Category: Rec/Year 1
Vicky Bowen from Busy Feet (Welshpool) has launched a free local healthy school/keep fit resource. It goes out live Monday, Wednesday and Friday and would be ideal for Foundation Phase children.
Imagine seeing these beautiful Easter Trees around Llanidloes. One of our families have been busy learning about a tradition from Austria and Germany. If you are lucky to have a garden, or countryside to enjoy during your daily exercise, why not gather some of the beautiful offerings of Spring flowers and bring them into your… Read more »
Take a peek at our local Osprey nest. The Osprey arrived yesterday all the way from Gambia – can you locate that on a world map? Here’s a challenge – which countries do you think the Osprey flew over to arrive here at the Clywedog? This Osprey is 8 years old. Which year was she… Read more »
Some suggested activities for children in Reception and Year 1 during the period of school closure.
Children and staff from ‘Crocodocodiles’ visited us to see our dress rehearsal for our class assembly. A lovely time was had by all!
In January we celebrated an old Welsh tradition ‘ Y fari Lwyd’. Groups of children would visit neighbouring houses, singing and bearing good wishes for the year ahead. In school we created our own ‘Fari Lwyd’ and our own ‘perllan’ to give to the children. We sang the traditional song Blwyddyn Newydd dda i chi.
We followed a recipe to make Lamington Cake and carefully measured each piece. It was yummy! After learning about Aboriginal Art we created our own. What super artists!
Sut mae’r tywydd heddiw? We have enjoyed making records of the weather in Welsh. Here are some of the photographs we took. We have been planning what we would like to learn this term. Here we are starting to explore! We are always busy! This week, we visited Llanidloes Library. We loved listening to a… Read more »
To celebrate World poetry day, we rose to the challenge of a 30 minute session to create our own class poem. Here is Miss Evans’ class ‘Yr Hydref’.
‘We have been enjoying the outdoors and learning all about Autumn. Remember to look out for the journey sticks Miss Davies’ class have been making’.