Welcome to our class page
CROESO I DOSBARTH 1/2
On this page you will find our class news and lots of pictures showing you what we have been getting up to this term.
In our class we aim to have lots of fun whilst learning new things.
P.E. for our class is on a Wednesday. No kit is necessary.
Please clearly label all cardigans and jumpers.
Reading books will be sent home once a week on an allocated day for each child.
Reading at home is extremely beneficial for your child. We appreciate your support with reading and spelling.
Please return book and record book the next day and make comments wherever possible.
Book bags can be purchased for 50p from school.
Fruit is £1.50 a week. Please could this be paid on a Friday ready for the following week and placed in an envelope with your child’s name on it .
Thank you for your continued support.
Summer Term 2020
Hello everyone, Croeso Pawb
Hope you all enjoyed Easter and had lots of eggs! Normally it would be the start of our Summer Term and we would be starting a new topic and thinking hard about all the different activities we could do. Sadly we are unable to do this and have to stay home and stay safe . So please keep practising your reading, writing simple sentences about what you have been getting up to. Writing numbers to 100 and beyond , counting in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s plus addition and subtraction sums. A good resource that might help with this is BBC Bitesize that are putting on daily lessons in Maths and English starting this week . Plus the RWI sounds that we cover in school SET 2 on You Tube by Ruth Miskin training.
Dont forget you can email me at
Missing you all Mrs May & Mrs Cox X
Good morning everyone -Bore da pawb,
Hope you have been enjoying your time at home in the lovely sunshine we've been having and doing lots of exciting things with your family. As I am not on Facebook I have requested that our Year 1 children join our Year 2's on Google classroom. Hopefully with the help of Miss Davies we will have this up and running soon so you can all access weekly activities, links to useful websites plus exercise videos from our own Mr Morgan!
Try as many of the activities as you like but please don't feel pressurised to complete them all.
It would be lovely to hear from you. Please keep in touch on Google classroom or by email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay safe and hope to see you all soon. Mrs Mayx
How to log into Google
Open your web browser
Go to www.google.co.uk
Click on the blue sign in button (top right)
Type in username email@example.com
Type in password
To access Google Classroom
Follow the steps above
iPads, Tablets, Smart phones
Download the Google Classroom app
Thrive activities useful for parents of children up to 7 years old.
The role of the parent and carer is to support children to find out who they are and what they like to do. With this comes greater independence and responsibility, with children learning that they can still ask for help. We have put together some activities to support healthy social and emotional development through creativity, art and play. Here are some creative activities that you can use with your child, aged 3 to 7 years.
Imagination can help manage big feelings for both children and adults.
It’s ok to feel frustrated as the adult when times get hard – take a deep breath and have a cuppa.
Remember – it’s ok to say no. Learning about boundaries is an important life skill.
Age Range: 4 - 8 years. This hilarious picture book from the bestselling, acclaimed author-illustrator team of Doreen Cronin and Harry Bliss tells the advent...
Build your own rocket challenge
As we were going to do this in class maybe you can give it a go at home.
You can use any junk material you have.
Here are some ideas to help:
. Use cardboard boxes / old sheets and build a space ship in the garden .
. Make a rocket with Justin CBeebies - BBC.
. Transform a bottle into a rocket in 6 easy steps
. DIY how to make your own Rocket ship.
. Craft for kids www.penguin.co.uk
Get creative and have loads of fun !
Hi everyone, hope you are all keeping busy and enjoying spending time at home with your family.
Remember to keep practising your reading, writing and numbers.
Here are a few things you can enjoy:
Keep fit with Joe Wicks is on BodyCoach You tube channel at 9 a.m. every weekday.
Elevenes with David Walliams www.worldofdavidwalliams.com
A daily fun maths session with Carol Vorderman at www.themathsfactor.com
Keep smiling and stay safe
Speak soon Mrs May 🙂
Here are a few tips to get the children to do some activities:
. Try and devise a structure for the days Monday - Friday and keep to times .
. Make sure within this routine there is plenty of time for play and the children know which part of the day is “ their time”.
Children need time to process learning, have fun and let off steam!
This helps them focus on the parts of the day when they need to learn.
Remember you are doing a fab job and doing things as a family is important at this time especially as children are unable to interact and play with their friends.
Spring Term 2020
This term our school theme is Journeys and our class topic is SPACE!
We will take a magical journey into outer space and learn about the other planets in our solar system, the 1st moon landings and what’s it like to be an astronaut. Fingers crossed we’ll meet some friendly Aliens on the way!
Autumn Term 2019
This term our Foundation Phase topic is Story, Rhymes and Special Times.
Our class focus is based on the lovely Percy the Park Keeper books
Pupil Voice plays an important role when planning activities for our topic and the children will be encouraged to put forward their own ideas which helps them to become independent learners.
Summer Term 2019 Animal Spectacular
I hope you had a fabulous Easter holiday
and enjoyed your Easter eggs!
Welcome to the last term of the year.
Hope you are ready for an exciting term learning all about the rainforest and the animals that live there.
Outdoor Learning Day
A day to be outdoors and learn new skills.
Spring Term 2019
Our topic this term is
We will be going on a gigantic journey to the past
where we will be learning about where and when
dinosaurs lived, how they lived and what they ate.
We will be learning their names and how to say them.
We will be learning lots of dinosaur facts and undertaking
investigations - just like paleantologists!
If you have any books or pictures at home about dinosaurs
please will you allow your child to bring them to school
so that we can use them for our topic.
We will be going on a visit to Cardiff Museum
to a dinosaur workshop. (Details to follow)
Whole school topic - Tales of Wales As part of the topic “Tales of Wales”, we will be reading the set of Sglod books written by welsh author Ruth Morgan and illustrator Suzanne Carpenter.
AUTUMN TERM 2018
Our topic this term is...
The Katie Morag Stories
We will find out about life on a small island.
We will learn about the people, their homes , jobs and general island life.
We will look in detail at The Island of Struay and
compare that environment to our own locality
and then find out about other islands around the world.
Please will you help your child make a 'family tree'.
You can use photographs or draw pictures.
It can be 3D or flat and displayed however you wish.
The children will be doing PE on Wednesdays.
Please can all fruit money be paid on the Friday before
for the following week and labelled in an envelope.
The children will bring their reading books home weekly.
If your child needs a book bag these are 50p.
Homework Year 2
Please help your child with any homework sent home and encourage them to complete independently.
Date for tests are 8th, 9th and 10th of May. Year 2 children will be sitting these. Please ensure your child attends school on these dates.
Please could you help your child make a 2D or 3D rainforest creature. You can use any material you wish. Think 'slinky snakes', 'funky monkeys' and 'hairy spiders'!
International Week (Week beginning 19th June)
Hola! During this week we will be learning about Spain. We will be looking at the culture, customs, food, costumes, language and famous landmarks of Spain. On Friday the 23rd you may dress in the Spanish colours of red and yellow or you can wear Spanish national dress if you wish. Gracias!