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Penarlag C.P. School

Penarlag C.P. School

Working together, learning for life and striving for excellence. Gweithio gyda’n gilydd, dysgu gydol oes ac ymdrechu am ragoriaeth.

Year 2

Week beginning 6th May

This week we invited very important visitors to school. Members of the RNLI came to talk to the children about how to stay safe near water. We all learned lots about the job of the RNLI and how they volunteer to help others. 
They let the children try on safety jackets and a helmet. We were also taught the starfish pose for if we were ever struggling in the water. The children all listened very carefully and answered questions. The RNLI complimented the class and their super behaviour. Da iawn pawb. 
 

We hope you have a lovely weekend in the sunshine. 
Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 29th April 

Another busy week in Blwyddyn 2! For our topic this week the children have been completing challenges in the water area. They had to make a boat out of foil and find out how many pennies it would hold before sinking. The children then had to make a new boat, adapting their original design to see if it could hold more coins than before. For our science investigation the children had to find out ‘Do puddles in the sunshine dry up quicker than puddles in the shade?’ The children enjoyed measuring the puddles and they have used lots of scientific vocabulary. 
In our M&N work this week we have moved onto division. We have been sharing items to make groups. They have enjoyed lots of practical tasks to solve the problems. In our digital work we have been learning about branching data bases. The children have discussed animal characteristics then sorted them on Hwb using the ‘Branching Data Base’ program. 
We hope you have a lovely bank holiday,

Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook. 

Week beginning 22nd April

Year 2 have had a very busy week. They have been learning all about oceans in our topic work and finding out where they are on the globe. We had a visit from Welsh Water who talked to the children about the water cycle and where our water comes from. They then became engineers and worked as part of a team to connect the pipes to ensure all buildings had water. It was great fun! It was Earth Week this week and the children made little booklets about how they can care for our planet. These will make a beautiful display in our well being area. 

Have a lovely weekend, 

Mrs Cass and Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 15th April

This week we started our new topic work on the theme of ‘Splash’. In the creative area, we have been learning about wax resist. The children created wonderful wax resist paintings for our ‘pond life’ display by using wax candles and watercolours. One of our challenges this week was to create a water mosaic. This was one of our pupil voice suggestions!  
The children have also been learning about the oceans on our planet. They have learned the names of them and found out which ocean is the biggest. 
In our LLC work, the children have been learning about the life cycle of the frog and have been using information books to find out about the different stages. 
For our Maths work this week, the children have been writing multiplication stories to describe how many items are in each group. 
Da iawn pawb. You have worked very hard. 
Have a lovely weekend. 
Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Year 2 class booklet for Summer term 2024:

This booklet details what children will be learning this term and how parents can support their children's learning at home:

Week beginning 8th April

Welcome back to the summer term. We hope you all had a lovely Easter. 
Our new topic for this term is SPLASH and the children have enjoyed making pictures for our new role play area. 
They have all created their topic front covers ready for next week and the children are looking forward to accessing the new areas. 
In our maths and numeracy work, we have started our multiplication unit. The children have been learning to make groups of the same number and add them. 
Da iawn pawb. 
We have started our new book this week called ‘Over and Under the Pond’. The children have predicted what might be in the pond and have created beautiful illustrations. 
Have a lovely weekend, 

Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 18th March

Congratulations to all our Year 2 children who took part in their very first ‘Show and Tell’. They were all amazing and we were very proud on how well they performed in front of all the grown ups. Thank you for taking the time to attend the event and support your child on their learning journey. We hope you have a lovely Easter break. 
 

Pasg Hapus

Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 11th March 

In our LLC lessons the children have been writing their own traditional story based on the book The True Story of The 3 Little Pigs. The children planned their own story and this week they have finished writing it. We are so proud of all the children and their creative writing. The stories are ‘Gwych’ (Magnificent). 
 

Also this week the children have been investigating what plants need to grow healthy. They have selected different places to grow their seeds to find out where they grow best. We wonder what you’ll find out children? 
 

For our PE session this week the children demonstrated fantastic gymnastics skills on the apparatus. They were very excited to use the ropes and climbing wall and they can’t wait until next week! 
 

