OUR SCHOOL DAY
||8.50am - 12 mid-day
||1.15pm - 3.20 pm
|Key Stage 2
||8.50am - 12.15pm
||1.15pm - 3.20 pm
The children participate in Guided Reading Sessions through the week, and we encourage the pupils to read at home with an adult on a regular basis. We also encourage parents to write comments in the reading record books when your child has read.
We have snack time every moring where your child is able to buy a piece of fruit for 20p at the School Tuck Shop. Alternatively your child may bring a piece of fruit with him/her to school.
Year 1 Class pupils (Mrs Evans' class) will be undertaking P.E. activities on Wednesday. Your child will need suitable clothing to undertake these activities, e.g. shorts, T-shirt & plimsolls .
Please can you make sure all of your child's uniform is labelled with their name.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s work and/or wellbeing at school please do not hesitate to contact us.
Mrs N Evans
Our theme for this term (Spring term) is 'Adventurers and Explorers'.
During the term, we will be looking at -
Exploring the local area:
Human and physical features
Community groups and clubs
People who work in the local area
Local figures of community importance
Buildings in the local area
Exploring the World:
Different countries/cultures around the world
Holidays and journeys
Compare and contrast with Wales
Food around the world
Ling di Long
Years 1 and 2 enjoyed an afternoon in Ling di Long restaurant where we tasted a selection of traditional Chinese dishes. Yum yum!
As part of our theme work about people who work in the local area we visited Lampeter Leisure Centre. We had a chance to ask the manager some questions and had a tour around the building. The gym was very interesting!
Here are are a selection of the actvities that we enjoy in class and in the outdoor area.
Gill came to speak to us about personal hygiene including how to wash our hands correctly.
PC Eleri visited us to talk about the importance of staying safe on Halloween and Bonfire Night.
Sali Mali visited us to celebrate 'Diwrnod Shwmae, Sumae'.