Mae blwyddyn 4 yn dysgu am y corf. Ble mae popeth yn y corff?
The Big Welsh Rhyme Time is starting on 8th February 2021.
Click on this link to find out more information;
We have some fantastic brand new rhymes and songs by artists from Wales which can be seen on the following link;
Explore the website to find, listen to and sing along with some enjoyable welsh rhymes and songs
There is an option to download a certificate for you to keep, alternatively we have some certificates and stickers in school. For those of you who would like to collect a certificate and sticker, please come to school before Thursday 11th February to collect them. The children who are attending school this week, will receive their sticker and certificate on the day they are in.
Don’t forget to take photographs and videos of your child/children participating and email them to your class teacher or save them in your child’s Hwb files.
Diolch – Thank you and have lots of fun!!
Please find the Welsh work we would like you to have a look at over the next couple of weeks. The topic is hobbies and sports, which you have looked at before. On the ‘Sports and Hobbies’ challenge mat there are different tasks for you to try- it is up to you how many you complete but try to challenge yourself! The powerpoints (‘Playing a sport’ and ‘Hobbies and sports’) are there for you to read through and revise Welsh words and phrases that you may have forgotten. Diolch!
On Thursday 23rd January 2020, Miss Davies and four very enthusiastic Criw Cymraeg members attended a very exciting day in Builth Wells.
The day gave us a range of ideas and activities to implement within our school to help us to fulfil the requirements for the language Charter. We carried out the following workshops; ‘Mewn Cymeriad’ a show to explain the Welsh Culture and Language, ‘Mr Phormula’ a Welsh Beatboxer, a Welsh Yoga session and a Welsh music session.
This is what the children thought about the day;
‘It was the best day ever!’
‘I can’t believe Mr Phormula makes all of that music by just using his voice.’
‘We had so much fun and used lots of Welsh.’