Welsh is continued from last week - see video from last week.
Ydy hi'n _________?
Is it ________?
There are 3 different ways you can answer:
Ydy, mae hi’n _________. / Yes, it is________.
Nag ydy, dydy hi ddim yn _____. / No, it is not _____.
Nag ydy, dydy hi ddim yn _____ond mae hi’n _____.
. Ydy hi’n stormus?
Nag ydy, dydy hi ddim yn stormus ond mae hi’n braf a boeth.
** This week parents will receive an email from inviting them to Seesaw Families. **
Seesaw is a digital portfolio system that allows pupils to engage in learning activities and share their work with their teacher and families. The communication tools allow families to comment on student work and receive updates from teachers.
Pupils can add posts to their journals. Children can showcase the creative projects they've been working on in the classroom and now at home. This could include photos, artwork, videos, activities, notes, projects they have created in other apps, and more.
Families will be notified when there are new posts in their child's journal. They can view posts, add likes and comments to their child's work. Teachers will email you an invite in order to sign up.
Once you have signed up, you will need to download Seesaw Families onto a mobile device (phone, tablet, etc) or you can also access Seesaw Families via a desktop and laptop can be used to access Seesaw Families.
You can receive notification when:
Notifications can be switched off.
Remember this is for parents to view a child's work not another platform for the children to access.
Any problems or question please email Miss Jenkins.
Learning Log WB: 24.02.2020
All children have completed a Big Maths Beat That, this has been sent home.
This week as we prepare for our school Eisteddfod, all children have been given a pen name (Welsh Castle). We would like you to research the castle, draw a picture, gather facts about the castle, etc.
Dates to remember:
Monday 2nd March: 10.30am St Davids Day Mass school hall
1.15pm - Eisteddfod afternoon - announcing winners, Year 3 and 4 Welsh Dancing, house singing and much more.
Thursday 5th March: World Book Day - a letter has been sent home with all children. The children will not be dressing up, but instead bring in a wrapped up book to re-gift to another member of the class.
Tuesday 10th March: Year 3 Forest Schools.