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Sadly, we are unlikely to be able to restart our Toddler Group. The needs of our children have to be our priority. After the disruption to their learning through the last 19 months, we cannot afford the disruption that running Toddlers has on the Foundation Unit.

Welcome

‚ÄčOn behalf of all staff and governors, I would like to welcome you to

Annesley Primary and Nursery School.

 

The years at school are of great importance. It is the time when attitudes are formed, which can affect the whole of your child’s education and his or her later life. Our school aims to provide a happy atmosphere, where positive attitudes are fostered, where your child feels confident safe and secure, can mature socially, emotionally and educationally and can develop qualities of independence, self-discipline and respect for others, which will prepare them well for their next phase of education and eventually, their adult lives.

 

Our school expects high standards of behaviour and attitude to work. I know that as parents you will share my expectations and give your full support, so that your child becomes the best individual, that they can be, when they leave us.

 

When a child starts school, he or she may have many worries and anxieties, that to an adult seem minor, but to the child, these can appear to be colossal. At Annesley Primary and Nursery School, we understand this and recognise that a strong partnership with parents is essential, to enable us to achieve the best for your child.

 

I look forward to a continuing, happy and successful relationship with you all.

 

Yours sincerely,

D. Roberts

Mrs Dawn Roberts

Headteacher

 

 

 

Here is what Year 6 think of Annesley Primary and Nursery School. 

After learning about Kit Wright and his poem called the Magic Box, the children wrote their own

poem, in his style, about our school. 

 

Annesley Primary and Nursery School Magic Box

 

I will put in the box


 

The rural painting of Annesley in 1745,

the scratch of an impatient hen searching for the last grain of corn.

 

I will put in the box

 

The ringing sound of the office phone,

the relaxing sound of the tweeting birds on a fresh spring morning.

 

I will put in the box

 

The juicy apples we have for snack,

and the smiles of the year one children playing tag.

 

I will put in the box

 

The slow plod of the patterned tortoise,

and the long scaly tail of the snake.

 

I will put in the box

 

The wagging tail of a fluffy, white puppy,

the splash from the sky blue waves of the swimming pool.

 

I will put in the box

 

A cheesy grin from the children eagerly watching the ticking clock,

the ringing bell at the end of a great day.

 

My box is made from laughter and joy, it is wrapped in confidence and ambition.

with a bright red and white lid and success in every corner.

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