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It is lovely to see the sun out and the children having the opportunity to learn outdoors.

Eigiau Class

The children of Eigau Class have been learning about recycling food and how to create their own compost. They have also been learning about how to keep a healthy mind. They went for a walk to the village to take notice of their surroundings, to enjoy the fresh air and were given an opportunity to play in the park with their friends.

  • Children in dosbarth eigiau creating their own compost

Melynllyn Class

Melynllyn Class have been looking for caterpillars very carefully and have been learning about the life cycle of a butterfly. There was great excitement in the class when they saw the butterflies hatching from the chrysalis before letting them out to enjoy the flowers on the school field. The children have also been very busy learning the story of Jack and the Beanstalk and some of them have been performing the story as a puppet show for the rest of the class. They have also been imitating the work of Van Gogh and have been creating lovely Sunflower drawings for the class.

  • Children in dosbarth melynllyn performing in the puppet show

Dulyn Class

Dulyn Class have been learning about the Llanrwst Show as part of their theme this term. They have been learning about food chains, various animal habitats and have been developing their imaginations by writing stories about animals themselves. They have been looking at Steven Brown's work and have been trying to recreate the same effects in their own work.

  • Children in dosbarth geirionydd selling books in the book fair

Geirionydd Class

Geirionydd Class’s theme this term is  festivals and they have been learning about Eid al Fitr and have prepared food for the celebration. The class also went for a walk along the cob as part of the Trefriw Walking Festival and they will be able to visit the Llangollen Eisteddfod after half term. They also had the opportunity to develop their mental maths skills by helping to sell books at our Book Fair and then calculating the total. We managed to sell over £690 worth of books which means that the school gets £340 in rewards to spend on books.

Many thanks to Christine Roberts for organising our Bingo Night once again and to all the parents who came to help us on the night. We managed to raise £406 towards the school and the Cylch and on top of that £200 by raffling a chocolate and wine hamper. Thank you to everyone for their donations - the money will go towards the costs of visits and activities for all the children.

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