Welcome to 6H
Welcome to our class which is taught by myself, (Mrs Hayter) and Mrs Robinson. We also have carousel activities in the afternoon which are led by Mr Still and Miss Davies.
PE - Every Friday
Outdoor Learning - Every 2 weeks
Summer Term 2019
This half term our topic is 'Poles Apart.' The children will be exploring a variety of opposites such as:
We will be working very closely with Brynteg as part of a cluster project with other primary schools called 'Poles Apart' which will involve a range of activities focusing on Antarctica. This project will involve teachers from Brynteg coming into our school to teach Maths and Science as well as myself and other teachers from Brackla teaching our own classes in Brynteg's Science labs.
There will also be a variety of transition events within school time with both Brynteg and Archbishop preparing children for their exciting new step into secondary school.
The children are beginning to rehearse for their end of year show which promises to be an entertaining event on 17th July.
This term's Swyddogs are:
Nayem Hassan, Hayden Cutter, Dash Ali, Ellis Dang, Beau Curtis, Grace Hayter, Alex Ware, Lara Thomas, Summer Mercer and Kacey- May Perham.
This term's swyddogs are: Matthew Webber, Anya Adams, Georgia Williams, Lucas Dix, Isobella Howell, Dylan Ocampo, Daniel May, Thomas Lorimer, Joshua Wilshire, Summer Lloyd and Lowenn Shewell.
This term our topic is 'War of the Worlds'. The children will be learning about both WW1 and WW2 and how Wales in part was affected during these times.
Within this children will have the opportunity to plan and carry out a variety of interests including creating their own periscopes, bouncing bombs and blackout materials.
To engage them further we will be reading a range of texts with links to the wars including picture books (Rose Blanche), novels (The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas) and short stories (Ali Pasha).
With pupil voice very much at the forefront of our learning, the children themselves will have a vital role to play in deciding which areas they would like to explore in depth and what form this teaching and learning might take.