Croeso i dudalen Dosbarth 9
Class 9's learning
Class Teacher: Miss S Davies
PPA Teacher: Mrs L Nel
Support staff: Miss L Paull
This is one of the most important skills. Reading is used for every subject in school and vital for life! You must read every night for 10/15 minutes (or more of course!). Bring your book every day to school - signed by whoever reads with you!
Bring £1 to school on a Monday, every week for snack. We use any left over for other classroom resources.
Please make sure your school uniform has your name on it. Don't forget your coat! This is to make sure that there are no mix-ups, or if you lose your jumper, it can be returned to you as soon as possible.
We are trialing a new type of homework with a range of fun and exciting activities for you to complete! Homework will be given out the first week of every term and once the children have completed a homework task we encourage them to share this will the class in order to receive their homework dojo points!
This term our topic is 'Life on Earth'.
As part of our topic we will be learning about the importance of healthy eating and balanced diets, looking at the 5 different food groups and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. We will be researching global sporting champions and finding out about famous Welsh athletes. We are also extremely fortunate to have our Cardiff Blues training sessions every Thursday. Please can you ensure that your child has suitable footwear for these sessions. Please see below some of the things which we will be exploring and researching this term as part of our topic.
Important Welsh Phrases
Wyt ti'n hoffi ...e.g pel droed? Ydw, dwi'n hoffi.... achos mae'n ....
Nag ydw, dwi ddim yn hoffi ......achos mae'n.....
chwarae tenis - playing tennis
reidio beic- bike riding
chwarae rygbi- playing rygby
chwarae pel droed- playing football
chwarae pel rwyd- playing netball
chwarae criced- playing cricket
Story of the Week
As part of our literacy focus, as a class we have been reading the story of Cinderboy written by Lance Anholt. The children enjoyed using De Bono's six thinking hats to discuss scenarios from the story, express their opinions and develop their creative thinking skills when solving problems!