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Nursery (Meithrin) Miss James

Home Learning


Below is a document with a range of activities for the pupils in the Meithrin to complete at home. Please check back regularly for updates and further activities.


Miss James 

Home Learning

Updated Home Learning -May 11th 2020 - Activities can be completed in Welsh, English or both.


Science activities to watch and engage with at home

RWINC Daily activities on You tube

A handy activity booklet with extra ideas for home learning

EAL Learners Websites


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Always follow our SMART Rules

Welcome to Meithrin Class!


Welcome to the Nursery class page.  

Working in our class this term we have Miss James, Mrs Evans, Mrs Williams, Mrs Thomas, Mrs Baker and Mrs Berry


Monday is our P.E. day, please can you ensure that your child wears appropriate clothing (Trainers, joggers and a T-shirt).


Our themes during this academic year are:

  • Why do leaves go crispy?                                          (Autumn Term 1)
  • Is it Shiny?                                                                   (Autumn Term 2)
  • Can I have a dog?                                                       (Spring Term 1)
  • Why do you love me so much?                                 (Spring Term 2)
  • Why can't I have chocolate for breakfast?               (Summer Term 1)
  • How many pebbles on the beach?                            (Summer Term 2)


We take part in lots of different activities and here are some photos of us in the activities:

Academic Year 2019-2020... so far...

Outdoor Activities


We spend a lot of time outside, taking part in different outdoor activities. For your child to be able to take part in these activities, please help your child to be safe in the sun, by:


  • Putting suncream on before school when necessary
  • Providing a sun hat to protect your child’s head when appropriate
  • Wearing sensible clothes to keep you cool and protected or warm and protected as appropriate
  • Ensuring your child has a coat to wear for outdoor activities
  • Wearing sensible footwear to keep your feet cool and protected (not flip-flops, otherwise your child will not be able to use the adventure playground).

These ideas can help to keep your child safe in the sun.