Anglesey Primary Academy

Staffordshire, United Kingdom

Location: Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Primary
Funding status: State - Academy
Gender: Mixed
Age range: 4 - 11 years

About Anglesey Primary Academy

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Anglesey Primary Academy is an exciting and vibrant place to work that is forward thinking with dedicated, hardworking staff who are committed to serving a culturally and linguistically diverse community. The Academy was graded as ‘Good’ by Ofsted in January 2016. We are a large 3 form entry Primary Academy with 583 pupils. Approximately 81% of children are bilingual or multilingual and there are 27 different languages spoken within the Academy. We have children from many diverse backgrounds, speaking a number of different languages. As an academy we celebrate this diversity. Our specialist EAL team are trained in our main languages and support children, parents and staff, as well as assessing children in their first language. They also ensure that all children develop their grasp of English as a language as quickly as possible. 

Our academy is well equipped with appropriate resources to support all our children and their diverse cultural and religious experiences and backgrounds are reflected in the curriculum and activities that the academy organises.

Our Vision and Values

At Anglesey Primary Academy we constantly endeavour to create a welcoming, secure and stable environment.  Only then can we successfully achieve our aims and help the children reach their full potential. 

Anglesey is AIMING HIGH
 AMBITION - Reaching our dreams ATTITUDE - Being responsible ACHIEVEMENT - Doing our best ACTION - Making it happen.
 Our aims are to:

  • To encourage active partnership between home, school and the community and their participation in all aspects of school life.
  • To raise standards and achievement through high expectations.
  • To offer equal opportunities to all children and staff regardless of gender, religion, race or any other special needs.
  • To provide, through the statutory requirements, a wide range of broadly based experiences appropriate to individual needs so as to enable every child to realise his or her potential.

Our Curriculum

Our curriculum reflects the attitudes, values and respect that we have for all ethnic groups that make up the diverse community of our academy. So, for example, the history curriculum gives due emphasis to ancient African traditions and cultures in the work that the children do on the Ancient Egyptians. In the religious education curriculum topics focus on religious festivals, the children study the importance of Diwali to Hindus and Vaisakhi to Sikhs. We also celebrate Eid, Diwali, Chinese New Year, Christmas, Easter and Harvest through a range of phase assemblies and topics that are researched and produced by different year groups. Teachers often celebrate other religious festivals if they have a child in their class from a particular religious background

As an academy we constantly review the curriculum and insure that it reflects the needs of our community and our children.

To view our curriculum across all our classes as well as our wider curriculum policy please click  here 


We are judged to be a 'Good' school and we were last inspected in January 2016. To view all our Ofsted reports please click  here 

Our Trust 

We are proud to be part of Academies Enterprise Trust.  

Academies Enterprise Trust (AET) is a national network of 64 primary, secondary and special schools across England. Our schools are located across England including the North East, Yorkshire and the Humber, Midlands, London, West of England, Kent and the South Coast.

As  the sponsor, AET believes that all young people deserve to become world-class learners – to learn, enjoy, succeed and thrive in a first rate educational environment with the best facilities, the best teaching and the most up-to-date resources available to them.  In each of our academies, you will benefit from visionary, inspirational and dynamic leadership and be empowered to develop your own skills with access to world-class CPD and Talent Management programmes.  You will also be entitled to the following benefits: a health cash plan, vehicle affinity scheme, childcare vouchers and Westfield rewards.

As the largest MAT across England we work together in partnership and embrace the different contexts and diverse communities our schools serve to provide the very best possible education for around 35,000 young people and their families.

We offer a wide range of career pathways to our teachers, middle leaders, support staff and senior leaders with many of our schools being host to Teach First and Ambition School Leadership.

AET is also an approved Apprenticeship Training Provider (through the SFA) which allows us to deliver a wide range of apprenticeship programmes across the Trust and our school network. To find out more about what we offer click here 

We also offer School Direct teacher training programmes across our network. For more information please click here

To find out more about about AET please visit us at 

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Address: Clarence Street, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 3LG, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1283 563811