Our Attendance Targets


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So Far This Year

95.1%

Target 2015

95.1%

Welcome to Angram Bank Primary


Welcome to Angram Bank Primary

The staff and governors of Angram Bank Primary School join me in extending a warm welcome to you. I hope that our website will tell you about our school, but the best way of finding out is to visit and see for yourself.

Our school motto is: “Where Learning, Fun and Friendship Meet”. Our school’s philosophy is based on giving every child the opportunity to succeed academically and socially and to ensure they achieve as highly as possible. We provide a caring and high quality Learning Environment where children benefit from an ethos of positive attitudes and high expectations... (Read More)

Our Latest News


Red Nose Day

We will be selling Red Noses to raise money for Red Nose Day from Monday 2nd March.  They will be on sale in the infant entrance hall before school and at the junior healthy snack shop at break time.  The noses are £1 each.

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Step into Spring Course

Angram Bank Children's Centre will be running a 5 week course starting Wednesday 11th March 12:30 - 2:30pm. The course is suitable for anyone interested in improving their general wellbeing and will explore the following topics:-

*  5 Ways to wellbeing
*  Managing Stress
*  Improving emotional wellbeing
*  Action planning

The course will provide the opportunity to interact with other parents/participants and find out about other activities, services and groups in the local area.  It will also provide an ideal opportunity to build new friendships and social groups.  For more information please contact the Children's Centre on 0114 2846204.  A free crèche will also be provided


  

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Roman Invasion!

Today Year 3/4 re-enacted a Roman invasion. We spent all morning making Roman helmets and shields. As classes we practised battle formations and put together an invasion plan. In the afternoon we set up base camps and applied our strategy to invade the other camps.

Atkin's Invaders

Gilks' Gladiators




Mighty Mallards


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Year 6 Pupils in Parliament!

Year 6 had a wonderful morning last week when we were lucky enough to have a parliamentary experience which had been organised by Sheffield Wednesday.  Previous to the morning, Y6 had been hard at work creating their own manifestos on how they would improve playtimes if they were voted to power. On the day, 4 children were elected to lead their party and deliver the manifestos to the audience of peers, Mick and Darren from Sheffield Wednesday and our very special visitor Angela Smith MP.  After listening to the speeches, it was decision making time and everyone had to cast their vote on the ballot papers and post them in the ballot box.  Following this, the Registrar, Polling Officer and Chief Counter had the official task of totting up the votes and declaring the winner.

The candidates running for election

 



Delivering the manifestos




Angela Smith MP casting her vote




The officials counting the votes




Angela Smith MP, the candidates and the voters


Quotes from Y6 Thank you letters to Angela Smith MP



"Having our own election was an awesome experience! 
It was a hard decision to make because they all had excellent ideas to make sure that playtimes were better"



"Because of your inspirational speech I have now become a lot more intrigued about parliament
and I would love to visit the House of Commons one day"



"I was very proud when I found out that I was picked to be Chief Counter.  As well as being excited I also felt nervous about delivering the news of the winning party"



"One of my favourite parts was being a Candidate in the election and expressing how we thought playtime could be improved.  I wasn't really bothered that I didn't win, I was just very honoured that I had the privilege to read aloud my manifesto in front of my very own MP (you)"


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