Hello and welcome to our class page!
Your class teachers are Mrs. Pearce and Miss Young. Mrs Camilleri will also be teaching you this year.
Our PE day is Wednesday and you should wear your PE clothing and footwear on this day.
Spelling tests are on Friday along with Big Maths and Frog Maths tests.
Please sign up for SEESAW as it is the quickest and easiest method for messages and remember school messages and newsletters are sent via Schoop so please make sure you've joined us. Of course you can also follow us on Twitter @BrynCelynPrm
Isolating ? Don't worry!
When pupils are isolating they can access support and assignments via Google Education on your Hwb accounts. You will find a range of comprehension tasks, math challenge questions and support resources. Pupils can submit work via their Hwb email accounts, I am happy to receive any presentations, reports or story writing that you produce. Pupils can also access a range of learning tools on J2E (please see the video below)
In addition, links to websites to support home learning are at the bottom of this page. I will try to update this as and when new material becomes available. Should you need to contact me you can via email on pearceL18@hwbcymru.net. Alternatively you can drop me a message via Seesaw.
Thank you for your continued support,
Math homework is set via Abacus Activelearn, every chid has a login they can use. They also have access to Sumdog from home, a fun and educational platform for learning maths. Reading books are always available to borrow from school, your child can access the school library or borrow a book from the class shelf. Spelling lists are given in class and the children are tested on a Friday.
Our Class attendance is currently at 93%. It is important that children attend school every day.
Please help us and your child by ensuring their attendance remains above 95%, allowing them to achieve their potential.
Raise Your Childs Attendance,
-Raise their Chances!
Ways for parents to encourage attendance:
Find out regularly your child's absence.
Talk regularly with your child about school and how they feel about it. More likely to attend if they feel supported and anxieties listened to.
Phone us as soon as possible to tell us why your child is absent, and when you expect them to return. Putting the school number in your phone can save you time. Know the school routine for alerting you to absence.
Only grant days at home for genuine illness. (you will know!!)
Avoid taking holidays in school time.
Know routines of the school day to avoid issues, e.g. have they got their PE kit?
If you have concerns please ring us
PRAISE AND REWARD GOOD ATTENDANCE