Bore Da Magazine – December Click on the link below to read the December Magazine of Bore Da
Have fun learning some new Welsh words.
Croeso i rifyn llawn o IAW. Mae’n llawn o bethau diddorol i dy helpu i wella ac ymarfer dy Gymraeg.Oes gen ti dalent? Wel, dyna fydd gweithlen yr wythnos yma yn ei drafod. Dyma gyfle i ymarfer siarad a thrafod yn Gymraeg. A dysgu am dalentau cudd rhai o dy ffrindiau!
Connecting with othersBeing physically activeLearning new skillsFinding calm & taking noticeDeveloping imaginationMaking choicesUnderstanding self Some very happy children back in school over the past few weeks enjoying sessions with a Wellbeing and Outdoor focus.
WB 06.07.2020 What a great start! Well done to all those children who have started getting involved. Here are some of the wonderful staff demonstration videos to help you out. Go on everyone, join in and have fun! Check out your class teams pages for challenge cards and rules as well as watch your friends… Read more »
Local artist Osian Gwent has painted a wonderful community mural to celebrate the strength of our community during the Covid crisis. Osian kindly made a video for our pupils to show how he built the picture up from a white background to include so many things in our community. You can see his work at… Read more »
Mochdre Industrial Estate – Covid 19 crisis
The 2020 Peace and Goodwill Message will be released on 18th May from the Urdd social media accounts. This year, the young people of Wales have created a message responding to the Coronavirus pandemic. They share their desire to see the world listen and learn from this crisis, which has stopped the clock and made… 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.
https://protectchildren.ca/en/order/product/301:en/ Use the link to download the free PDF version
Some suggested links to support children with ALN during school closure sent through from Powys County Council
Statement by Kirsty Williams, Minister for Education I’d like to thank parents for listening to the advice and keeping most children at home. I’d be grateful if tomorrow morning you only use schools or childcare as a last resort. The advice has not changed as a result of tonight’s decision to further restrict movement, which… Read more »
Some suggested activities for children in Year 3/4 during the period of school closure.
Some suggested activities for children in Year 2 during the period of school closure.
Some suggested activities for children in Reception and Year 1 during the period of school closure.
Llanidloes Primary and High schools have a rich history of promoting excellent stewardship of the environment. The Llanidloes Schools Federation has now committed to taking this work to the next level. Both schools have received the highest Platinum Green Flag Awards for their Eco work. Pupils and staff have engaged in wide-ranging projects to promote… Read more »
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!
Llongyfarchiadau! Our swimmers did us proud at the Urdd National Swimming Gala in Cardiff on Saturday 25th January.Well done to the y3/4 mixed freestyle relay (pic 1,2), the year 5/6 girls medley relay (pic 4), year 5/6 mixed freestyle relay (pic5) and Maddie in her individual freestyle event (pic 6).
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 »
On Saturday 18th January the eco-committee joined many community groups from Llanidloes to promote ‘zero carbon’ , energy solutions for our town. The pupils spoke to members of the public, about the dangers of pollution when car engines are left idling. They asked visitors to pledge towards making an effort for walking and avoiding driving… Read more »
Llongyfarchiadau! We have been awarded the Eco Schools’ Green Flag Platinum renewal. Congratulations to Mrs Stead and the eco committee for all their hard work.
Mercury looks like the moon, I don’t think I will visit it any time soon, It is the closest planet to the sun, Venus is its nearest chum
‘To celebrate World poetry day, we created our own class poem all about our love for School in just 30 minutes. Enjoy!’
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’.