Your class teacher: Miss Colwill
Croeso i’r Ddosbarth Tri
Our Class Topic is Global Gourmet
- Home Learning should be given in on Thursdays for marking. This can be done on paper, computer, HWB folders or placed in our shared folder.
- P.E is on Wednesday. The children need to bring shorts and t-shirts in a kit bag and should wear trainers to school. Please name all items of clothing. (No jogging bottoms please.)
- (Reading Books) Please write comments about their reading in their reading record books everyday. We will then know if they need their books changed
- Start of day is 8.50am. Children to line up in the school yard.
- (Year 3) finish school at 3.25 pm. Parents to wait in yard near main white door.
- End of day arrangements: Please inform us if your child is to be travelling home on the bus or if your child is to be picked up from school by someone different to yourselves.
- Fruit Money is £10 for the term. Please send this money into class via your child’s book bags at the beginning of each term.
- Dinner Payment can be made via SQUID or directly at the main office. Always place money in an envelope and label with your child’s name and class AT THE BEGINNING of the week.
- Name Labeling: Please, please ensure all your child’s clothing particularly jumpers and cardigans are clearly labelled with their name in permanent pen.
- Sunscreen and sun hats: When the weather becomes warm please ensure you put sunscreen on your child before they come to school and they come to school wearing a sun hat.
It is important that you work with your child on their tasks to facilitate their learning by modelling and using lots of open questions to develop their thinking skills. Please encourage them to be as independent as possible. Leave them make choices and decisions, use their own ideas and imagination and have fun experimenting.
“Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” – W.B. Yeats
Remember work can be presented and recorded in many ways e.g pictures, photos, using natural materials. It does not need to be lengthy or immaculately presented but it does need to be a true representation of your child’s work…that’s what makes them unique!
Please do not do your child’s challenge for them or print out large pieces of text from the internet.