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Always Aiming High – Anelu’n Uchel O Hyd

Term 3

The children have worked so hard this week that we decided to pop outside for a little bit this afternoon to create habitats for our mini-beasts!
Mrs Lincoln-Jones wasn't sure if the mini-beast were real or not!


The children have loved using the 'Top Trump' cards which they made for homework in class this week!

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This term the children have enjoyed learning the different mini-beast names in welsh.
This week the children have then used this in a sentence to say where the mini-beasts are.


Ble mae .....? (Where is....?)


Can you use this pattern at home?


Ble mae...? 7

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Ble mae...? 6

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Ble mae...? 5

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Ble mae...? 4

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Ble mae...? 3

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Ble mae...? 2

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Ble mae...? 1

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The children had so much fun today on a bug hunt! They then recorded which bugs they found using a tally chart in preparation for next week where we will be drawing our own bar charts! They were ‘Bug-Tastic!’ 🦋🦗🦟🐛🐌🕷🐞🐜🦂🐝


It was wonderful this afternoon to head outside and join the Year 3 classes! They helped us to plan our story which we will start writing this week...’The Cautious Child‘...this is our own version of ‘The Cautious Caterpillar!’ 🐛🐛🐛

The children thought about things that would be different in Year 3 and their thoughts on these changes...then the lovely Year 3s helped to reasure us that these changes are going to be for the better!! 


I can’t wait to read the childrens finished stories over the next two weeks! 


We have had our National Tests this week which has meant our routine has been a little different to usual - however the children have, as always, been wonderful.
This morning we ended our week with our assembly. The children were arddechog! They all used their big voices and it has been lovely to see so many of them thinking about the message of our assembly on the lead up to this week.
Often they have come to me and said,
'Mrs L-J, you just used my positive word!'
'Look - that's my positive word!'.
Enjoy your weekend Class 6! You deserve it after working so hard!

Positive words

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Eeek! Our assembly has very quickly crept upon us!
Please could all of Class 6 practise the song - Positive by  Taio Cruz (Link is below) ready for next Friday (10th).

I will give out lots of Dojos to my superstars that work hard on learning it!

Our assembly is all about being positive and using positive words. Children have created a poster in school with their positive word on it...however, if they would like to create a different one at home - no problem!


Happy – max
Awesome – Oliver
Great – Amelia B
Bendigedig – Cai
Wonderful – Ragavi
Special – Rhian
Beautiful – Josh
Fantastic – Medha
Well done – Ben
Bravo – Evan
Funny – Sam D
Amazing – Charlotte
Anhygoel – Daniel
Brilliant – Theo
Cool – Zac
Gwych – Euan
Da iawn – Sam G
Marvellous – Lucas
Outstanding – Sofia
Arbennig - Isla
Super - Hannah
Arddechog - Sam C-Sh
Fabulous - Amelia H
Super duper – Catrin
Good – Sam Cr

Please could these be in by Tuesday (7th).  


Many thanks as always for your wonderful support!
Mrs Lincoln-Jones

Positive ~ Taio Cruz! Lyrics!

Positive ~ Taio Cruz! Lyrics! i hold no rights to this song! all rights go to taio cruz!


Today, during P.E we had lots of fun outside practising our sports day technique! We enjoyed working with the other Year 2 class and can't wait to practise again on Friday!

Welcome back! Croeso'n nol! Everyone has made a wonderful start to our new summer term!
We have had lots of fun already, looking at insects as our new topic is Minibeasts!

Today we went outside and collected leaves, twigs, stones and pinecones. Then we used these to create our own symmetrical insects! We wrote about them using adjectives to describe them!
The children would like to know...what do you think is their next steps to improve their insects?

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