Year 6 have had their first taster of going to Coedcae. They had a french lesson which included trying some food. Year 6 definitely enjoyed the bread but not the cheese. They have also done speed posters and have researched lives of poor and rich victorians. Da Iawn Year 6
Year 6 have had a blast with bike safety tips in groups by learning how to be safe on the road. They have also enjoyed researching Queen Victoria and have even created timelines about her life. They have even given their own go on drawing Queen Victoria in portrait form. Looking Good Year 6!
Year 6 have had a very busy first full week. This included using the pe apparatus to act a story. We also got several pupils to sit in the hot seat and answer questions. Year 6 even had a lesson on victorians on how they used to wash clothes without the use of a washing machine. Phew, busy week indeed .
Year 6 planting trees to commemorate their time in Maes Y Morfa School
Year 6 celebrating the King’s Coronation
Wow! It’s been a really busy and scientific week for year 6. They have created boats that float and used paper to old up dictionaries. The most bizarre task they have done is use pasta to hold sugar! Da iawn Year 6
Year 6 lesson changing the world!!!
Year 6 went back in time cracking codes in Maths figuring out the secret to deciphering codes.
Year 6 had a lovely time working on a poem workshop and even had a tour of Llanelli library. We hope to be back again soon.
The choir went to Asda. Well done you were fantastic.
Year 6 had a fab time at Coedcae school for an art lesson!
Year c Cymru Am Byth
Year 6 have had a brilliant time dressing up and learning about what children in need actually is about! Today they have researched and practiced presentations in front of the class!
Year 6 working on their presentation skills.
Year 6 had a wonderful time at the halloween disco last night with other classes! Some of the costumes were very spooky!
Enjoying PE in Coedcae and creating animals masks
Year 6 were very lucky to have a once in a lifetime experience by getting up close and personal to animals from all over the world. Animals which included a monitor lizard, an armadillo, a marsh Mongoose and many more! Year 6 had a blast!
Maes Y Morfa were very lucky to have Carmarthenshire County Council’s Road Safety team to deliver National standards level 1&2 cycle training to the Year 6 pupils.
An exceptional day for football as eight pupils were picked from year 6 to play at the Swansea City Community tournament held at Penrhos. We are very proud at what Maes Y Morfa football team achieved as they did not lose a game in their group stage which got them to finish second in their group. We reached the next round and got knocked out of the quarter finals by a single goal. However after the tournament finished we found out that our team conceded the least goals in the entire tournament Da Iawn Maes Y Morfa. We are so proud of you all
Football team year 6 images
Year 6 getting stuck in with games
Year 6 meet Mr Gravell's Budgie.
Year 6 at Coedcae.
An award winning week for Year 6 from Value achievers to rugby winners!!
A busy week back for Year 6
Year 6 this week have been practising Road Safety on their bikes. We have also found out facts about the moon and created moon pictures.
A busy start to 2022 for Year 6
What have year 6 been up to?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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