Please find the Welsh work we would like you to have a look at over the next couple of weeks. The topic is hobbies and sports, which you have looked at before. On the ‘Sports and Hobbies’ challenge mat there are different tasks for you to try- it is up to you how many you complete but try to challenge yourself! The powerpoints (‘Playing a sport’ and ‘Hobbies and sports’) are there for you to read through and revise Welsh words and phrases that you may have forgotten. Diolch!
Playing a sport WELSH Sports_HobbiesChallenges5_6
Hobbies and Sports WELSH
Hi everyone! I hope that you’ve thoroughly enjoyed your Easter break and enjoyed the lovely weather that we’ve been having. It’s been fantastic to see all the work that you’ve completed but if you have some photos of you out for a run with family members, playing football in the garden, dancing, cycling, making up gymnastics routines, trying yoga or simply going for a stroll then please can you share those too! You can email them to me and I will put them on the website!
I have managed to keep up with my running but I really have missed running club with all of you and of course our daily mile!
Stay safe, stay home but stay healthy!
A bit of a rest after a lovely stroll in the woods- diolch Tegan!
Working for a badge in Cubs Haydn- da iawn!
CR 5K run
My Run 5. Donate 5. Nominate 5. for the NHS. Mrs Shaw will upload her photo shortly!
Wow- you really have been busy Alice!
Mrs Shaw after her 5K run for the NHS and Dylan out on a bike ride!
Ballet class via Zoom for Ava!
We have had an amazing day celebrating Wales. During the morning, we completed lot’s of lovely fun activities and our prelims for the Eisteddfod. This afternoon we all came together to compete within our classes. The children bravely showcased their talents and we all had a fun-filled afternoon.
On Thursday 13th February 61 children from KS2 took part in the cluster cross country event at Presteigne! We were able to transport them all thanks to our amazing parents, grandparents and staff members- diolch yn fawr!
The children showed grit and determination when faced with a challenging course and very muddy conditions. We are very proud of them all!
Our next cross country event will be at Radnor Valley Primary on Thursday 5th March where we have 72 KS2 children taking part!
We have worked ever so hard to code a message, image and temperature. We have had to write the code exactly right. We came across a few problems, we worked as a group to overcome these.
Team Lego have just submitted their code that will now be played on the International Space Station.