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Croeso i Ddosbarth Llwyfen!


Hello from Dosbarth Llwyfen.  We are a lovely class of Y4/5 pupils.  Our teacher is Mrs Sandford and Mrs Angove is our teaching assistant.

Our first topic this term is one we've chosen ourselves - Animal Magic.

Don't forget to bring Snack and dinner money in on a Monday.

This term our PE days have  changed to Thursday and Friday. DON'T FORGET YOUR KIT !!!

We still do our spelling test and Golden 50 on a Friday. Who will be the Golden 50 champion this term???


Reptile magic.

This afternoon we launched our Animal Magic topic with a fantastic visit from Barry Reptiles. We were able to ask loads of questions and find out more about various reptiles. We loved letting the 16ft python slide over us. Mrs Sandford .... not so much !!!

Animal Magic SPRING 2020


Dosbarth Llwyfen have decided we want to learn about animals. We've got loads of questions , tons of things we want to find out and we've even identified some skills we will develop along the way!

We've started by collaborating and researching the characteristics of vertebrates. We're using thinking maps to show what we found out. 

We have been making Celtic houses  with wood, hot glue and saws that aren't dangerous.We worked in teams and had lots of fun making them. A teacher helped us with the hot glue gun and saws so that we can not hurt ourselves.We used sanding paper for the wooden sticks.We used our planning sheets to help us to make the Celtic houses.We used hay to make the thatched roof and we used clay and paper for the wattle and daub walls.We used our maths to measure the wooden sticks so that they could be the right length.

Written By Amina and Parmida.

Our class assembly

Thank you for joining us for our class assembly today. We hope you enjoyed our performance, especially our Boudicca song. We are so proud of what we've achieved this term and we loved sharing our learning with you back in class .


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We love Maths!