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Welcome Messages for the New Intake in September 2020

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Please find a welcome message from Mrs Evans, Mrs Willis and Miss Phillips.

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Last week of term message

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Well, here we are, the last week of term. For the majority of you, this week will be your last week in the Nursery class. I hope you've enjoyed your time in Nursery with us. I've enjoyed listening to all your jokes and stories and you have made me laugh and smile. You're all very special children and have been amazing this year. You're always full of enthusiasm and interest and have taken part in activities with a smile on your face. You have all been a great friend to each other and you have been kind and thoughtful to others in the class this year. I hope you have a fantastic summer holiday and I look forward to seeing you all in September.

Message to Pupils/Parents/Carers: Week Commencing: 06/07/20

Thank you for all your support throughout the year and especially during the past few months. We very much appreciate the hard work which has been done at home. Well done everyone!

In order to give pupils the opportunity to undertake any work that they haven’t already completed over the past number of months and give them the opportunity to choose from the activities on the ‘Additional Resources’ page, work will not be planned for the last week of this academic year. We would also like to encourage pupils to continue to practise their reading and make use of the interesting and varied resources available on ‘Hwb’ and ‘Purple Mash’.

Enjoy the Summer holiday and we look forward to seeing you all in September.

Thank you

 

Creigiau Primary School

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Mrs D. Kirkman, Head Teacher / Pennaeth, Ysgol Gynradd Creigiau Primary School.

Hello everyone!

We have been busy preparing our area outside classroom ready to welcome you all back and we’re looking forward to welcoming you all. We’re going to have so much fun together.

 

We’ve prepared a short video and we hope that you will enjoy watching and listening to us. We’re really excited!

 

To prepare your child for his/her return to school, I ask you kindly to watch the video and read the story ‘In it together’ so that your child can understand that school may look a little different. Could you please discuss the changes with your child so that s/he feels happy and safe to return to school.

 

Bye for now,

Mrs Evans, Mrs Willis a Miss Phillips

 

 

When your child is visiting the Nursery for their session this week, they will need to bring:

- their water bottle with their name clearly marked on it. 

- if the weather is due to be warm, please put sun cream on your child prior to their visit.

- send them in with their sun hat, with their name clearly marked on it.

-they will not need to bring fruit with them for their morning session.

 

We look forward to meeting you at the side gate as mentioned on the school video.  

Returning to School

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Hello everyone!

 

I hope we have nice weather again this week as I thought it would be nice if we went on a Teddy Bear's Picnic. You could collect all of your favourite teddies and get them ready to have a picnic in your garden. You'll need to keep and eye on the weather and hope that we see the sunshine! Could you help make a menu for your picnic? Remember you need to include a sandwich, piece of fruit,  slice of cake and a drink. You need to make sure you have something healthy and then a treat in your picnic. Can you please explain to your teddies that you're inviting them to join you for a picnic and you could even create an invite and hand it out to your family members. That would be so much fun.

 

I'll be thinking of you all this week and although I'm going to see some of you in school, I'll still be looking forward to seeing pictures of your picnic. I know you're going to have so much fun.

 

Keep smiling,

Mrs Evans 

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Sing along with Mrs Willis

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Sing along to Nursery Rhymes with Mrs Willis.
Please watch this video first.
Enjoy

Jack and the Beanstalk

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Story time with Mrs Evans. Enjoy listening to the story of Jack and the Beanstalk.

Song 1 - What shall we do? - Full Song | Primary Music - Jack and the Beanstalk

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Hello from Miss Phillips

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Here is a very special message to you all from Miss Phillips. I know she is missing you all and enjoys hearing all about what you've been up to over the last few weeks. Miss Phillips is looking forward to seeing you all very soon. Enjoy the video.

Hello! I hope you are all well!

I hope you enjoyed watching the video from Miss Phillips. It was lovely to hear from her!

This week we'll be continuing with the 'Castle' theme. I had a phone call from Mrs Willis and I needed to go on a little adventure to try to help her solve her problem. I wonder if you could help her too. 

 

Note to parents: Please watch Mrs Willis' video first and then the video of Mrs Evans. It should all make sense then!

 

Thank you very much for your support.

 

Enjoy your week and remember to share pictures of your activities with me: evanse148@hwbmail.net

 

Bye for now,

Mrs Evans, Mrs Willis and Miss Phillips

Here is a special message from Mrs Willis. I think she may need your help.

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Here is the photograph from Mrs Willis

My big adventure!

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Hello everyone!

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The Three Little Pigs - Audio Fairy tale from the book

Audiobook - Audio Book - for children A 78RPM Capitol Record Reader with storybook.

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Hello everyone!