We hope you have a great weekend, 

Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 4th March

The children had a fabulous day on World Book Day. All the children looked amazing. A big thank you to you all for creating such incredible costumes. The children enjoyed taking part in the book swap and Blwyddyn 4 read stories to them. 
The children took part in a variety of book activities including making book marks, writing book reviews and solving word searches. They also had a task to design a front cover for their story which they are writing in their LLC lessons called ‘The True Story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears’. To end the day, Miss Cudworth, our Year 6 teacher read a story to the class. 
 

We hope you have a lovely weekend, 

Mrs Cass and Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 26th February 

We have had a very busy week preparing for St David’s Day. 
The children have finished designing and making their Love Spoons ready for our eisteddfod today. The children were amazing at performing their rap…they looked super cool in their shades 😎 and caps. 
Also this week we have been working very hard on our subtractions in maths. They have been learning how to regroup before solving the sum. 
In our LLC work, we have been learning how to use J2write on Hwb to create a description of a setting for our traditional story work. The children have all planned their own traditional tale based on the book “Goldilocks and the three bears”. Da iawn pawb. 
 

We hope you have a lovely weekend, 

Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 19th February 

Welcome back. We hope you had a lovely half term. 
The children were so excited to see that their beans had grown and some have started to grow leaves. 🍃 
We have been learning a Welsh folk dance this week in preparation for our St David’s Day eisteddfod. The children were amazing and learnt the steps very quickly. 
Also this week we have been designing new mosaics and making our own love spoons for the competitions for the eisteddfod. 
Have a lovely weekend, 

Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 5th February 

This week we have been looking for plants growing around school and identifying them. We found lots of daffodils sprouting and beautiful crocuses. The children have also been planting bulbs in our outside area so fingers crossed they will grow soon. Our bean plants have also started to grow roots. We were very excited to see them sprouting. I wonder what they will be like after half term? 
Also this week the children have enjoyed playing with their puppets in the puppet theatre. They were so excited to take them home to show you. 
It is ‘Children’s Mental Health Week’ this week so we listened to a story called The Lion Inside. It’s a gorgeous book about finding your roar. So the children have thought about how they can find their roar by sharing what makes them brave. Da iawn pawb. 
We hope you have a lovely half term, 

Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Home learning for 8th February 2024:

Week beginning 29th January 

The children have started learning all about plants in our Science and Technology lessons. We’ve looked at seeds and bulbs using magnifying glasses 🔍. It’s amazing to think that a plant can grow from one of these. The children have planted a bean in a bag which has been taped to our window. We are going to keep a close eye on them to see if anything changes. 
In topic, we have been applying our writing skills to create instructions for making a puppet. Lots of children are becoming independent writers. We are so very proud! Da iawn pawb. 
Have a lovely weekend, 

Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 22nd January 

This week the children have really enjoyed making puppets. During our pupil voice sessions the children suggested we made puppets linked to our traditional stories. The children have worked very hard on their sewing skills and have shown lots of patience too. 
Also this week, the children have enjoyed box modelling and painting pictures of Ewloe castle. They have been creating algorithms to direct Bee-Bot to different castles in North Wales. 
Da iawn pawb. 
Enjoy the weekend,

Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 15th January 

This week the children have been working very hard on their addition skills. They have been learning how to regroup their numbers using vertical addition. They’ve been playing a game called Race to 40 and using these skills to help them with their regrouping. 
Also this week the children have been using Google Earth to locate castles in Wales. They have found Ewloe castle, Conwy castle and Flint castle. The children then plotted them onto a map of Wales. 
Have a lovely weekend, 

Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook. 

Class booklet for Spring Term 2024:

Week beginning 8th January 

Blwyddyn Newydd Dda pawb! 
We hope you all had a fabulous Christmas. The children have had a lovely first week back sharing their Christmas news and making New Year resolutions. The children have started making a Perllan which is a Welsh good luck charm for the new year. Da iawn pawb, they are fabulous!
Our new topic for this term is Traditional Tales. The children have enjoyed using the new role play area which is linked to the story Jack and the Beanstalk. We have completed pupil voice activities with Year 3 to develop ideas and interests for the topic. 
We have also been detectives during our LLC work to identify features of instructional writing. 
Have a lovely weekend, 

Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 18th December 

We have had a fabulous week of Christmas fun! All the children had a great time at our Christmas party. We played musical statues, pass the parcel and even managed a Christmas ‘Just Dance!’

