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Parents/Carers are invited to meet with Estyn on Monday 4th July 3:45pm in the school hall.
Telephone 02920 733694

15th June 2020

Become a Hwb Hero!


Hwb Heroes Assemble! A call to children and young people to become Hwb Heroes


Wales Education Minister, Kirsty Williams, has launched an initiative to get the children and young people of Wales using their creativity to spread positive and entertaining messages online to older people who are currently self-isolating due to the Covid-19 lockdown.


If you want to take part in this, please follow the link below:


It would also be great if you send your messages to Mrs Thorpe and Mrs Eadie to put in our newsletters too!




This week, please read the comprehension on page 22 and complete the answer questions on page 23 of your comprehension book.


Remember to read the text carefully before looking at the questions. Underline any key information if it helps you to remember it.  



This week please complete page 13 of your grammar book. 




Group 1 spellings need to work on page 13 as well as learn the attached spelling list.


Group 2 need to learn the attached list and put the words into interesting sentences. 




This week, please complete the abacus test. 

Remember you can do pictures and working out to help you.




This week, please work on page 21 of the Penpals book. 


Look at the examples on the page first and copy their joins. 


Creative writing task


Write a setting description using the WAGOLL to support. Describe an environment / habitat using your imagination and ambitious vocabulary. Use your five senses to help you think of descriptive vocabulary.

Things to include:

  • What does it look like?
  • What does it smell like?
  • What does it sound like?
  • What does it feel like?
  • What does it taste like?
  • Ambitious adjective and verbs
  • Similes

You can use the environment/ habitat you used in your persuasive letter or change to a different one. There are some pictures to help with your description if you need it. 

Mrs Thorpe’s Literacy class to challenge themselves but writing about two contrasting settings.

Mrs Eadie’s Literacy class to use pictures to help generate vocabulary before writing description.


The jungle is a beautiful and mysterious place that is full of magnificent tall trees that hang like a huge canopy. Rotting leaves hide the roots that wiggle along the ground. It has dangling branches, colossal leaves and damp air. The sun tries hard to shine through the canopy but rarely touches the forest floor. The scent of exotic flowers fills the humid air. The drip, drip of water hitting the jungle ground can be heard like a leaking tap. A shriek slashes the air as the monkeys swing through the trees, screaming their warnings to a predator below. Squawking birds can be heard echoing through the jungle. Snakes are camouflaging against the trees ready to attack their next prey. The jungle is a perfect habitat for all sorts of plants and animals.