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!

  • Year 5 have been learning about filtering In Year 5 we have been learning all about filtering.  
    Posted 12 May 2015, 07:58 by Becky Brumby
  • 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.

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Recent Announcements

  • Non Uniform Day - Friday 19th June We will be holding a non uniform day on Friday 19th June in exchange for a donation that can be used for the summer fair. So if you child would like to come to school in non uniform then they will need to bring one of the following:(all items should be new, unused and unopened)EYFS - sweetsY1 & Y2 - colouring books, books, pens, crayons etcY3 & Y4 - toiletries, small toy, tins of food etcY5 & Y6 - drinks, fruit juice, bottles of pop, squash etc.We would also be pleased to receive any unwanted gifts that could be used for a prize.Your help is appreciated as all the money raised from this event is spent on the children in ...
    Posted 16 Jun 2015, 08:29 by Becky Brumby
  • Burton Albion showcase their League Two trophy
    Posted 22 May 2015, 04:38 by Becky Brumby
  • Trumpets! Please click here to listen to some of our wonderful children playing the trumpet.  They really are amazing!
    Posted 22 May 2015, 04:28 by Becky Brumby
  • Attendance Matters at Anglesey! Currently our attendance is 94.4%, we need to improve on this and need your help!Every attendance mark counts! Remember we count mornings and afternoons as 2 separate sessions. Please ensure medical/dental appointments are booked out of school hours wherever possible, but if hospital appointments occur during the school day, please bring your child back to school afterwards.
    Posted 14 May 2015, 05:26 by Becky Brumby
  • Healthy Families Here at Anglesey Primary Academy we encourage all the children to have a healthy lifestyle, to be motivated and try to achieve their best.Come along for the next 6 weeks and try new foods and learn how to have a healthy lifestyle for both you and your child.If you attend all 6 sessions (which start this Thursday and run from 15:05 - 16:30) you will get free tickets to a Burton Albion game and have a meal cooked for you by their very own chef!If you are interested in joining the scheme, please call the school on 01283 563811 and ask for Mrs Cooke.
    Posted 5 May 2015, 08:47 by Becky Brumby
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Academy Newsleters

  • Newsletter 12.06.2015 Our latest newsletter is now available to view.  Please take a look.
    Posted 12 Jun 2015, 05:03 by Becky Brumby
  • Newsletter 5th June 2015 Our latest newsletter is now available to view.
    Posted 5 Jun 2015, 06:58 by Becky Brumby
  • Newsletter 22nd May 2015 Our latest newsletter is now available to download, please take a look!
    Posted 22 May 2015, 04:33 by Becky Brumby
  • Newsletter 14th May 2015 Please click here to view our latest newsletter!
    Posted 14 May 2015, 05:10 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!

FORTHCOMING EVENTS


Summer Fair
Friday 3rd July
3pm - 5pm


Please click here to download a stall application

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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


I'm not concerned with your liking or disliking me...All I ask is that you respect me as a human being.

Jackie Robinson

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Diary Dates


Friday 19th June

Non Uniform Day

Monday 22nd June

Y6 Leavers photos

Monday 29th June

Paget Induction Day

Friday 3rd July

Summer Fair

Monday 6th July

Y3 Trip to Conkers

Tuesday 7th July

Y6 Paulet Induction Day

KS1 Sports Day

Wednesday 8th July

KS2 Sports Day

Thursday 9th July

EYFS Sports Day

Monday 13th July

Drama Performance

16:45 – 17:30

Friday 17th July

BREAK UP

"In the Media"

Please click here to find out more about Election Fever at Anglesey

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

Year 6 talk about the Magna Carta.  Please click here for  more!