Croeso i ddosbarth Miss Ormond!
Ein Dosbarth Ni / Our Class:
Class Teacher: Miss Ormond
LSA: Miss Morgan
25 pupils in class. 14 Year 2 and 11 Year 1.
Hanner Tymor yma / This Half Term
Our books for the Autumn term are:
Handa’s surprise and Kabo’s diary through these books we will be focusing on the theme Africa.
Language, Literacy and Communication
- Pie Corbett
- *Dairy entry
- *Leaflet on Africa
- *Persuasive poster on why you should buy fair trade food
- Welsh Second Language – Tric Chlic
Mathematics and Numeracy
- Handling data based on fruit tasting
- Place value
- Addition and subtraction
- Multiplication and division
Science and Technology
- Healthy eating what our bodies need
- Cooking African food
- Use book creator and internet to research and create information on an African animal
- Role play
- Make a sunset picture with the black silhouette of the African animals.
- Drawing African fruit
- African tribal mask
- African necklace
Our PE session is on a Friday. Due to the current situation your child needs to come to school dressed in suitable clothes and trainers. We will be going outside if we can, so please take this into consideration when dressing in the morning.
Please ensure that your child brings a suitable coat to school every day, as we go out in all weather. Remember to put your child’s name on everything.
Please ensure that every Monday your child has warm clothing and wellingtons that you do not mind getting dirty, as we will be learning outdoors all afternoon.
Your child can bring one piece of fruit to school for their snack at play time, or they can bring 30p to buy fruit from our fruit trolley.
Homework is set on Seesaw every Wednesday, to be completed by Monday. In addition to this, a list of spelling words is attached for the children to practice at home.
BAGIAU DARLLEN/READING FOLDERS
Please ensure that your child brings their reading folder to school every day with their book and reading record. I kindly ask that you read and recap your RWI sounds as much as possible at home with your child as we cannot guarantee they will have the opportunity to read individually every day in class. Pupils will take part in various reading activities throughout the week. When reading with your child at home please write comments in their reading record.
Please ensure that your child has a water bottle, labelled with their name that will be kept in school all week, to be taken home every Friday. This should be an additional bottle, to their lunch box drink.
Remember to keep an eye on Seesaw for announcements.
Thank you very much