The children enjoyed tucking into their Christmas breakfast before a visit from Santa 🎅.
Mrs Ashbrook and I wish you all a Nadolig Llawen ac Blwyddyn Newydd Dda. 🎉  

Week beginning 11th December 

We have had a busy week preparing for our Christmas Stalls.

The children have enjoyed making Christmas biscuits, reindeer food and tree decorations.

Da iawn pawb, you’ve all done a great job 🎄🦌🍪

Week beginning 27th November 

This week we have started learning about instructions. The children have loved playing in Thomas Farynors bakery so we decided to make 17th century biscuits! The children were listening to the steps very carefully and even washed the dishes. Da iawn pawb. 
One of our outdoor challenges this week was to construct a light proof shelter. The children worked well as a team and created a superb shelter by using a range of resources. 
During our PE sessions we have been making up dances in response to our topic ‘The Great Fire of London’. They have been focusing on travelling through cobbled, narrow streets and pretending to make bread before turning their fingers into flickering flames. 
Have a lovely weekend. 
Mrs Cass and Mrs Ashbrook 
 

Week beginning 20th November 

This week in our maths and numeracy work we have started our addition work. We have used the method of counting on and using place value charts with our tens and ones equipment. 
We have also been ordering numbers outdoors and finishing number sequences. 
Blwyddyn 2 went for a lovely walk to ‘Notice’ changes in our outdoors. We noticed it was a lot colder and the trees were really bare. We found lots of crunchy leaves on the grass. During our walk the children took a photograph with their iPad and then worked collaboratively with their learning partner to add a label to their picture. Da iawn pawb. You did a great job 👏. 

Week beginning 13th November 

This week the children have enjoyed using the new role play areas that link with our topic

‘The Great Fire of London 🔥’. In topic we have been applying our numeracy skills to solve problems about The Great Fire of London. They have been challenging themselves to complete number sequences and create their own. In expressive arts the children have started to create 3D model houses to represent London in 1666. 
During our LLC lessons this week we have been reading a book called Molly McDrew and The Great Fire of London. We are using this text to help us prepare for diary writing, just like Samuel Pepys! 
It was anti bullying week this week and the children thought about who they could talk to if they ever felt worried or upset. Da iawn pawb, lots of lovely supportive discussions during this task. 
 

Week beginning 6th November 

We have had a lovely first week back after half term. The children have been super busy making props and pictures for our new role play areas. We have created a house for Samuel Pepys and the bakery in Pudding Lane. This is all ready for our new topic ‘The Great Fire of London’. 
The children have been writing poems about Hydref (Autumn) and shape poems about bonfire night. 
We have also been developing our digital skills by completing tasks on Purple Mash about bonfire night and autumn. They have been learning how to add pictures and write sentences. 
In our mathematical work we have been learning to order and sequence numbers. 
Today the children have had a Remembrance assembly and then completed a range of poppy tasks in class. 
We have not sent spellings home this week as the children will be busy completing assessments for the next couple of weeks. 
Diolch

Have a lovely weekend 

Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 23rd October

 

Another busy week in Blwyddyn 2. 
In our mathematics and numeracy lessons the children have been learning about place value, ordering numbers and number sequences. We have been learning to use place value charts to sort tens and ones correctly. The children have also been making groups of ten then counting on to find the number. 
 

In our science and technology work the children have been investigating which material will block out the most light to help the rescued bat 🦇 feel happy. They made predictions and planned their investigation carefully before testing the materials. We found out that the black card was the best material because it was opaque and blocked the most light. 
 

In our language, literacy and communication work the children have been applying their report writing skills to write their own reports about a nocturnal animal. Their reports are amazing, da iawn pawb. Along side this the children created sentences in Welsh to describe their chosen nocturnal animal. Bendigedig! 
 

