Blwyddyn / Year: 2
Athrawes / Teacher: Mrs J.Ainsworth
'Croeso', welcome to Dosbarth Marloes. Below you will find key information, along with work and learning experiences that we are proud to share with you.
EIN TAITH DYSGU
OUR LEARNING JOURNEY
Our theme is ‘Our Cool School’. We are looking at our new school in a lot of detail. We will be exploring how It was built, what materials were used and why? We will be looking at different schools locally and comparing them – signage/architecture and creating some art work and junk models of schools.
We have discussed that school has a sense of belonging – to a class, families and friends, a team and a community. Will this change when we move to a new school? We are going to delve into schools historically and see if children were taught the same many years ago. What was used in a classroom? Uniforms? Rules? Resources? What was the same/different. We are hoping to bring in some historical classroom artefacts to examine and also book a Victorian school workshop, either a day trip or virtual experience. Children can reflect on their experience
EIN ORIEL DOSBARTH
OUR CLASS GALLERY
AMSERLEN EIN DOSBARTH
OUR CLASS TIMETABLE
Please remember your P.E kit and water bottle every Thursday for a lesson with Mr.Rowles.
DYDD IAU / THURSDAY
Weekly tasks for children to complete independently:
15 minutes of Lexia (link below)
15 minutes of Mathletics (link below)
Reading benefits a child’s education, social and cognitive development, their wellbeing, and their mental health.
In Dosbarth Marloes, children are encouraged to read daily and reading books can be changed when their reading record is signed.
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DEVELOPING MY LEARNING AT HOME
Using Lexia at home supports us in providing differentiated literacy instruction for students of all abilities. Lexia provides explicit, learning in the six areas of reading instruction, targeting skill gaps as they emerge.