At last it’s here!!
Eid Mubarak to all our Muslim parents, children and friends ⭐️ ✨ 🌙 💛
To all our Muslim parents, pupils and staff: wishing you a happy and peaceful Ramadan. 🕌 🌙😌
👩🏻🏫 Ms Ratcliffe is now supporting EAL pupils in Y4. If you wish to contact her with any queries regarding your EAL child please contact Ms Ratcliffe on
It’s World Book Day 2021!! 📚
Three things you can do with your child for world book day. 😀
1) Read and enjoy a book with them.
2) Join your local library.😀
Swansea Library Membership
Press this link to joinSwansea Library. You can use your membership to use all libraries in Swansea including your local Brynhyfred Library.
3) Read books to or with your children in your home language.
There is a selection of bilingual books in our school library or you can borrow a wider selection of bilingual books from Swansea Library.
How well do you know the country you live in?
Take the ‘Wales Quiz’ to find out. 🏴
Happy New Year of the Ox to all our Chinese pupils and parents ⛩🧧🏮😌
From this week I will be posting resources to support Y5/Y6 EAL children in their literacy work, on the pupils’ EAL page. Resources are provided for beginners to confident learners.
If you have any questions about how to support your child during this period or are looking for practice of basic skills, please do email me at email@example.com
Literacy resources to support Y5/6 EAL pupils in main stream literacy. ✍️ 📖
Thursday 21st January Lesson
Beginners - Using the senses to describe
Early learners- Using the senses to describe
Developing confidence- Using the senses to describe
Confident learners- Using the senses to describe
Tuesday 19th January Lesson
Beginners - Adjectives and nouns
Early learners - adjectives and nouns
Developing confidence- adjectives and nouns
Confident learners - adjectives and nouns
Thursday 14th January lesson
Early learners- punctuation
Developing confidence/confident learners- punctuation
Happy New Year from Ms Ratcliffe ☺️
Your EAL teacher at Waun Wen Primary 🌟💫
When in doubt - get your children to read online! 📚😌
Try this. 📚
Oxford Owls 🦉
Oxford Owl free eBook library. Has free e-books for ages 3 – 11 years old. Many (if not all) of the books have audio to accompany the reading. There are also notes and/or activities (some of which are interactive) that parents can use to help children with understanding for most books.