We hope you have a lovely half term. 
Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 
 

Week beginning 9th October 

The children have been working very hard on collecting and sorting data. We voted for our favourite Julia Donaldson book then created a picture graph. We found out that the most popular book is Zog. 
The children have also been applying their ICT skills with Bee-Bot. They have been creating algorithms to direct Bee-Bot around the grid to visit all the characters in the story ‘Room on the Broom’. Da iawn pawb! 
Have a lovely weekend. 
Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 2nd October

We had an amazing ‘Owl visit’ this week. All the children learned lots of facts about barn owls and they all managed to have a hold and stroke the owl. The children loved it! Following on from this the children have been using non-fiction books to research barn owls in preparation for their report writing next week. 
We also took part in a science live lesson where the children could see pictures of space, galaxies and stars taken from a telescope. 
Have a lovely weekend, 

Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 25th September 

This week the children have been learning all about picture graphs. They have been sorting and organising data to find more than and fewer than. 
For our science work the children have been trying to identify objects in a dark box and have found out that objects which reflect light are easier for us to see. 
In our outdoor area the children decided to challenge themselves and build a lighthouse. 
Da iawn pawb, you did a great job. 
Have a lovely week, 

Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 18th September

This week has been coding week. The children have logged onto purple mash and completed their coding activities. They had six challenges to complete. Da iawn pawb you did a great job! 
Our class text is The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark. The children have been completing lots of activities to help them recall the story. Some children went onto our outdoor stage and

performed the story using props. They were amazing! 
During our topic afternoon, the children have been studying the artist Vincent Van Gogh. They have enjoyed looking at his famous piece ‘Starry night’ which complements our topic of ‘Light and Dark’. The children have used oil pastels to create their own artwork which is on display in our creative area. 
We hope you have a lovely weekend. 
Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 

Class booklet for the Autumn Term 2023:

 

This booklet contains information about what your child/ren will be learning and how you can help at home.

Week beginning 11th September 

Another busy week in Year 2. The children are enjoying our new science topic Light and Dark. They have been on the hunt around school identifying different sources of light. We didn’t realise there were so many! 
In our Expressive Arts session this week the children have been creating a dance linked to the book ‘Room on the Broom’. They were brilliant! 
They have been finding out about Julia Donaldson and creating fact files about her. She has so many amazing books so we’ve decided that each morning the children can vote for the book they’d like me to read. 📚 
We have been learning all about mass in our maths lessons and the children have loved using the pan balances to find out which item is the heaviest and which is the lightest. 
One of our role play areas is a bakery. The children have loved dressing up and serving cakes to each other. Unfortunately the cakes aren’t real so we just have to pretend 🧁😁. 
Have a lovely weekend. 
Mrs Cass and Mrs Ashbrook 

Week beginning 4th September 

Welcome back. We hope you have had a lovely summer. 
All the Year 2 children have had a great first week back, but it’s been a hot one! 
They have been really busy completing many tasks and have enjoyed exploring all of the new areas in the classrooms. 
This week we have talked about our five ways to well being and how important it is to look after ourselves. We have been learning about ‘The Rights of the Child’ as well as how to keep safe online. We have also been talking about our personal qualities and what makes us special and unique. 💕
On Friday the children took part in a sweep stake in preparation for the rugby World Cup that’s starting this weekend. They were all very excited to pick a country but we all must remember to support Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 too 😀. Pob lwc Cymru! 
We hope you have a lovely weekend and we look forward to seeing you on Monday. Don’t forget that Monday is our P.E day so the children can come to school in their PE kits.

Diolch 

Mrs Cass & Mrs Ashbrook 
 

Monday 10th July 
Well…what can I say…the children were exceptional in their class assembly on Friday. 
I am so very proud of each and everyone of them, especially as this was their very first assembly.

