As our Summer term comes to a close, I wish to thank all our wonderful children and parents for their dedication to home schooling. Here is a final glimpse of all the fun and focus you have demonstrated during such unusual times. Thank you.
Category: Year 1/2
Summer arrived and our thoughts turned to seaside adventures. The children explored rock pool habitats and imagined they were at the beach. They even analysed appropriate seaside weather and became budding weather reporters. They forecast sunny seaside days ahead with sand castles and ice-cream!
The children’s efforts have been inspirational as they have engaged with our weekly mini-topics. Here’s a small sample of Year 2 work on Spring.
The children in the Foundation Phase have been really busy working from home over the past few weeks and their teachers have all been so impressed by all the wonderful things they have been doing and their commitment to their learning. This inspired me to put together a Power Point of just a small selection of work… Read more »
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 Year 2 during the period of school closure.
Planting the Willow Cylch with willow artist Caroline Lowe, constructing a bug hotel to create a microhabitat for minibeasts, digging garden beds, sweeping Autumn leaves, making mud-monsters and creating Andy Goldsworthy inspired relief sculptures.
‘To celebrate World poetry day, we created our own class poem all about our love for School in just 30 minutes. Enjoy!’