This term our context is 'We can all be heroes' Any home learning completed on paper for this cwtch can be emailed to our family email:
Our value this half term is compassion. However, we will be looking at a variety of values within our R.E lessons while learning about the parables of Jesus. We are learning about the way we all can become heroes in real life by displaying these values. We will be using this knowledge in our literacy work where we are developing important skills while working towards writing an advert for friend.
In numeracy we are looking at fractions of shape and number. We are also looking for opportunities to use these skills in real life through writing recipes and calculating costs.
Through our projects we will be developing these skills in fun and creative ways while also looking at other areas of learning.
We are currently reading The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame.
Bishop Childs Got Talent
Check back to view the talent that has been shares in Teulu Ser
Click a name to find our what their talent is. We still have lots more videos to upload!
#RecyclingHeroes - Product design and advertising. Congratulations to our competition winners. You can return to this project to find your certificates. Judging this was the hardest thing Teulu'r Ser staff have done this year! We ended up giving house points to each of you for your hard work.
Here are just some examples of the online learning that has been shared with us this week. Next week there are lots of opportunities for you to share your learning with us and we will be using them to create some collaborative videos. We are so excited to see all of your faces.
Some project work from Teulu Ser this week.
This weeks handwriting competition winners.
1st place - Amelia Krawiecka - 5 House points
2nd place - Jasmine Lancaster - 3 House points
3rd place - Ruby Folland - 2 House point
All children that have turned in or emailed their handwriting have also been awarded a house point for their effort. Da iawn!
This week's artwork. Keep an eye out for these designs hidden in your online learning.
Teulu'r Ser have a new family member! Ethan is joining Cwtch Gwilym this term and has already begun learning online with us on Google Classroom. We are very excited to meet you and look forward to sharing all of our learning together online until then.
Christmas Party Day.
In guided group reading we have been reading about the adventures of kid spies Polly and Pete. We are looking forward to writing our own adventure in literacy.
The children thought of some exciting new ways to practise their spellings this week. They all worked really hard on a booklet full of all their ideas.
We practise our spelling and phonics daily as a class. However, on ‘Wordy Wednesday’ we start our day practising our weekly spellings independently.
The children are really enjoying getting creative and practising their words in their own way.
13.11.20 - This week's stars.
Children in Need
Children in Need sweepstake.
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We have been ordering instructions on how to make rice crispy cakes. We then followed them to see where they could be improved.
6.11.20 - This week's stars.
We really enjoyed signing along in this weeks Worship.
We really liked learning sign for unity. We have been using it to remind us how strong we are when we work together as a class.
We have been working in teams to develop our ball control and footwork in P.E.
16.10.20 - This week's stars.
We really enjoyed spending the last day of term celebrating our success while wearing bright colours. We ended the day creating our own rainbow links full of examples of friendship and kindness in Cwtch Gwilym. We then connected them together to show how strong we are as a caring and supporting class. Have a lovely half term. :)
Congratulations to our stars. 9.10.20
A real love of literature building in Cwtch Gwilym during our free reading time.
Mindfulness, yoga and a squat challenge.
We love getting arty with our spelling practise.
Predicting what will happen when two equally balanced balloons are placed on a scale and one is popped.
Practising our Welsh skills interviewing our friends about their likes and dislikes.
We ended the week looking at some of the fantastic home learning we had done on international languages. Maharshi and Stas prepared some fantastic work at home to help us celebrate and offered to present it to the class. Maharshi proudly shared some stories with us and taught us how to count to ten in Indian. Stas then spoke to us about some of the different sounds in the polish language and taught us the names of some animals. Fantastic end to the week.
Congratulations to our stars. 2.10.20
Using connectives to help us order explanations.
Some very impressive concentration during this week’s big maths sessions.
Does gas way anything? In our science lessons this week have looked at how we can compare the amount of gas in carbonated drinks by weighing them before and after they are shaken until flat. We looked at how we could create a fair test and predicted what we thought would happen with our talk partners. We used IT to record our results in a table and compared the difference in weight with a variety of drinks.
This week, we have been looking at place value in numeracy looking at different ways we can represent numbers. In literacy, we have been sorting past and present tense verbs and using them to create sentences. This is going to help us write our explanations in science where we are looking at the water cycle. In Welsh, we have been discussing the weather and have been writing sentences and conversations to describe the weather on previous days using the past tense.
We had lots of fun making play-dough. We looked at the different properties of each of the ingredients and discussed if we think play-dough is a solid or a liquid as we watched the ingredients come together. Here is the recipe we followed if you want to recreate the fun at home.
It has been great to spend some time outdoors in the sunshine.
Enjoying the sunshine.
Getting to know our new classmates with a game of 'The sun shines on you'.
We spent day one catching up, writing about our Summer and using HWB to input data we gathered playing games.
Welcome back photos :)
Year Three had a wonderful first day in KS2.