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St FagansCW Primary School

Happy to love, learn and pray together
Hapus I garu, dysgu a gweddio gyda'n gilydd


Reading For Pleasure


Please go to the 'Reading for Pleasure' page on the school website to find some fun reading challenges created by The Open University to try at home together.  You might want to try and complete some during half-term if you are well and able to do so. smiley

Dojo Portfolio


***Sorry that was the wrong link - I have now changed it.***


Here is the link to the video on how to use Dojo portfolio as promised  It is a really good way of keeping a record of the home learning your child has been doing and I can see it and leave comments.



Miss Asquith

Reception Class -

School Closure Home Learning Tasks


We hope that you have all had a good summer half-term and took some time out to enjoy each other's company.  We are all missing the children so much and all the fun and exciting learning that we would normally be carrying out in reception class.  Please pass on a big hello to the children from all of the staff and a high five for how fantastic they are all being during  what is such a difficult time.


Due to the continuing time away from school, if you have any queries related to the home learning tasks or would like to share any of the work completed, please remember that you can use my hwb email address (which is given on each week's pdf) or dojo during this time to contact myself.


Please click on the links below to open a pdf with home learning tasks on for each week of the school closure (excluding school holidays) as well as other ideas for the children's continuous learning. The home learning sheets for the week will be uploaded either on the Sunday night or the Monday morning of that week. 


Have a good week. smiley


Thank you for your continued support.

Take care and stay safe. 

Miss Asquith.

Reception Class - School Closure Home Learning Tasks - W/C: 23.3.20

Reception Class - School Closure Home Learning Tasks - W/C: 30.3.20
Reception Class - School Closure Home Learning Tasks - W/C: 20/4/20
Reception Class - School Closure Home Learning Tasks - W/C: 27/4/20
Reception Class - School Closure Home Learning Tasks - W/C: 4.5.20
Reception Class - School Closure Home Learning Tasks - W/C:11.5.20
Reception Class - School Closure Home Learning Tasks - W/C:18.5.20
Reception Class - School Closure Home Learning Tasks - W/C: 1/6/20



Below is a link to a video about 'Stations of the Cross'.  At Easter time, we would usually have a service to reflect on what Jesus did on the cross for us.  As we are unable to be together, Father David has put together a video to watch at home.  Please click on the link here (or paste into your  internet browser):


We will also be having a new page on our school website called 'Worship'.  Please visit this page to read about how you could carry out worship at home and for more activities. smiley

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Croeso i Dosbarth Derbyn!
Welcome to Reception Class!


We hope that your child is enjoying their time in reception class at St Fagans Church in Wales School. We have been enjoying getting to know all the children and learning all about them ready for the busy year ahead.  Below is some key information about the class but we will also send reminders and messages using the dojo app so please keep checking your notifications.  




The class teacher in reception class is Miss Asquith and the LSAs are Miss Parsons ( Tuesday to Friday), Mrs Sharp (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday) and Mrs Wilkinson (Thursday and Friday).  Mrs Dowers is also in class supporting at various times during the week and Mrs Parfitt teaches the class on a Tuesday afternoon when Miss Asquith has her PPA time.  We will be using Class Dojo to update you on a more regular basis so please check your notifications.

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Our School Christian Value for this half-term is thankfulness.


Please talk to the children about what thankfulness means to you in your family and perhaps ask them to share what we have talked about in our class worship sessions and during assembly with you.  You might like to spend some time talking with them about what they are thankful for and then saying a simple prayer together thanking God for these things.

All About Me

 Our topic for the start of this half-term is called All About Me; we will be thinking about our families, how we have changed since we were babies, our favourite things and even what we would like to be when we grow up.  If you haven’t already, please can you remember to send in a family photo and baby photo of your child so that we can use them in class to help with our topic. We will be carrying out lots of fun activities throughout in order to engage the children and help them with their learning. 



Snack Money

Snack money is 25p a day and so this half term is £9.50. Please can this be paid directly to class in a clearly labelled envelope. Thank you if you have already paid, if you haven't then please could we have it as soon as possible!


Dinner money is paid using the grouped website. Please can you make sure your child’s account is in credit before booking meals.


PE and Forest Schools

We carry out PE lessons on a Tuesday. Please can the children come to school in joggers and velcro trainers, NO jewellery please! If your child does have stud earrings then please can you cover them before they come to school. Thank you!

Forest schools also takes place on a Tuesday but on a fortnightly basis. The children can come to school in their joggers etc but can they please also come dressed in their wet weather gear and wellies. They will need to bring in a change of clothes including socks and shoes so that they can change after the session. If you could also include a carrier bag for any wet/muddy clothes and wellies that would be great.


Helping at Home

Please can you help your child to learn to do the following:


  • put their coat on and do it up
  • flush the toilet and wash their hands when they go to the toilet
  • dress and undress themselves e.g. jumper on and off, socks and shoes
  • recognise and correctly write their names
  • read their reading books and play word games with the words of the week
  • recognise, write and order numbers to 10 and then 20.


Have you seen the Kids' Zone? Play games, and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites!

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