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We live the Gospel message as we worship, learn and play Dyn ni’n byw negas efengyl wrth i ni addoli, dysgu a chwarae

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Homework 12.04.24

Maths: Maths tasks have been set on Maths Shed

Reading: Please read pages from your school reading book everyday

Seesaw: We have loved starting our new topic about minibeasts this week and had a fantastic time on our trip to Plantasia! For homework this week, please can you create your favourite minibeast. This can be a drawing, painting or 3D model.

Spellings:

Mrs Cowhey / Mrs Sanejo RWI GroupMiss Morris / Miss Rawlings RWI GroupOff RWI Group
footballbecausedisappoint
outsideoutsidedisagree
keepthinkdisobey
becauseshowerdisable
liftkickingdislike
nightagaindislocate
madeteamdisappear
jumpfloatdisadvantage
ringuseddisapprove
wenttrieddislodge

 

Homework 15.03.24

 

For homework this week, please learn the line you have been given for our Easter assembly based on the Last Supper. Our assembly will be recorded on Wednesday 20th March and added to a whole school Holy Week video for everyone to enjoy.

 

Maths: Maths homework has been set on Maths shed.

 

Spellings: For the next few weeks, we will be testing the children on their Summer assessment spelling words and give them the opportunity to repeat and consolidate these words.

 

Mrs Sanejo /

Mrs Cowhey's RWI Group

Miss Morris /

Miss Rawling's Group

Off RWI Group
washaveredo
fromflyrefresh
todaycallreturn
homeweekendreappear
havesomeredecorate
flytrickrevenge
callfootballreview
weekendoutsidereplay
some keepreaction
trickbecauserebound

 

Homework 08.03.24

 

Seesaw: Next week is STEM week! In preparation for this week, please complete the sorting activity on Seesaw.

 

Maths: Maths homework has been set on Maths Shed for each group linked to this week's learning.

 

Reading: Please read every day at home.

 

Spellings: Please use ed shed to practice the spellings for your group below.

Miss Morris' RWI GroupMiss Rawlings' RWI GroupMrs Sanejo's RWI Group
hugewriteactual
junewrittenanswer
rudewrongbicycle
tubewrapcircle
flumewrenearth
rulewreckedenough
usewrappedfruit
tunewriggleisland
flutewrestleoften
plumewrotepopular

 

 

Homework 01.03.24

 

Mathshed: Please complete the tasks linked to this week's learning.

Seesaw: Choose your challenge:

*Can you design a soldier's helmet so that they would stand out in a battle?

**Can you eat a leek and write a description of what leeks taste like? 

***Can you cook something using a leek as an ingredient?

 

 

Spellings:

Miss Morris' RWI GroupMiss Rawlings' RWI GroupMrs Sanejo's RWI Group
homeknockcreature
wokeknowfurniture
holekneepicture
spokeknitnature
boneknewadventure
thoseknightcapture
molegnomefuture
hopekneelsculpture
jokegnatfracture
phonegnawmixture

Homework 23.02.24

 

Mathshed: Please complete the tasks linked to this week's learning.

Seesaw: Choose your challenge:

*Can you draw a picture of St David, can you include the dove on his shoulder?

**Can you find out 5 facts about St David?

*** Can you create a fact file about St David? (template on seesaw)

 

Spellings:

Miss Morris' RWI GroupMiss Rawlings' RWI GroupMrs Sanejo's RWI Group
fiveracemeasure
likeicetreasure
sidecellpleasure
spikecityenclosure
firefancypressure
ridelacecomposure
timespaceleisure
slidecircleexposure
trikecircusclosure
minericedisclosure

Homework 09.02.24

 

We are no longer using Mathletics. Please sign into MathShed for this weeks maths homework using the same login details for EdShed. (Spellings are below the Eisteddfod competition information)

 

Our annual Eisteddfod will be held in school on Friday 1st March 2024. On this day, children are invited to celebrate St David’s Day by wearing red clothing, Wales sports kit or traditional Welsh dress.

There will be various home and school competitions for your children to enter as part of our St. David’s Day celebrations. The competitions to be completed at home are outlined below. Please ensure that all competition entries are brought into school to be judged by Wednesday 21st February 2024 at the latest. Children are welcome to enter as many competitions as they wish and winning entries will be announced during our Eisteddfod.

Reception – Year 6 competitions:

3D Modelling Competition – Children are encouraged to make a 3D model of something which represents Wales for them. Children may use whichever means of media they wish and the topic is broad to encourage creativity.

Cookery Competition - Children are encouraged to cook something which is a traditional Welsh recipe or depicts Wales to them.

Young Performer Competition- This competition encourages children to showcase their talents. Auditions will take place in class the week beginning 26th March. Two children will then be chosen to represent their class during our Eisteddfod celebration. The children may like to prepare a song or dance, recite a poem or play a musical instrument.

