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Croeso i Dosbarth Coeden Afal  Welcome to Apple Tree Class
(Years 1 & 2)

Welcome back! We hope that they had a good half term break.


This term we will be continuing with the theme of ‘Journeys.’ The main focus will be ‘Where does our food come from?’.

We will also have a number of mini topics based on the children’s interests and special celebration days, with pupils exploring and developing their skills in all curriculum areas. The children will also be helping to lead the learning in Willow and Apple classes.

For the Spring Term Newsletter see below.

We will be continuing our daily Phonics, Numeracy and Pentastic sessions focusing on sounds/blends/keywords, number facts, as well as correct pencil grip and writing letters with the correct formation.


The support you provide at home with daily reading and sound/words practice is so beneficial to your child’s reading development and, even five minutes a day, makes a valuable difference. We are very grateful for your continued support in this home-school partnership. Please can you help us with our home/school reading schedule by returning book bags to school each Monday with a brief comment written in the diary… thank you!


We have a fun and busy term ahead of us. Here are some dates for your diary.

Thursday 29th February 2024 -If your child would like to enter the competition ‘My school,’ please could they bring their entry to school on this day.

Friday 1st March 2024-School Eisteddfod.

Thursday 7th March-World book day 2024. We will celebrate this event in school. Your child is welcome to wear their pyjamas to school for the day.

Mrs Sully



A few reminders:

Please can book bags be returned to school every Monday.

Physical Activity Afternoon - Each Wednesday.  Please can your child come to school wearing their P.E kit (including house colour t-shirt).

The weather is very changeable, and we try and be outdoors as much as possible each day.  Please can your child bring a rain coat each day.  Thank you!


Some suggested websites for Year 1 & 2 children:

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