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Ceirios (Cherry)

 

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WELCOME TO DOSBARTH CEIRIOS

We are a class of Year 4 pupils. Our teacher is

Mrs Dawe but we also get to enjoy the company of Mrs Angove!

 

This term our topic is

'Mighty Mountains'

We will be researching mountain ranges,

looking at the artist Kyffin Williams

and 

pretending we are intrepid explorers!

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What an awesome day in Newport Wetlands. Anyone fancy a pond dip?

Bright Futures week!

In science we will be learning about habitats and their features.

Who lives where?

Why do they live there?

How do they adapt to live in certain habitats?

 

 

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Homework & Reading Books

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These are sent home on a Friday and Mrs Dawe would appreciate them back by a Wednesday in order to organise herself ready for Friday!

If you don't return your reading book you WILL NOT be issued with another one and maybe charged for the cost of the book.

We will also be having a spelling and times table test on a

Friday, SO.....make sure you practise!

Fruit

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If you don't wish to send in snack for your child for a small amount of £1.50 a week we can provide them with a lovely

piece of fruit at breaktime!

 

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PE is on a Tuesday and a Friday.

Please ensure your child has PE kit, no jewellery, correct footwear and a water bottle to stay hydrated.

Mrs Dawe would LOVE it if you could send your PE kit in on a Monday and just leave it in school ALL WEEK or even ALL HALF TERM.

Read our Curriculum News and keep up to date with what we are learning about this term.

You can also use the link to access Active Learn which we use regularly in school. We hope you will use it in order to encourage your child to read more with Bug Club and to use Abacus to practice their maths skills.

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