Photography Competition- Children to take a photo of something that represents Wales or being Welsh. This could be a landmark or place of interest or anything else. Remember to take the photo yourself!

T-shirt Competition- Children to design and create their own Welsh / Wales themed t-shirt. This can be on a piece of paper or on an actual t-shirt.

 

Many thanks for your continued co-operation.

Pob Lwc! Good Luck!

Miss A Stone

Welsh Co-ordinator.

 

Spellings:

Miss Morris's RWI GroupMiss Rawlings' RWI GroupMrs Sanejo's RWI Group
madegemgym
samegymmyth
takegiantegypt
platemagicpyramid
mistakegiraffemystery
cameenergysymbol
rakedigitsynonym
safeenginelyrics
awakereligionsystem
snowflakegentlegymnastics

Homework 02.02.24

 

Lines for our class assembly were handed out today. Your homework this week is to practice and learn your lines!

Mathletics: There is no mathletics homework this week.

 

Spellings:

Miss Morris's RWI GroupMiss Rawlings' RWI GroupMrs Sanejo's RWI Group
daychangetouch
saychargedouble
stayrangecountry
toyorangetrouble
joyhingeyoung
playstrangecousin
waydungeonenough
clayspongecouple
enjoypigeonencourage
cowboyfringeflourish

Homework 26.01.24

 

Seesaw: Can you recount our school trip to Cardiff Castle? See sawsaw for details.

Mathletics: Can you login independently? Please complete assigned activities.

 

Spellings:

Miss Morris's RWI GroupMiss Rawlings' RWI GroupMrs Sanejo's RWI Group

rain

badgemouth
trainedgearound
afraidbridgesprout
joindodgesound
pointfudgespout
waitridgeouch
paidsmudgehound
oiljudgetrout
coinwedgefound
soillodgeproud

Homework 19.01.24

 

Seesaw: 3D shape scavenger hunt. Can you count the faces / edges / vertices?

Mathletics: Can you login independently? Please complete assigned activities

 

Spellings:

Miss Morris's RWI GroupMiss Rawlings' RWI GroupMrs Sanejo's RWI Group
maymakecircle
daytakesquare
playbraketriangle
praysnakerectangle
sprayacrosspentagon
todayaroundhexagon
wentanimalsoctagon 
homeawaycube
havebestcuboid
 bettercylinder

 

Homework 12.01.24

 

Seesaw:

Choose your challenge:

*Can you draw a medieval castle?

**Can you make a medieval king or queen's crown?

***Can you find 5 facts about Cardiff Castle?

 

Mathletics:

Tasks assigned linked to shapes.

 

Spellings:

There will be no spellings next week due to a change in RWI groups.

 

Homework 15.12.23

Seesaw:

Year 2 were given a paper copy of their homework at the end of the school day on Friday. Please can they decipher the Christmas message and upload their findings on seesaw!

Challenge: Can you make a secret message of your own using the code sheet?

Mathletics:

Tasks assigned linked to learning from this term.

Spellings:

There are no spellings for next week.

Homework 08.12.23

RE: Today is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. To celebrate this feast day, please choose a challenge below:

* Create a picture of Mary

**Write a prayer for Mary 

***Create an image of Mary with an accompanying prayer

Bring your homework in by next Wednesday to place at our class altar

 

Literacy: Please make sure you can read and write your spelling words

Spellings: See below table (this week we are practising our high frequency words)

 

Miss Jones' GroupMrs Brown's GroupMiss Morris' GroupMiss Rawlings' GroupMiss Scaccia's Group
soverymakewatereveryone
youlookedaskedawaystopped
saidwhenheregoingcouldn't
whatthemcalledwheredifferent
withlittlehousewouldclothes
theywerecoulddidn'tbecause
  peoplethoughtwhich
   comingfriends
   otherlaughed

 

Homework 01.12.23

 

Mathletics: In preparation for our maths assessment next week, yr2 have been set a variation of tasks on mathletics.

Ed Shed: Spelling lists and games assigned.

Spellings: Please see below table for this week's lists.

 

 

Miss Jones' RWI GroupMrs Brown's RWI GroupMiss Morris' RWI GroupMiss Rawlings' RWI GroupMiss Scaccia's RWI Group
faircarlikeskirtdiscussion
chairstartimethirstythinking
pairfarminedirtycelebrate
stairharpwidevirtualaverage
airstartnicegiraffeheart
airporthardsmilemarketanswer
hairsharkhidechargeteacher
 farmfinegarliccloud
  shinedepartedmaybe
  whiteparticipantbecause

Homework 24.11.23

 

Mathletics: multiplication arrays OR grouping linked to multiplication 

Ed Shed: Spelling games

Spellings: See list below

Seesaw: Friendship recipe linked to anti-bullying week

 

Miss Jones' RWI GroupMrs Brown's RWI GroupMiss Morris' RWI GroupMiss Rawlings' RWI GroupMiss Scaccia's RWI Group
carzoomakeconversationregenerate
startoocakecelebrationdamaged 
sharkmoodshakeexplorationrestaurants
farmpoolnametraditionlovely
charmmoonsamecongratulationmelting
parkspoonlameattentioncrisis
startstoolbraverelationcream
sharp shaveambitionbright
  gameinvitationincreasing
  shamepopulationbreak

Homework 17.11.23

 

Mathletics: Tasks assigned linked to this week's equal group learning.

