Welcome to Anglesey Primary Academy

We are very pleased to welcome you and your family to Anglesey Primary Academy. We want to work very closely with all our families. We see our role as partners in educating your child. At Anglesey Primary Academy, we have a dedicated, enthusiastic and talented team of staff who are committed to providing a broad and balanced curriculum. We want your children to develop socially and academically, whilst remaining happy, safe, and keen to come to Anglesey Primary Academy.

We are passionate about being at Anglesey Primary Academy, and look forward to developing good working relationships so that your child benefits. At Anglesey Primary Academy, every day counts. We hope that you find the information on this website both informative, and enjoyable to view. If you have queries about any aspect of school life, do not hesitate to ask our staff in the main office, who will be willing to help.

Our Pupil Blog

  • Check out our Pupil Blog written by Year 5 pupil Erwin!

  • Busy, busy, busy! With assessment week this week and learning how Wallace and Gromit's Breakfast Machine works I've been a bit too busy to post!I'll fill you in on ...
    Posted 5 Feb 2015, 08:46 by Becky Brumby
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The CARROTS are here!

Courtesy And Respect Reward Orange Tokens! (CARROTS)

All our adults in the academy are watching out for great behaviour, acts of kindness and children that are showing they respect and care for our community.

Every class has a special box to keep their token safe, at the end of every fortnight we count up the CARROTS and the class with the most wins a fantastic prize.

Parking - A Reminder

Parking around the academy has become a concern. We would ask that all parents try to help the situation by following these guidelines:

-Walk to the academy if they live locally to reduce traffic congestion.
-Avoid using the staff car park for dropping off or collecting children at the beginning or end of the academy day .

-Do not block driveways or junctions.

-Do not park on the kerb outside the main school entrances, especially the yellow zigzag lines, as this obstructs parents with pushchairs as well as being a safety issue.

Thank you to all those parents who do walk their children to the academy, or park sensibly on the surrounding roads and respect our rules. We will be working in partnership with the local Police team to help make the local area safer during the school run.


Recent Announcements

  • Bingo - A Roaring Success A large gathering of children and members of our local community enjoyed a successful bingo night of Wednesday evening.  £378 was raised for school funds.  Many thanks to Chris Smith and everyone who helped to make this evening a success!
    Posted 24 Apr 2015, 04:38 by Becky Brumby
  • St. George's Day Lunch - 23rd April 2015 Wow, this looks so tasty!             
    Posted 23 Apr 2015, 05:28 by Becky Brumby
  • Tolerance Day - Monday 20th April 2015 We had lots of fun and exciting things happening around school on Monday.  Please take a look at the pictures.
    Posted 22 Apr 2015, 03:03 by Becky Brumby
  • Friends of Anglesey Bingo - Wednesday 22nd April Bingo here at school on Wednesday 22nd April. 6.30pm start. £1 per book, each book has 10 games! Fantastic value, lots of amazing prizes to be won! Everyone welcome, bring your friends! Refreshments will also be on sale.
    Posted 20 Apr 2015, 06:47 by Becky Brumby
  • Comic Relief 2015 Here are some pictures of our funny faces for COMIC RELIEF.  Zuzanna from Y3 with a beautifully decorated face, some of our lovely Lunchtime Supervisors who joined in the fun and the wonderful Mrs Khwaja in her "Day of the Dead" mask which links to Y6's Mexico project.         
    Posted 23 Mar 2015, 09:04 by Becky Brumby
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Academy Newsleters

  • Newsletter 24.04.2015 Our latest newsletter is now available to view, please take a look.
    Posted 24 Apr 2015, 04:34 by Becky Brumby
  • Newsletter 02.04.2015 Our latest newsletter is now available to view, please take a look.  Hope everyone has a lovely Easter!
    Posted 2 Apr 2015, 07:07 by Becky Brumby
  • Newsletter 26.03.2015 Our latest newsletter is now available to view, please take a look.
    Posted 2 Apr 2015, 07:05 by Becky Brumby
  • Newsletter 20.03.2015 Our latest newsletter is now available to view, please take a look!
    Posted 23 Mar 2015, 08:51 by Becky Brumby
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Friends of Anglesey

Many thanks to all parents and friends of Anglsey who have helped to raise funds for  these lovely tables and other play equipment.  The children love them!


Summer Fair
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Head Teacher

Mrs C Hopkins
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School Council

  • Find out all about our School Council and the role they have in helping our school to make our best better!
  • Meeting the Mayor by Haaris Tanvir, Year 6 On Monday the 2nd of March the school council’s leader  offered the school councillors an opportunity to meet the Mayor!(councillor Ron Clarke). When we arrived we went ...
    Posted 17 Mar 2015, 07:36 by Becky Brumby
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Quote of the Week

As I would not be a slave, so I would not be a master.  This expresses my idea of democracy.

Abraham Lincoln


Diary Dates

Monday 4th May


Week commencing 11th May

Year 6 SATS

Tue 2 June

Class Photos

Friday 1st May

Y4 – Trip - Sealife

Friday 15th May


Friday 22nd May

Y6 – Alton Towers


Monday 1st June


Monday 29th June


Tuesday 7th July

Y6 Paulet Induction Day

KS1 Sports Day

Wednesday 8th July

KS2 Sports Day

Thursday 9th July

EYFS Sports Day

Friday 17th July


Tuesday 8th September


"In the Media"

Please click here to read all about our recent visit from an author, S R Levine.!