 

I hope you all had a lovely half term break and enjoyed playing outside in your gardens. The weather has been very warm. I have enjoyed being in my garden, doing some gardening and looking after my flowers and playing lots of different games. What have you all been up to over half term? Did you have time in your garden, or maybe you went on a special walk? Let me know what you've been up to. 

This week we're going to stay with the animal theme but are going to head to the zoo. How many of you have been to the zoo? I hope you enjoy the stories and the activities.

 

Could  you please disucss with your child their experiences at Nursery and what they most enjoyed. Please could you fill in the document below and e-mail it to me by the 05/06/20. Many thanks. 

Have a great week.

Mrs Evans

 

Mrs Evans 

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Happy half term!

I wish you all a lovely half term.

Thank you for all your hard work over the last few weeks.

You've done extremely well and have helped your parents at home. 

 Enjoy and relax with your family over the holiday.  

 

Bye for now,

Mrs Evans, Mrs Willis a Miss Phillips

Hello everyone!

 

Hope you've all had a great week and spent sometime outside in the sunshine. Thank you for your e-mails and photographs, it's always great to see what you've all been up to, and they really make my day! I hope you enjoyed the Farm activities last week. We're going to stay with the Farm theme for another week, but I thought we would make the most of 'Mrs Wishy Washy's Farm' story. I enjoyed reading this story and my boys loved it too. What they loved the most was the animals having a bath in all the soapy water, so I thought we could take some time to look and have fun with 'bubbles.' Hope you all enjoy as much as we did. Remember to keep sending me your photographs and keep smiling. 

See you all soon,

Mrs Evanssmiley

 

evanse148@hwbmail.net

In addition to the activities this week, we would be grateful if you could complete the  'School Value Survey' with your child. 

 

Gwerthoedd /Values

Ysgol Gynradd Creigiau Primary School

 

We want to create a new set of values for our school and we need everyone’s help.

 

Follow the link below and read these words and discuss them with your family.

 

What do they mean?

Which words do you think are important for us to have as values in our school?

 

Tick 8 values/words which you think are the most important.

 

https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=Ug4_TzS3ZEGUCRtgHRR5k7uiIsm8TMdPjJJLGOfc8BdUMUNWOFc4MldINEFWSkxZRkdWNFdHR0VPMi4u

Woodland Trust Nature Detectives - Identify trees by looking at their leaves.

Colour treasure hunt in the woods.

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We've been for a walk to the woods near our house. Before we went we decided on 6 colours that we hoped to see on our walk and coloured an egg box with these colours. Whilst on our walk we collected different coloured natural objects that were on the floor and placed them in our box.

 

Well hello everyone!

We've reached another week. This week we will be heading to the farm. Have you been to visit a farm before? What animals did you see whilst you were there? If you go for a walk this week, keep an eye out for young lambs in the fields.  I've seen many whilst out walking through the fields near my home.  They were enjoying the sun as much as I was. Remember to let me know if you see any. I hope you enjoy the activities this week and remember to let me know how you're getting on. I really enjoy seeing pictures of what you've all been busy doing. 

 

Bye for now

Mrs Evans

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Mrs. Wishy Washy's Farm By Joy Cowley

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Hello children!

I hope your are all well and enjoyng your time at home with your family. It was so nice hearing from so many of you last week. I enjoyed reading all about what you've been up to and your pictures brought a smile to my face. I hope the weather improves this week so that you can go back outdoors to play in your garden or on a nice walk. I've included one of my favourite stories this week - The Very Hungry Caterpillar. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I do. I wonder, what is your favourite part of the story? Enjoy your week and remember to keep in touch by sending me an e-mail, your pictures really do brighten my day!

Bye for now,

Hwyl fawr

Mrs Evans

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Week commencing 27/04/20

Here are a few ideas of activities you can do at home with your family over the next week. Myself, Mrs Willis and Miss Phillips are missing you all very much! How about sending us photos of what you have been doing! Maybe you've been playing with your favourite toys, or colouring and painting, counting or writing. I would really like to see pictures of you busy and happy, at home safe and sound. We'll all see each other very soon, and I can't wait. 

 

My e-mail address is: evanse148@hwbmail.net 

Cân Trychfilod Cyw | Cyw's Bugs Song

Come and see the tiny insects that are in our garden. This would be our 'tidy up time' song in class this term.

Hello everyone!

Here are the words for our Welsh song this week. Hope the translation will help you.

I've attached it below.

 

Remember to sing along to the English nursery rhymes available on BBC School radio.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/nursery-rhymes-songs-index/zhwdgwx

 

Which is your favourite? Let me know!

 

If you haven't already had a chance, how about painting / colouring / decorating a beautiful rainbow (Enfys) to decorate the front window of your house. Can you remember all the colours in Welsh?

 

 

 

 

 

Dear Pupils and Parents,

 

I hope that you have enjoyed the Easter sunshine and that you are all well.

 

It is now the Summer Term and we will be introducing a new theme.

Our theme this term will be ‘In the garden.’  We will be learning all about the insects that live in our garden. We will learn their names and where they live. Some live under a stone, whilst others live deep in the soil. We will take a look at all the different life cycles and enjoy lots of stories along the way. We’ll learn lots of new songs and dances to help us learn the name of all the insects.

 

We usually discuss the theme with the pupils at the beginning of a new topic and we ask the pupils to note what they already know and what they would like to learn. Pupils could be encouraged to research their new topic and to complete a flow chart (in pictorial form, written, as a flow chart etc) of their ideas to engage them in their new theme.

 

We will continue posting ideas, activities and work on the Class Pages on a weekly basis. There will be activities to enabling pupils to engage in a range of activities, to develop their skills and to accept a challenge.

 

Over the coming weeks some of the activities on our new theme may be labelled A, B and C.

“A” activities/sheets will be a springboard for a new concept, “B” activities will follow and “C” will provide a challenge or extended work. Pupils may need to practise similar questions from “A” or “B” a few times before they are ready to face the “C” challenge work. Please support your child with any new concepts/activities that may require some adult explanation.

 

The Additional Resources section is updated regularly and some activities in this section may support your child with various skills whilst they are learning at home.

It is important that the children enjoy the activities – please adapt activities with any resources/ideas that you may have to support your child/children. If your child does not enjoy a specific activity, move on to a different task and you can return to it at a different time.

 

Thank you all for your continued support during an unprecedented time for us all – children and adults alike. What is important to us at Creigiau Primary School is that you are happy, well and safe.

 

Take good care.

I look forward to seeing you sometime soon and hearing about your adventures.

 

Kind regards,

Mrs Evans, Mrs Willis and Miss Phillips

Lliwiau'r Enfys

Lliwiau'r Enfyd: Colours of the rainbow.

Welsh Song words: Un bys, dau fys...

Week commencing: 30.03.20

Good afternoon!

I hope that you have had a good week in the sunshine and have had fun undertaking some of your learning activities!

Each class webpage will be updated on a Friday, however the fortnight beginning Friday 3rd April – Sunday April 19th will be the pupils’ official Easter Holiday and therefore work will not be posted for that fortnight.

 Work will be posted for the next half term before Monday 20th April.

The Additional Information Section (under the “Class Pages” section) is being updated regularly with a selection of ideas and useful apps and websites. Please take time to visit this area and use some of the activities with your children. There are also useful websites for pupils to be able to hear Welsh and undertake activities through the medium of Welsh.

Have a sunny Easter Holiday and enjoy time with your family.

Don’t forget to help your parents/carers, children! Look after each other.

Best wishes,

Mrs Evans

Suggested activities week commencing 30.03.20

Here is a weekly overview of suggested practical activities to do at home with your child during the coming week. In addition, you have been given your child’s login details for both Hwb and Purple Mash websites, there are plenty of fun activities available on these websites.  Should you encounter any problems, please email me below. 

There are suggested websites and apps available in the Additional Resources Section on the school website.

If you would like to contact me, please send an email from the bottom of the class page.

Enjoy the time with your child.

 

Thank you for your continued support.

Nursery Staff

 

Suggested activities for week commencing 23/03/20

Number formation

Outside area resources.

Caru Canu | Adeiladu Tŷ Bach (Welsh Children's Song)

Cân am adeiladu tŷ bach, yn gartref clud i lygoden fach. A Welsh children's song about building a house for a mouse.

             

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Spring 2nd Half Term - Easter

             

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Week

Dyddiad

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Bore

Morning

Prynhawn

Afternoon

 

17-21/02/20

HANNER

TYMOR

HALF TERM

 

24-28/02/20

Meithrinfa

Nursery

 

02-06/03/20

Nursery

Meithrinfa

 

09-13/03/20

Meithrinfa

Nursery

 

16-20/03/20

Nursery

Meithrinfa

 

23-27/03/20

Meithrinfa

Nursery

 

30/02/20-03/03/20

Nursery

Meithrinfa

 

End of Term

PASG

EASTER

 

20-24/04/20

20/04/20 INSET / HMS

Meithrinfa

Nursery

Caru Canu | Heno Heno (Welsh Children's Song)

We've been practicing this nursery rhyme to sing at the School Eisteddfod this Friday.
A traditional Welsh nursery rhyme.

