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EYPDG has been used to support targeted  FSM pupils with an aim to raise standards of achievement for those pupils in EY Setting.

PDG has been used to support targeted FSM pupils in literacy and numeracy with an aim of raising standards.


Home/School learning links:








Please find the below links for Welsh online resources to use with your children at home:


Nursery Rhymes

Please find below links to a variety of Nursery Rhymes which are used in Class:

Im a Little Teapot          Row, Row, Row Your Boat           The Wheels on the Bus             Polly Put The Kettle On

Ten Fat Sausages         Wind the Bobbin Up                     The Farmer’s in His Dell            Peter Hammers

Old McDonald                We Can Play                                The Alley, Alley O                      Pat a Cake, Pat a Cake, Baker’s Man

Miss Polly                       It’s Raining, It’s Pouring               Incy Wincy Spider                      One, Two, Three, Four, Five

I Hear Thunder               Five Little Ducks                           Currant Buns                             Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush

Ba Ba, Black Sheep       Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star          The Grand Old Duke of York



Below are links to maths activities which can be accessed via the internet. These are activities that you can do at home with your child relating to ordering and sequencing of numbers. They are fun, interactive activities which enable children to consolidate and practise their understanding of the concept of number. They are concerned with ordering/sequencing of numbers from ordering numbers to 5 up to numbers to 100. You would need to see which ones are appropriate for your individual child. These will be introduced to the children in class over the next few days/weeks.



Should you wish to support your child in their learning at home it would be beneficial to work on the following.

Children in class 1 are being encouraged to form their letters correctly. Should you wish to support your child in this please find links to sheets below which demonstrate the letter formation that we promote in school.

Also, there are a lists of the most commonly used words. Learning to spell these words would improve their independent writing. There is the first 100 words and also the next 200 most frequently used words.

Letter formation

200 frequency words

100 frequency words



Please find below some useful maths websites to challenge pupils: