Welcome to Foundation Stage! We work with children from three to five years and follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum. We have a FS1 Base (Nursery) and a FS2 Base (Reception). The teachers in FS1 are Mrs Hotchkiss and Miss Hotchkiss who are supported by Curriculum Specialist Mrs Byrne and Teaching Assistants Mrs Stephens and Mrs Harrison. In FS2 the teachers are Mrs Bell and Mrs Hurst who are supported by Teaching Assistants Miss Shaw and Miss Crooks.
During children’s time in Foundation Stage they will cover three prime areas of learning through child led and adult led activities. The prime areas are: Communication and Language, Physical Development and Personal, Social and Emotional Development. These prime areas are the most essential to a child’s healthy development and future learning.
They will also cover four specific areas which are: Literacy, Mathematical Development, Understanding the World and Expressive Arts and Design. We work closely together as a Foundation Stage team and with the rest of Angram Bank School. We take part in Achievement Day, termly Parents Evening, parent workshops and fundraising events. Children get on the Angram Bank bus in our Foundation Stage and continue on an exciting learning journey!
FS1 In The Moment
FS1 Reading Spine
We take effective and thoughtful action to promote and design a wide range of opportunities to develop pupils spiritual, moral, social, cultural and physical well being. This enables our pupils to thrive in a supportive and positive climate for learning.
Welcome to Y1/2! Our teachers are Miss Leesley, Mr Bunting and Miss Overton. Mrs Wood and Mrs Marsden are around each day to support our learning. We are all busy bees and love to grow our brains. We hope you enjoy reading our regular blog updates showcasing our learning.
Be kind and help your brain grow, get on the values rainbow!
Spring Learning Enquiry 2019: The 1960s and The Great Fire of London
Welcome to Y5/6! Miss Hope, Miss Heath and Miss Nicholson are the teachers in these year groups. Mrs Mee and Mrs Ashton are our teaching assistants, and they work really hard supporting learning in class, as well as taking groups out for 'keeping up time'. We hope you enjoy reading our blogs which outline and showcase our current learning.
We are celebrating 100% attendance with our ice cream parlour.
We have had an Angram Bank first this week.
We have crowned our first ever MILLIONAIRE! This means over their whole time on Times Tables Rockstars they have earnt 1,000,000 coins.
The most unbelievable part of this it that our millionaire is only in year 2 which means the coins have only been earnt this school year!
Well done, keep on rocking!
The weather forecast is indicating that we are entering a period of colder weather and with this comes the possibility of snow at some point.
Angram Bank Primary School will always do its utmost to stay open, however, closures and changes to opening times may occur due to reasons such as bad weather.
Listed below is a reminder to parents/carers of the procedures we would operate to inform you of any changes to the school opening times.
1. Text message
The designated contact for each student will receive a text message if there are any changes to the school opening times. Please check with the office that your contact details are up to date and correct. We will not send out messages to parents/carers if we are open.
2. School Website
Information about a school closure will always be posted on our website and updated regularly so please check for the latest information.
3. Sheffield City Council Website
The school will also notify the Sheffield City Council of any closure. You can register to receive email updates about changes to the school opening times:
If heavy snow falls during the school day, the school will remain open until 3.30pm. Parents concerned about collecting their children at 3.30pm are advised to come to school earlier to collect them if this is deemed to be a safer option.... (Read More)
Safer Internet Day 2019 will be celebrated in the UK on Tuesday 5th February, focusing on the theme of “Together for a better internet”. The aim of Safer Internet Day is to inspire a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively.
Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre the celebration sees hundreds of organisations get involved to help promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people. Please look out for our class blogs for more information……