Tredegarville C.i.W. Primary School

Caring, sharing, learning together

Dosbarth Hadau

Shwmae and Welcome to Dosbarth Hadau!

A big welcome to all our new families in joining our Tredegarville family.

This year the Nursery and Reception aged children will be sharing their classrooms and outdoor space. We will be called Dosbarth Hadau which means Seedlings Class. 


Dosbarth Hadau Bach (Nursery) timings 9am - 11.30am


Dosbarth Hadua Mawr (Reception) timings

Children start at 8.55

Lunch is 11.30 - 12.15

School finishes at 3.00


What does your child need for school

  • A bag with change of clothes - pants, socks, trousers, top - we can sometimes get muddy even when wearing waterproofs
  • If your child is in nappies, please put in a couple of spares
  • Snack is £1 a week and milk is offered everyday
  • All children who attend Mawr classroom will be staying for lunch

Meet our team



Teacher: Miss Nicholls, Mrs Wood 

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Williams, Mrs Ibanez, Mrs Jabin



Teacher: Miss Bawden 

Teaching Assistants: Miss Scott, Miss Ley, Miss Woodcock, Mrs Ganga, Mrs Halala

Summer Term 1


This half term we will be learning about Creepy Crawly Things

We will be learning about... and non-living things..

...features of different living things such as legs and wings...

..the lifecycle of some animals and plants...

...what living things needs to survive and grow...

..safely handling and caring for living things...


Play is a vital part of Dosbarth Hadau smiley

It helps to improve language, social skills, physical development, creativity and problem solving abilities.

We will have opportunities in the classroom to develop our fine and gross motor skills, problem solving and reasoning, pattern, shape, imagination and language.

We will have opportunities to sing and learn a variety of songs and rhymes to develop imagination, listening and communication skills, social cues, reading, writing and confidence.


Playing at home

Children love to watch and learn from their parent/ guardian/ older sibling so letting them join in with some daily activities like cleaning and cooking can be hugely beneficial to their development.

Please find a link here from the NHS explaining the importance of play for young children:

How to help at home:


It would be wonderful if you could read a bedtime story to or with your child every night. Listening to stories read aloud by an adult helps to develop vocabulary for speaking and writing. You could even create an imaginative story together, using pictures or experiences to help you and your child along the way.


Reading record books have many words which are useful for the children to practise, here you will also find sounds we regularly look at together.  

Some of the fun activities we’ve been up to recently!