Da iawn pawb! You were brilliant! As a treat, we all came back to class and had an ice lolly whilst watching a movie.
Also this week, the children have been introduced to a new maths programme called Numbots. They have loved playing this and it can be used at home over the summer holidays.
I hope you all have a lovely weekend. 
See you on Monday for our last week in Year 2.
Mrs Cass  
 

Monday 3rd July
The children have worked extremely hard on their assembly this week. We can’t wait to show all the parents next Friday. Thank you for all the gorgeous photographs that you have sent in. I have used them for our assembly. 
This week in maths we have focussed on multiplication and division. The children are enjoying the practical tasks of making groups and sharing items. We have found lots of on line games for the children to use which they have enjoyed. 
I hope you all have a great weekend. 
Mrs Cass

Monday 26th June

This week the children enjoyed their trip to Wepre Park. They all had a wonderful time and the highlight was pond dipping with Ranger Mike.  
We have also started rehearsing for our Year 2 assembly. Your child will have been given lines to learn. Please can you help them with these, diolch. This week we have also been thinking about how we use kind hands and learning about personal space. The children enjoyed sharing their ideas within our circle time and discussed what is right and wrong. 
Have a lovely weekend,

Mrs Cass 

Monday 19th June
Our favourite part of the week was our trip to take part in the Jambori. The children had an amazing time! They used lots of Welsh and joined in with all of the Welsh songs. Da iawn pawb. The children also enjoyed their sports day this week and participating in the race for life. Thank you for all the donations. We also released our butterflies 🦋 into the garden area. 
Don’t forget we have our trip to Wepre Park next Wednesday. 
Have a lovely weekend. 
Mrs Cass 

Monday 12th June

This week the children have been very busy creating art work in the style of ‘Pop Art’. Their work has been inspired by Andy Warhol. The children used styrofoam and used a printing technique to produce repeating patterns using bright colours. Da iawn pawb. The artwork looks amazing. 
We have also been thinking about positional language using Welsh. The children have been describing where Traction Man is, within our classroom. 
It has been a very hot week in school, but we have managed to practice for sports day and learn lots of songs for our jambori next week which we are all looking forward to. 
Have a lovely weekend, 

Mrs Cass
 

Monday 22nd May

This week in LLC the children have all written their instructions. They have done a great job and included all the features of what makes a good one. We call this a WAGOLL. 
The children have also produced an animation using purple mash. The animation shows the children transforming into a super hero. Da iawn pawb! 
Our outdoor area is looking gorgeous, the children have planted the donated plants from Asda and the tyres are all painted. Our signs are up and the children are now designing their small world tyres ready for after half term. 
The children really enjoyed the disco…I did too especially because we managed to have it outside in the sunshine ☀️. 
 

Have a lovely half term break. 
See you all on Tuesday 6th June. 
Mrs Cass

Monday 15th May

This week the children instructed me to make a sandwich. They thought carefully about the instruction and used bossy verbs and time connectives. Diolch children, the sandwich was very tasty. Next week the children will be writing their own instructions using our WAGOLL (what a good one looks like). 
We have worked on our mental subtraction this week and used the part whole method to think about number bonds. The children have also enjoyed exploring our numicon city and cuisenaire rods. Next week we will be working on multiplication. 
Some plants have kindly been donated by Asda for our outdoor classroom. We’re so excited to plant them next week. 
Have a lovely weekend

Mrs Cass

Tuesday 8th May

The children have started their Welsh poetry writing about rubbish. Da iawn pawb they are amazing! They have also been following instructions. Some of the children made masks and some children have been following instructions on how to make a daisy chain. 
In mathematics the children have been learning how to use a range of strategies to add numbers mentally and next week we will move onto subtraction. 
The children are really enjoying our topic work and have been using force meters to weigh items. They have also created themselves as a superhero and discussed their super talents. 
Have a wonderful weekend

See you next week. 
Mrs Cass

Tuesday 2nd May

We’ve had another busy week in school.
The children have been writing poems using rhyme and alliteration. They modelled their writing on the poem ‘Rubbish, rubbish everywhere’. Next week the children will have a go at writing Welsh poems. 
Our topic started this week and the children have enjoyed visiting the different areas to complete a range of tasks based on superheroes. They have learned about Grace Darling and thought about a super hero in their own life. 
We have also started a science investigation to find out which ball is the bounciest. They have made predictions and recorded their findings in a table. 
On Friday the children took part in a tutorial on how to draw King Charles 111. They made crowns and thought about what they would do if they were a king or a queen for the day. 
Have a lovely long weekend and I will see you on Tuesday. 
Mrs Cass
 

Monday 24th April
Year 2 have been very busy this week with poetry writing. They’ve used alliteration and rhyme to create a poem about ‘Litter’. They have also been working on their producing skills in ICT to create digital work. 
The children have created some gorgeous outdoor art for this weeks outdoor learning week. 
Da iawn pawb!