Happy New Year to you all.

 

It has been a pleasure to welcome new friends to the Nursery this term. I am pleased to say that everyone is settling in nicely and making new friends. They have all been enjoying exploring the class and the different areas this term.

Our theme this term is ‘Helping Hands’ and is based on the people around us that are there to help others including doctors and nurses, dentists and without forgetting John, our very kind school crossing patroller. The children will learn about the important roles of the emergency services and explore the different ways in which they can help others.

The children will experience a variety of activities that explore the weather and nature as we step into spring. We will be spending more time in our school garden exploring therefore please ensure your child has his/her own wellies to be kept in school this term.

 

We are all looking forward to a very busy and exciting term.  

 

Bye for now,

Mrs Evans, Mrs Willis and Miss Phillips

Nursery Overview

We all enjoy singing in Nursery. This is our favourite nursery rhyme this week. How about having a turn at singing at home.

Cân Pobl sy'n Helpu Cyw

Our favourite Welsh song. How about listening to this at home!

Mr Tumble Songs | Wind the Bobbin Up

Sing and sign with Mr Tumble from Something Special to this nursery rhyme, Wind the Bobbin Up!

 

 

Hello and a warm welcome to you all to the Nursery. It's wonderful to say that all the children have settled in well to their new routines and they are clearly very happy in their new class. We are very fortunate to welcome new friends to our class - a warm welcome to you all and we are very much looking forward to making new friends.


The children have been busy exploring their new classroom and most have already found their favourite corner. The classroom is full of different areas, resources and toys for them to investigate and play with.


Our main theme this term is ‘Here I am.’ We are looking forward to learning all about ourselves our bodies and using our senses. We will be listening to lots of stories that are all about our theme and others that are of interest to us. There are several festivals and celebrations to celebrate during this term and we will begin with the festival of light - Diwali and then Guy Fawkes, just to name a couple and finishing at the end of the term with Christmas. We will also be learning about the changes in nature and the weather during Autumn. It's going to be a busy and an exciting first term in the Nursery.


Bye for now,


Mrs Evans, Miss Phillips and Mrs Willis.

 

Education Begins at Home Ready to Learn Animation English

Uploaded by Addysg Cymru / Education Wales on 2019-02-11.

Here are a few reminders:

*Monday & Friday: We have P.E on the yard and hall. Your child/children can come to school in their P.E clothing - grey/black tracksuit/leggings, blue polo shirt, school maroon jumper/cardigan/hoody and their trainers.

*We kindly ask if you could send a pair of wellingtons for your child to keep in school ready for when the weather changes.

*Long hair should be tied back every day to avoid unwanted visitors!

*Children are encouraged to bring a bottle of water to school to each session.

*Children should be left and collected at the gate– please make yourself visible at the end of each session.

*Home/School Bags: these bags should be brought to school every Monday. Bags will be returned home on a Friday and will include any letters, pieces of work etc.

*Please inform us if there is any change in the people who may be collecting your child/children.

*Please inform the school when your child is or will be absent from school.

*Please let us know if your child develops any allergies/medical conditions.

*Morning sessions start at 8.50 and finish at 11.45

*Afternoon sessions start at 12.45 and finish at 3.30

 

Many thanks for your cooperation and support.

Kind regards

Mrs Evans, Miss Phillips and Mrs Willis.

             

AMSERLEN Meithrinfa ~ Nursery TIMETABLE

             

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Dyddiad

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Bore

Morning

Prynhawn

Afternoon

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2-6/9/19

Nursery

Meithrinfa

2

9-13/9/19

Meithrinfa

Nursery

3

16-20/9/19

Nursery

Meithrinfa

4

23-27/9/19

Meithrinfa

Nursery

5

30-4/10/19

Nursery

Meithrinfa

6

7-11/10/19

Meithrinfa

Nursery

7

14-18/10/19

Nursery

Meithrinfa

8

21-25/10/19

HMS—INSET 25/10/19

Meithrinfa

Nursery

9

HANNER

TYMOR

HALF TERM

 

After Half Term 

Wythnos

Week

Dyddiad

Date

Bore

Morning

Prynhawn

Afternoon

10

4-8/11/19

Nursery

Meithrinfa

11

11-15/11/19

Meithrinfa

Nursery

12

18-22/11/19

Nursery

Meithrinfa

14

25-29/11/19

Meithrinfa

Nursery

14

2-6/12/19

Nursery

Meithrinfa

15

9-13/12/19

 

Meithrinfa

 

Nursery

 

16

16-20/12/19

 

Nursery

 

Meithrinfa

 

Gwyliau

Nadolig

Christmas

Holidays

 

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