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Croeso i Fflwyddyn 6!

Welcome to Year 6!

This year, our classes are:

Dosbarth Glas - Mr Horton

Dosbarth Coch - Mr Guinee


The classes will be supported by Mrs McDonald.

Year 6 PPA teachers will be Miss Perryman and Mrs McFarlane.


Physical Education / Addysg Grofforol

Both classes will have their P.E. lesson on a Monday.  Children must come to school on a Monday wearing their P.E. Kit.


Please wear the following items to school on a Monday:

  • T-Shirt / Crys-T
  • Shorts / Siorts
  • Tracksuit / Traciau
  • Trainers  / Esgidiau chwaraeon


Please ensure all P.E. kit is labelled clearly.


This half term in PE we will be covering the following topics: 

Mr Guinee - Dosbarth Coch - Tennis

Mr Horton - Dosbarth Glas - Cricket

Our Y6 Classes

Dosbarth Coch - Mr Guinee
Dosbarth Glas - Mr Horton

Welcome back! 7th September 2020
It is great to have so many pupils back this week. It has been a refreshing dose of normality to be back in school teaching and learning. We hope you are all well. We are really looking forward to teaching your children this year. If any problems arise or you wish to discuss anything please don't hesitate to let us know by calling the main office and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

PE days are Monday. Please send your child to school wearing PE kit as we do not currently have the capacity to allow children to change. It doesn't matter if they are not in school uniform on the day they have PE. Please allow your children to come to school in a tracksuit. If the weather is inclement we will still try to get them outdoors for PE.

We have sent home letters with your child's ICT login details. It is important that they can access the Rowling - Google Classroom by logging in with their Hwb details. Please help your child to do this this weekend. Every child that has signed up will receive 10 dojo points. We will be setting homework tasks and class tasks via this platform so it is really important that they can access it.

We've spent two days with the children and we have had a really good start together. It is a pleasure to be able to teach your children and we look forward to the year ahead.

We will update you via this platform with anything that arises throughout the year. Until next time,

Mr Guinee & Mr Horton

Accessing Google Classroom from Home

To access Google classroom pupils can download a FREE app via the App store on an ipad or iphone and via the Google Play Store on Android devices. Pupils then need to sign in using the username and password

provided to them by the class teacher. 


To access google classroom on a laptop or PC pupils need to go to and sign in with their HWB details.


Forgotten your HWB details?  No problem, notify your class teacher and they can help you out.

Our Non-chronological Reports


The Malta Beach Dragon

The Malta Beach Dragon is a rare form of dragon that can only be seen in extremely hot weather.

    Malta beach dragons are hard to identify as they camouflage in sand and are really hard to see. They are the size of a horse and have thick scales that feel like dry sand. Adult beach dragons are a yellowish color that helps them hide in sand. However juveniles are dark orange that helps them hide in mud from predators like seagulls and seals.

     Beach dragons are found across the city of Malta especially in beaches and caves by the sea where they feel warmest. They nest in caves and because they only fly when sea is near the shore they are rarely seen.

       While most dragons are known for hoarding treasure Beach dragons are only interested in collecting shells  some have even collected millions of shells. These big and shy dragons are carnivores but they are no danger to humans; they only eat small animals like fish and crabs. They can not be held as household pets as they need a lot of room to sleep and fly and they only eat raw food. 

      Dragonologists are worried as people are killing them and selling parts of their body for money to save these beautiful dragons, dragon lovers must fight. It would be disastrous if another dragon became extinct.  


By Morgan


The Lunar Moon Dragon 

The lunar moon dragon is a very unique dragon which can only be seen in mornings, sunset and nights.

    These lunar moon dragons are really hard to identify because it can camouflage itself. They are the size of a lion and have shiny and beautiful patterns all over it. Adult lunar moons are a yellowish orange colour which helps them to blend in with most things for example the sunset. However, juveniles have a white tinge. 

     The lunar moon dragons are found in Cardiff especially in Llanrumney. They love to play in fields where they feel free and safe. They like to nest in trees with orange leaves and because they fly at midnight when they think it's safe they are rarely seen.

   Whilst dragons are known for playing in flowery fields Lunar moons are not interested in flowers because they are allergic to them so they tend to stay away from flowers. They are only interested in playing with their fire breath and four lunar Moon dragons have competed to win a fire breathing contest and have become WORLD CHAMPION!! These big and beastly creatures are carnivores. They love to eat meat. Lunar Moon dragons are very vicious and they are definitely a danger to humans. If a human was to keep one as a pet I will pray for you.  

    Dragonologists are worried because these dragons have killed 5 people by accident. Lunar Moon dragons are in danger because people are trying to kill them for killing their loved ones. Lunar Moons have been mistaken for another species and therefore are spotted. To protect humans and dragons. Dragon lovers must stop hunting them and they should really leave them be and they must keep indoors when winter comes because Lunar Moon dragons get very irritated because sometimes they swallow cold snowflakes and that prevents them from breathing fire. It would be disastrous if another species of dragons became extinct. 


 By Chelsey 


The Venom Dragon

The Venom Dragon is a really rare form of dragon that can only be seen at 3:00 AM.

      Venom Dragons are hard to identify because they are the biggest dragon in the void. They are the size of a blue whale  and adult Venom Dragons have a blackish tinge and they hide in caves.They are also a purple colour.

       Venom Dragons Are normally found in New York city 

especially in parks and crystal caves that is where dragons probably feel safest!! Venom Dragons nest in bushes,caves and parks their eggs are the size of a mansion and you don't often see them. 

        Whilst dragons are interested in gold diamond and silva but  Venom dragons are not interested they are only interested in playing Fortnite and Roblox indeed some have become champions.They behave really badly when it comes to humans,insects,animals and more .

        Dragonologists are really worried about the Venom dragons poisoning humans in New York. The humans are in danger from this mysterious creature.The problem is that  our venom and it could poison humans. They are a danger because if u go near one u would get hurt dragon lovers can help by staying away form this creature. 


By Payton


The Bubble Dragon

The bubble dragon is a rare form of dragon that can only be seen during daylight.

     Bubble dragons are easily identified as  they are the size of a chair. Bubble dragons are a light grey and have blue and white spots all over.

     Bubble dragons live across the city of New York especially in parks and shops where they feel safest

     whilst most dragons are known for hoarding treasure Bubble dragons have no interested in gold silver or precious stones in fact they are only interested in catching bubbles and five Bubble dragons have won an award for blowing the biggest Bubble in the world.

     Dragonologists have been concerned for many years as bubble dragons do not eat they only drink. Dragon lovers should leave soapy water out in snowy weather. It would be disastrous if another species of dragon became extinct. 




Mathemateg - Place Value Autumn Term

PE Autumn Half Term (1)

HiiT with Mr Guinee
HiiT with Mr Guinee
HiiT with Mr Guinee
HiiT with Mr Guinee

New Beginnings Project - Working Hard in Class