We welcomed Impelo dance group in to school today. We watched a dance about cells in our body and then took part in a dance workshop that helped us understand more about how the different cells in the body work!
Y6 enjoyed a visit from Phil and Sophie, from Knighton Youth Service on Thursday 17th February. Many Y6 children have already been to Youth Club at The Comm on a Wednesday evening, 6.30pm-8.30pm and taken part in lots of fun activities!
We were excited to welcome Jemma, a dance practitioner, to our school to begin a dance project! Each class was able to take part in a dance workshop with her today! We all had a great time and it was a fab way to keep fit and active!
Your child’s homework over this half term holiday will be to enter one (or more) of the competitions for our Dydd Dathliad Cymraeg which will be held on Friday 4th March. Our Dydd Dathliad Cymraeg is our schools day for celebrating St. David’s Day. All entries need to be uploaded onto HWB and shared with the designated teacher. Remember the more entries you compete in, the more chance you will have of winning a prize. There will be a prize for 1st, 2nd, 3rd for each category per key stage (Foundation Phase and Key Stage 2). All entries need to be in by Tuesday 1st March.
PC Viv came in to see years 5 and 6 and talk to us about how to be safe online. We found out about how to ensure our information is shared online and PC Viv told us to check our profiles to make sure they are private and not open to public viewing.
We enjoyed our safer internet day activity about helping an alien to find out about online safety!
Year 5 and 6 children have been very inventive in their games this week in the wooded area on the field and creating obstacle course on the playground. They have also enjoyed some fab football games too.
We celebrated together on Christmas Dinner day at school!
Please go to our Y5/Y6 TEAMS chat on Hwb to access the work that we would like you to complete on Friday 7th January for home learning. Don’t forget to go on Emile and TT Rockstars to practise your tables, and Nessy to practise your spelling please!
Reading records will need to have 8 signatures in them when you return to school- if you have left your reading record at school then please make sure that you write down what you have read on a piece of paper and ask a grown up to sign to say that you have completed your reading each time.