Ed Shed: Spelling lists and games assigned.

Spellings: Please see below table for this week's lists.

 

Everyone has now been given their lines for our Children around the World Christmas play. Please can you learn your lines ready for next week and prepare your costumes. 

 

Miss Jones' RWI GroupMrs Brown's RWI GroupMiss Morris' RWI GroupMiss Rawlings' RWI GroupMiss Scaccia's RWI Group
hopeloweathireable
looprowteawirehappened
foodbowneatinspirefortunately
toosnowrealconspireengineering
zooblowseatbonfireboat
soonshowcleanhearpolice
rootglowdreamfearentered
  screambeardkicked
  pleaseunclearimprove
  leavespearseriously

Homework 10.11.23

 

Mathletics: Tasks assigned linked to this week's subtraction learning.

Ed Shed: Spelling lists and games assigned

Spellings: Please see below table for this week's lists. .

Seesaw: This week we have started looking at sustainability and how we can be stewards of the Earth. This includes learning about reusing, reducing and recycling our rubbish. Please can you create an animal using recycled materials. This could be a 3D animal or a 2D animal with recycled materials stuck on. 

 

Angels who were given their scripts today, please can you start learning your lines. 

 

Miss Jones' RWI GroupMrs Brown's RWI GroupMiss Morris' RWI GroupMiss Rawlings' RWI GroupMiss Scaccia's RWI Group
doorseethirdchewindustrial
floordeeptwirldrewcompany
northneedgirlknewhospital
bornseedswirlthrewproblem
shortgreenbirdnephewemergency
cornsleepdirtgoatquickly
thornteethoutthroatdoor
portfeetloudcoatpollution
porch shoutroastcarriages
sport mouthboatlimbs

Homework 20.10.23

 

Mathletics: Tasks assigned linked to this week's addition learning.

Ed Shed: Spelling lists and games assigned

Spellings: Please see below table for this week's lists. Next week's spelling test will be on Thursday.

Seesaw: We have been reading The One Day House together in school and have used this story to develop our writing. Can you tell your family the story, using the pictures (on the teacher's board) to help you? Please see full instructions on Seesaw.

 

Miss Jones' RWI GroupMrs Brown's RWI GroupMiss Morris' RWI GroupMiss Rawlings' RWI GroupMiss Scaccia's RWI Group
toobangairneveroccurred
zookingfairaftersuffered
foodlonglairhamsterabroad
poolrunghaircornercatastrophe
moonringchairweatherrunaway
spoonsongstaircrowdvibrating
balloonhang towninvestigated
   drownplanet
   powerruined
   growlmonths

Homework 13.10.23

 

Miss Jones' RWI GroupMrs Brown's RWI GroupMiss Morris' RWI GroupMiss Rawlings' RWI GroupMiss Scaccia's RWI Group
blowupdoorscarepopulation
snowmumsortflareaccident
lowrunshortsharesilent
showbuswornsquaretraffic
slowcuthorsesoftwaregrowing
growjugsportburnsome
throwfunsnortslurpherbs
  forkchurchexactly
  portpursescoop
   curveperformance

 

Mathletics: Please complete tasks set linked to our place value learning.

Ed Shed: Spellings lists have been uploaded to Ed Shed - please see lists above for practice. 

Seesaw: Adjectives - write out the sentences on paper, changing the adjective to a more exciting describing word (the adjective is in bold font). Please upload a photo of your work to Seesaw.

***Choose your challenge***

* Rewrite sentences 1 - 5

** Rewrite sentences 1 - 8

*** Rewrite sentences 1 - 8 and then write your own sentences using a powerful adjectives.

Homework 06.10.23

Mathletics: Tasks assigned linked to this week's place value learning.

Ed Shed: Spelling lists and games assigned

Spellings: Please see below table for this week's lists

Seesaw: Please see 'Mary Homework' under the spelling lists below

 

Miss Jones' RWI GroupMrs Brown's RWI GroupMiss Morris' RWI GroupMiss Rawlings' RWI GroupMiss Scaccia's RWI Group

night

pancarrudewatches
lightlogbarhugehappened
treeratstarexcusedescribed
threehetparkaccuseflowers
keepcatsmartJunehuge
sleepcanstartlawpanel
 tinsharpstrawlater
  sparkclawbright
  sharkyawnattractive
   crawlglass
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