Please find below some activities you can complete if you are unable to come in to school due to COVID, with very little notice.
You will need to use the Internet for research to be able to complete these tasks. Here is a link to some clips that you may also find interesting!
fact file India
travelling to and from India
Maths- choose some problems from this resource…they are organised in year groups so that should help you to find one with the right level of challenge…they are not supposed to be easy though!
Email your work to either;
EvansR294@hwbmail.net (Mrs Drakeford)
email@example.com (Miss Jones)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Mrs Clarke)
If you are unable to come to school due to COVID 19 please complete some of these activities and email work to your child’s class teacher.
- Can you write a similar story about a ‘very hungry’ animal? What happens to it?
- Retell the story from the point of view of the caterpillar. Why was it so hungry? How did it feel after eating so much?
- Can you use alliteration to describe some of the food that are eaten? (e.g. lovely lollipops, scrumptious strawberries).
- Read the story and try to retell it to a friend. Can you remember all of the food that was eaten, in the correct order?
- Use Venn / Carroll diagrams to sort the foods that the caterpillar eats.
- Count the total number of foods that were eaten by the caterpillar. How many of these were fruit / vegetable / contained meat etc?
- Sort the foods that the caterpillar eats, in different ways. Which ones are healthy / unhealthy? Which are processed / unprocessed?
- Think of a healthy / unhealthy meal for another hungry caterpillar.
- Find out about the life cycles of caterpillars / butterflies. Find out about the life cycles of other animals.
- Learn about metamorphosis. Find out about other animals who undergo metamorphosis.
- Create a collage of a big, fat caterpillar!
- Create another collage showing the beautiful butterfly.
- Look at photographs of butterflies and paint your own. You could try folding a piece of paper in half and painting one half of a butterfly on one side. Then fold the paper over, press it down and open it out to reveal the full butterfly.
- Welsh Language – Can you play the attached game? Activity 2(i) Dice game
As part of Safer Internet Day on the 9th of February 2021, WISE KIDS is hosting 2 online interactive workshops which will also feature guest panellists. These workshops will explore how we assess online content and interactions, and the knowledge, digital literacy and resilience we need so we don’t get tricked online.
So come along, to learn more!·
Workshop 2 (5.30pm-6.45pm) is for adults (parents/carers/professionals) who must complete this registration form.
This workshop will be facilitated by Dr Sangeet Bhullar from WISE KIDS and will also feature guest panellist Dr Huw Davies (Lecturer in Digital Education at Edinburgh university), Mrs Josephine Farag from Cardiff High School, Mrs Julia Willis and Miss Ceri John from Cross Ash Primary, Mrs Becki Bawler from Risca Comprehensive School, Ms Sian Northey from the Parent Network, Mr Dayle Luce from Cardiff Youth Service and Ms Parven Kaur from Kids n Clicks.
Tric a Chlic is an original Welsh resource that is a progressive and systematic synthetic phonic reading scheme, which has recently been adapted for schools that teach Welsh as a second language.
There are 3 levels to Tric a Chlic;
Level 1 (Cam 1)
Level 2 (Cam 2)
Level 3 (Cam 3)
Eirian Lloyd-Jones, the author of Tric a Chlic, has published videos of introducing the sounds and words, and reading the story books.
Please follow the link below to watch and interact with the videos;
When you have opened the link, you will need to click on and subscribe (it’s free) to ‘Canolfan Peniarth’. Then select the ‘videos’ option and scroll down to find the first video from ‘Cam 1’.
Enjoy learning and listening to the Tric a Chlic scheme.
If you need to contact your child’s class teacher please see the email addresses below:
BlowerM2@hwbmail.net (Year 1/2)
MorrisJ313@hwbmail.net (Year 1/2)
EvansR294@hwbmail.net / email@example.com (Year 3)
firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com (Year 4)
WattsJ48@hwbmail.net (Year 5/6)
RimmerC7@hwbmail.net (Year 5/6)
LoweL7@hwbmail.net (Specialist Centre)
WarnerM16@hwbcymru.net (Specialist Centre)
Please follow the weblink below to access a selection of reading books online.
You may need to create an account, but this is all free. Select the ‘e-books’ tab, then ‘oxford owl e-book library’. Take a look at the stage your child is currently reading by looking on the back of the book. Select the same stage from the options available.
This website has a lovely selection of activities and resources available, so take a look around and enjoy exploring.
Please find instructions below for downloading and using Teams. This can be used for live-chats as a whole-class or with teachers and groups of pupils.
emergency home learning pack
If you are unable to come to school for COVID-related reasons, please complete this work and email it to us.
Science work: firstname.lastname@example.org
All other work: email@example.com
This work can also be completed if our class bubble has to be closed. More work will be posted within 72 hours of the closure.
Please follow the link below to our initial home learning activities.
It is very important that you remember to save your work on Hwb or take a photograph and upload/email to to us.