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Our Topic this term is   'Aristotle's Rainbow'  

  Welcome Back Pengwins.

                

Croeso pawb!! We are looking forward to an exciting Autumn Term starting with our Topic Launch Days this week. 

 

Dosbarth Derbyn

 

  Mrs Marchant                                          Miss Blackmore

Mrs Marchant
Miss Blackmore

Blwyddyn 1

 

  Miss Walters                                                  Mrs Williams

Amser Cinio

For the first two weeks you will need to bring a packed lunch. We will eat this in our Pod or outside in the Orchard.

 

Mae Mrs Williams yn hoffi brechdan caws!

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Welly Wednesday.

 

Welly Wednesday will be on a Wednesday for Reception & Year 1 Pengwins. We will be doing lots of fun outdoor activities in our lovely grounds.

Amser Gem

P.E. will be on a Friday for Pod Pengwin. Our Pengwins will enjoy a variety of fun and energetic activities over the term. Children can come to school in their P.E kit. They can wear their Polo shirt, joggers, leggings and trainers. Please can they wear their kits to school.

 

Egg and Spoon race.

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Amser Chwarae.

Playing helps us to learn. There will be lots of areas indoor and out for you to play safely in.

Letters to Horton Lifeboat

                                

      Our topic this term is Unsung Heroes/Arwyr Anenwog.

 

Here are some of your drawings of your heroes at home. Please keep sending them in and we will add them to our Pengwin Gallery.

                                                           

                                                                 Diolch yn fawr

                                                         Mrs Jones & Mrs Marchant.

                              What is VE day?

VE Day  stands for 'Victory in Europe Day'  and it marks the end of the fighting in Europe in World War Two (WW2).

On 8 May 1945, Prime Minister Winston Churchill made an announcement on the radio at 3pm that the war in Europe had come to an end.

 

                                                        

 

Tuesday 8 May, 1945, was an emotional day that millions of people had been waiting for. Many people were extremely happy that the fighting had stopped and there were big celebrations and street parties.

 

Poppies are worn as a symbol to remember the soldiers and people who fought in wars to keep us safe from harm. Miss Blackmore has created 3 videos showing you some crafts to make, if you wish, to decorate your home on VE Day.

Miss Blackmore makes some VE day Poppy decorations.

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VE day Poppy crafts

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VE craft activity.

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Great ideas for non-screen learning.

Useful links

Hwb - https://hwb.gov.wales/

 

Oxford Owl - https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

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