Here is some useful Welsh Vocabulary that you can use at home.
Our Welsh Dictionary – Ein Geiriadur Cymraeg
We made parachutes then dropped them from a height. We saw how different types of parachutes effected the time it took to land.
We had a brilliant time at the dance workshop, throwing some funky moves!
On Monday 7th of March, in science, we thought about how to carry out a fair test. We discussed the variables which we needed to keep the same and one we would change. Our investigation was, ‘Does the weight of the spinner effect the time it takes to drop?’ Here we are investigating!
On Friday 4th of March we celebrated Saint David’s day as well as our school’s Eisteddfod by making daffodils using a lovely but tricky paper folding technique. The final product was really affective.
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!
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.
We’ve been learning about how to write in other languages and then looked at the artwork from those countries. We used a range of media to create a piece of art which incorporates a word written in the language to match the art style.
We helped an alien to navigate online games safely and happy. We recorded our online safety learning in our books. Many of us have learnt a lot about how to be safe online.