Bywyd yn y Cartref
Cyfraith a Threfu
Powys: Y Pryd Hynny a Nawr
Gwaith cefnogi ac anghenion arbennig
Yn ogystal â chludo plentyn oi phentref ir ysgol roedd un
ddynes hefyd yn helpu yn ystod y gwersi.
- 1.00pm Go to school. Listen to children in
Class 2 read.
Roedd un arall yn arolygu amser cinio
- Cross the road to the school and help bring
the meals in. For the next hour I supervise the children with their midday
meal and then on the school field.
Roedd rhai yn gweithion
gynorthwywyr cefnogi mewn ysgolion:
- . . . off
to school 8.40. Discussed plans with colleagues, lessons started 9am. School
assembly, back into Year 6 class to support child with special needs during
maths and English lessons. Spent lunch assisting infant child, home at 12.40.
- I'm a "Non-Teaching
Classroom Assistant" in a primary school, working with mainly 8 year
olds. Very often I help with class work but this week I was painting wall
boards for work to be displayed. This morning's board was yellow and I ended
up with speckles of yellow gloss paint on my hands and arms - which I was
very conscious of as I was going to a funeral that afternoon!
- Deciphered maths books until my hand and brain
ached; a difficult subject - time.
Roedd cynorthwywraig gefnogi arall yn gweithion benodol gyda phlant oedd
ag angen cymorth ychwanegol.
- 8.45am Arrive at ------- School - work as
a special needs assistant with a child in the infant's on a one to one basis.
11.45am Drive home for lunch - bacon roll and peach.
1pm Walk to -------School where I work with child in year 6 on a one to one
basis (Special Needs Assistant).
Roedd eraill yn cynghori ysgolion.
- Presented a course to
a group of teachers from primary and secondary schools. The course was titled
Specific Learning difficulties and ICT.
- I left for work and spent
the day at a local primary school, where I worked with, observed and discussed
a child with "special educational needs", and discussed with two
teachers an incoming child with major disabilities.
Roedd un famgu yn ffonio i weld sut oedd ei wyr
- . . . is enjoying his special school. It seems
that he loves going there. He is learning sign language and I must learn it
Dywedodd un arall:
- Went over to my daughter's house
to meet the two grandsons coming home from school. My daughter teaches children
with "special needs" and she looked tired when she came in.