Hi everyone! Well this is the last week of distance learning before we welcome you all back to school on MONDAY 15th MARCH! It’s going to be lovely to see you all in person again, rather than through a screen!
Here is your literacy work for this week- you will be continuing to write your story. Please read the notes below carefully before you complete your work.
This week we would like you to come up with a ‘trick shot’ of some sort, using a football, rugby ball, tennis ball, whatever ball you may have at home!
Film yourself performing the trick shot if you can.
You may want to research different trick shots if you’re stuck for ideas.
Write instructions on how to complete the trick shot and email them to us or post them on Teams.
We would also like you to complete two 1 mile walks/runs or bike rides this week please.
Please complete the Welsh comprehension work below- you can choose the level you feel comfortable with, there are three different levels. Try to challenge yourself!
Here is your literacy work for the week, just remember that on Monday we will be completing Welsh activities to celebrate St David’s day and on Thursday we will be completing activities for World Book Day!
Feel free to dress up on Monday and Thursday, we will be in school!
This week we would like you to fit in the following for PE:-
A one mile walk/run x2
A game in your garden or in an open outdoor space that you are able to access safely, which involves throwing, catching or kicking a ball (tennis ball/football/ping-pong ball!) x1
A circuit which includes 10 different types of exercises, each to be carried out for 1 minute! (squats, sit ups, press ups, skipping, running on the spot, spotty dogs, box steps etc) x1
If you can send us photos of what you’ve come up with that would be great!
Please complete the questions linked to our P4C stimulus this week and join us if you can for the live P4C session on Friday 26th February at 11.15am!
Please go through the powerpoint posted on Teams, (Kim’s game, y corff), and revise the parts of the body in Welsh, then have a go at the game at the end of the powerpoint!