Enjoy your bank holiday weekend,

Mrs Cass

Class booklet for Year 2 summer term 2023:

Monday 17th April

We hope you all had a lovely Easter break.

Our new topic is Tomorrow’s World and our focus in KS1 is about looking after our planet and superheroes. 
We have been very busy with our pupil voice activities. We have worked with a friend to talk about what we already know and what we’d like to know. We then use the children’s ideas to enhance our planning on the topic. 
The children are looking forward to starting their activities next week. 
If anybody has any spare superhero costumes that they wouldn’t mind donating, that would be very much appreciated. Diolch. 

Have a lovely weekend

Mrs Cass 

Monday 27th March

Another busy week in Year 2! 
The children have written their stories based on the book ‘The Great Big Enormous Turnip’. They have all done a fantastic job and have worked very hard on them. They have also created a new front cover for their story. 
For our digit work this week the children have logged onto their Hwb accounts and have used J2write to produce text and images for their stories. 
The children have also made Easter cards and pop up books all about the Easter story. 
Our junior Criw members led a Welsh lunchtime club for some of our Year 2 children this week. They made fortune tellers to help them learn colours and numbers. Da iawn pawb! 
We hope you all have a lovely Easter. Thank you for your continued support. 
Pasg Hapus 🐣

Mrs Cass & Mrs Asbrook 

Week beginning 20th March

 

After our Celtic workshop on Monday, the children created recounts. They spent some time with their learning partners, sharing their favourite Celtic experiences. The children then worked independently to write their own recount. They did an amazing job! We even had a go at editing our work to improve and extend our sentences. We've called this 'Yellow boxed work'. 

 

During our mathematics this week, we have continued to work on our subtraction skills by regrouping. Lots of practical activities have taken place in and outside of the classroom. They have enjoyed playing a game called 'Race to 0'. They might like to play this at home with you.  

 

Our book focus has been based on the story 'The Great Big Enormous Turnip' and the children have planted some vegetable seeds. They will be bringing them home to look after and hopefully grow as big and enormous as the turnip in the story...good luck!!

 

Monday 20th March 

Today the children had a fantastic time in our Celtic Workshop. They all dressed up as Celts, looked at the Celtic artefacts and had their faces painted with blue paint to make them look like fearsome warriors! 

Celtic Workshop

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We have had a very busy week this week in Blwyddyn dau.

The children enjoyed dressing up for World Book Day on Monday as well as raising money today for Comic Relief. 

During our Language, Literacy and Communication lessons this week we have been focussing on the story 'The Enormous Turnip'. The children have planned their own version of the story and they can't wait to start writing them next week. We have also planted vegetable seeds in our outdoor area and the children will be bringing them home shortly. Fingers crossed they grow really big like the turnip in the story!! 

In our mathematics lessons we have being working really hard on our subtractions by using the regrouping method. Well done children, you've done a great job!

We are all looking forward to our Celtic workshop on Monday. 

Have a lovely weekend

Mrs Cass

 

Online learning for 10th March 2023:

Online learning tasks for 9th March 2023:

September 2022

A guide to the new Curriculum for Wales:

Year 2 Class Booklet for Spring Term 2023:

Year 2 class booklet for Autumn term 2022:

Details regarding an after school football club for pupils in Years 1 to 6:

How to use Purple Mash website:

Penarlag 50

Please see documents below that explain about the 50 challenges. Can you complete any at home?

Miss McGill

The Five Ways to Well Being

Please see documents below that explain about the Five Ways to Well Being.

 

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