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Useful Learning Resources

  • Outdoor P.E. - Tuesday


  • Forest Schools - Friday

  • Gym/dance - Monday


  • Spellings - Given out on a Monday, Tested on a Friday


  • Homework - Set via Teams every other Friday.


  • Reading Books - Each child has their own reading day. See their reading records for details!


Croeso i Ddosbarth 1/2L

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Summer Term 2024

Our topic this term is “Splash in to Summer” which will allow the children to explore their local area.  The children have been busy sharing their ideas on the topic, which include learning about the school pond and the different areas around Caerphilly that they can explore during the summer. They want to find out about the different creatures and plants that grow there, and look at ways they can help improve and protect the areas. We have decided to have a summer shop in our role play area. Through this topic the children will also look at the importance of being fit and healthy, and they are already very excited about planning and holding their own Olympic games. We will be learning about seaside holidays, seashore habitats, sea life and safety at sea. The topic will be explored through a range of fun, practical activities and visits.

Our Cwrt Rawlin Curriculum is developing with the children at its heart. It is based on the 4 purposes and interweaves all 6 areas of Learning and Experiences into purposeful learning opportunities. Our learning pedagogy is based upon the 12 Pedagogical Principles, which forms the platform from which we are then able to apply a wide range of ways to develop skills within authentic learning opportunities. We aim to encompass a wide range of opportunities to develop the cross curricular skills of Literacy, Numeracy and Digital Competence.

Immersion days at the start of the term are followed by celebration days at the end of term, to showcase the learning that has taken place.

Download our Autumn Term Curriculum Map here

Download our Spring Term Curriculum Map

Download Summer Term Curriculum Map here

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