People who can make a difference to your life want to hear from you about how life has been over the last few weeks.
Sally Holland, the Children's Commissioner, is one of those people.
She wants to know about any worries you have, how you've been spending your time, and also about the things that have made you happy.
Sally has been working with the Welsh Government, to make sure that they hear and listen to what you have to say. Sally wants to make sure they are doing their best for all children and young people in Wales. It will also help them to make sure that they are giving you the information and support you need to feel as happy as possible during this time and afterwards.
We would like ALL pupils to complete this survey. It should only take you around 15 minutes. Please send your teacher a message to let them know if you've completed it. It closes on the 27th May.
Please share your views by following this link:
Please continue to practise Phase 2 and Phase 3 sounds. Continue to work on learning these sounds by sight and writing them correctly. You could challenge your child to write these sounds in words and then in sentences should you feel they need extending.
High Frequency Words
Please continue to practise the high frequency words that the children have already begun to learn. Your child should continue to learn these set by set. Once your child has learnt a set, challenge them to write the word on a piece of paper, focusing on correct spelling. Extend the activity by encouraging them to write the word in a simple sentence. Please find these under the 'High Frequency Word' section on the Homework page.
Creative Writing Task
This week we would like children to listen to the story 'If I Built a Car' by Chris Van Dusen (a video of the story is below). Then we would like them to design their own mode of transport and describe it, e.g. what does it look like? How do you use it? What does it do? An example is provided below.
*Challenge - Include some adjectives to describe your mode of transport
**Super challenge - Use a connective to extend your sentences
Children are asked to email a picture of their written work or a word document of their writing to the teachers via the Hwb emails on the 'Homework' page, where teachers will then provide appropriate feedback. They can also send any other pictures of learning they have been completing.