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Things to remember through the week!
Monday - Reading Records are collected, checked and target points awarded.
Weekly homework and spellings are given out.
Mars group guided reading.
Reading Champions - Neptune home readers.
Tuesday - Reading Champions - 'Book of the week'.
Rugby squad training 3:30 - 4:30
Neptune group guided reading.
Wednesday- Earth group guided reading.
Reading Champions - Saturn/Mercury home readers.
Thursday- Saturn group guided reading.
Reading Champions - Mars/Earth home readers.
Friday - Homework collected.
Mercury group guided reading.
Year 5 PE - Swimming
Year 6 PE - Games
Cook a traditional Welsh dish. For example; Welsh Cakes, Bara Brith, Cawl or Leek soup.
You must take photographs of you making your traditional welsh dish and write out the recipe.
The competition judgements will be made on the whole package of this project, present creatively.
Please bring food items in a container labelled with your name by Tuesday 27th February.
Good luck and happy cooking!
Visit Sumdog.com for your weekly maths homework.
Autumn 2016 - Blitz
BLITZ topic Engage day
1939 Evacuation Day
A fantastic re-enactment of the mass evacuation of children at the beginning of WWII. A huge effort made by all making costumes and gas mask boxes. Well-done parents and pupils. Pupils experienced first hand the daunting prospect of leaving home. We studied evacuee suitcases, participated in air-raid drills, wrote letters to family, studied rationing and tried some tastes of 1939, yum!!!! #engaged
21st June 2016
Many thanks to ADA Recycling for our workshop today.
Recycling is important as we will run out of things that we take for granted very soon.
Our World! Our Future! Our Responsibility!
10th June 2016
Children in other Countries
Year 6 have been invited by Aberdare Rotary Club to take part in the above competition.
We will be having a poster day next week and it would be helpful if the children could do some research and gather facts in advance so that more time can be spent on the actual poster design.
The aim is to demonstrate an understanding of the lives of and challenges faced by children in other countries and the contrast with those of the children in Wales.
The judging criteria are research, presentation and overall impact and message.
Possible areas of research could be water, education, boy/girl equality, healthcare, homes, poverty, food, war, natural disasters e.g. earthquake, drought, flooding either as a focus or comparing many aspects – it’s up to you!
The winning entries will receive tokens to the value of £50, £30 and £20.
Remember the more research you do at home will give you more time for your poster design in class next week!
Happy researching and fingers crossed that we will have a winning entry!
Some images that might give you ideas for research.
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