Today our friends Judith and Gilles returned to practise Christmas Carols with us, in English, Welsh and French. The children focussed, showing so much respect and enthusiasm… their voices were beautiful too! Diolch, Judith and Gilles.
We enjoyed a range of activities including outdoor Andy Goldsworthy artwork, circus skills, physical literacy and we looked picking the delicious apples from the tree to make apply crumble.
Year 2 and 3 enjoyed celebrating Shwmae Shwmae day! We looked at Welsh singers and started learning the Welsh National Anthem, we drew pictures of Welsh landmarks, played some Welsh yard games, and Welsh Bingo!
In Science, we have been learning about the life processes and habitats. We decided to create our own micro habitats in our school garden.
We travelled to Stourport on Seven to explore a day in the life as a roman! We performed in the amphitheatre, we made roman roads, built our own shelters and found out lots more! We all enjoyed ourselves very much and can’t wait to continue our Mantle topic work on Romans.
Many thanks to Katie for working with us to teach us ‘Jacob’s Memory Garden’ song.
PC Ainsworth visited Year 2 and 3 to talk about playing safely. The children came up with good ideas on how they could stay safe, and what to do when they need help.
We enjoyed returning back to the stage again for our Summer production of Pirates Versus Mermaids. Here are a few pictures of such a memorable show!
We were so lucky that the Worship Council has organised for Dai Woolridge to visit us in school! We had great fun working with Dai. He is a spoken word poet, story teller, and children’s author. He shared some of his poems and books with us. We then created our own poems around an animal we liked.
We have finally received our cross country certificates. The children in Year 3 did so well, all getting a participation certificate, and the boys won 1st place in the teams, and got a medal. Da iawn pawb!