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Welcome to Class 8


Information regarding activities that can be completed at home.

We are looking at ways of providing work for children who may not be at school at this time. In our most recent letter we informed you that we were working on providing distant learning and staff are continuing to work hard to provide this facility if the school is directed to close.

Here are links to suggested resources that may be of use at this time:


Reading –

Maths –

Welsh –


If your child logs into their Hwb account ( they are able to access Just2Easy resources such as j2Blast.

Friday 3rd April


Good morning all!


Here are some Easter activities for you to try at home.




Take a look at these Easter egg hunt clues. Can you write your own for an Easter hunt in your home. Could you make them rhyme?



Jar of Gratitude


Decorate a jar or container using paper, pom poms, stickers and jewels.  Each day of the Easter holidays think of one think that you appreciate or something that makes you happy. Then write it down and put it into your jar. 

You can then read the contents and see how many things we all have to appreciate.


On that note, I would like to thank you all for your hard work and efforts both with these activities and on Hwb too.


There will be no work posted on this website or Hwb until Monday 20th April.

Take this opportunity to relax and have fun with your family members.

I would like to wish you and your families a very Happy Easter.

Take care, each and everyone and keep smiling.


See you soon,


Mrs Witheridge

Thursday 2nd April


Here are some more fun Easter activities for you to try.




Can you complete this Easter Sudoku activity?

You will need to put one of each type of egg in each row. Good luck!

Try creating your own for a member of your family.





Take a look at these wonderful Easter egg creations using an empty egg shell.

Can you create one of your own?



Wednesday 1st April


Bore da! Here are some activities for you to try today.




Here is a list of spelling words to practise.


  • although
  • believe
  • complete
  • disappear
  • enough
  • experience
  • height
  • imagine
  • knowledge
  • occasion

Take a look at these spelling strategies and give a few of them a go! Which was the most successful?





Easter is nearly here. Have a look at these Easter movement activities, you could also create your own! Can your family members guess what actions you are doing?

Have fun.



Here are some lovely mindfulness Easter colouring activities. Click on the link below and give them a try.


Here are some eggs that you can colour in online too. You will find links to other Easter games as well.



Tuesday 31st March


There is an excellent times tables test on this website link, take a look and see if you can beat your score each day. There is even a certificate you can print out too!


Take a look at these times tables wheels. Can you copy them and create your own?


Here are some blank ones.






This is a fun experiment to try at home.

You will need:

  • kitchen foil
  • a ruler
  • a scissors
  • pennies
  • a bowl of water

Cut out a square using kitchen foil.  It should have sides which measure around 15cm.

Create a boat using the foil.

Estimate how many one penny coins you think your boat will hold.

Place the boat into a bowl of water, then conduct your experiment.

Think about this question. Does the shape of the boat change the number of coins it can hold?

Have fun!

Monday 30th March


Here is a Maths puzzle for you to solve today. Good luck!






Look around your home for the oldest item you can find. You may need some help for this from other people who live with you. It may be an ornament, a piece of jewellery, a painting. Think about these questions:


How old is the object?

Where did it come from?

Who does/did it belong to?

What was is used for?


Would it be the same if it was made today?

What other events were happening in the world at the time the object was used?




Friday 27th March


Good morning. Bore da mae hi'n heulog!


Take a look at the the activities below.




Create an acrostic poem using the word 'Spring.'



Read the 'Tedi Twt at Tywydd' story to somebody in your home. Click on the link below.


Look at the weather flashcards. Revise the words and phrases. You could create your own flashcards to

teach Welsh to somebody in your home!


Create a weather chart. Use it to record the weather each day in Welsh.

Take a look at the example below.


Pretend you are a weather reporter and give a member of your family a weather report in Welsh!


Have fun.



Thursday 26th March


Bore da and good morning on this lovely sunny day!

Take a look at some of the activities below.




The Great Maths Bake Off


Your challenge:

• Bake something tasty and find the hidden Maths.


What to do:

1. Cooking is so much fun! But did you know it involves a lot of Maths too?

2. Work with an adult to bake something yummy.

3. Have fun in the kitchen, and then think about the questions below.


What did you make?


What Maths skills did you think you used?





Signs of Spring. From your window, take a look at the signs of Spring you can see. Choose one of these and create a sketch.

25th March

Good morning!

Here are some more activities for you today. I hope you enjoy them.


Word Wheels


Take a look at this word wheel challenge. Can you complete it?


24th March


Bore da!

I hope you enjoyed completing the activities from yesterday.

Have a look below at some more for today.


Bore da!


Here are a few activities to try at home.

There are also activities on Google Classroom on Hwb.



Develop a name for a new healthy snack bar. This is linked to the work on Google Classroom.

Write a list of the ingredients you will need to make it.


Health and Wellbeing

Make up a dance to your favourite pop song. Have fun!


Times table flower

Times table flower 1 Create a flower using times tables.

Wellbeing name challenge


Look at this great wellbeing name challenge! Have fun!


Signs of Spring

What signs of Spring can you see from your window or garden?

Make a list if as many as you can. You may wish to draw them or write about them using descriptive vocabulary.