksuit is advisable in the PE kit for times when children are outdoors during the colder months. Standard indoor P.E. requires a plain white polo shirt and black shorts or leggings.
Children will need a swimming costume or trunks and a hat is advised for children with long hair. Pupils may also bring their own swimming goggles or can purchase these from the swimming baths (these are not a requirement). Swimming is compulsory in year 3 if for any reason your child will not be taking part then please speak to the headteacher.
If your child has eczema they may wish to bring some cream to apply after showering.
Homework will usually be given to students on a Friday each week. Children are expected to return the work in a timely manner within the time frame set by their teacher. Homework often includes spellings and times tables to learn in preparation for tests the following week.
School fund is collected every Thursday, a suggested amount is 50p, although any donation will be gladly received. If you wish to pay your school fund donation termly then this is also welcomed.
School fund is vital in order for us to provide additional activities such as: educational visits; celebrations; visitors to the school and play equipment.
The year 3 pupils have been finding different representations of the number 17.