Spring term

Spring term

Boomerang Book Bags

A set of book bags for children to take turns with at home, containing two fantastic picture books: The Bumblebear by Nadia Shireen and Pip y Pengwin Bach (Pip the Little Penguin) by Roger Priddy, adapted by Aneirin Karadog. Each child also receives their own activity magazine to keep. You'll find lots of ideas and activities in the teacher toolkit to help you and your class explore the Boomerang books.


Hide and Sheep cards

Each child will receive a set of Hide and Sheep cards to take home. There are lots of fun games to play with the cards both in the classroom and at home, and you'll find plenty of suggestions in our Hide and Sheep videos or read our case study to find out how to make a difference with your Hide and Sheep cards

Hide and Sheep cards


Each child receives a copy of this fun activity magazine to share with parents and carers at home.

Introduce the Boomerang Book Bags to parents and carers with this colourful presentation, which includes information about the benefits of sharing stories and some top tips for families.

Numeracy resources

The full set of Hide n Sheep cards in case you want to print out an extra set for your class

This set of 9 videos shows lots of different ways that the Hide and Sheep resource can be used, both in and out of the classroom

Additional resources

Enjoy clicking through the interactive toolkits to find activities to support your Pori Drwy Stori resources.


These toolkits aim to help you engage children and families with fun lessons as we understand that children progress far better in school when their parents or carers are actively engaged in supporting their learning at home.

Watch this video to find out how the Pori Drwy Stori programme is making a difference both  at school and at home.

A booklet filled with tips and information to help you support your child's reading at home.

The Welsh Government's Education Begins at Home group provides information on how you can support your child at home and help their performance in school. Follow the group on Facebook.