On Monday 1st March we celebrated St. David’s Day. We dressed in national colours and costumes and we enjoyed a range of activities.
We played yard games outside, such as ‘cath, cath, ci’ and ‘Mae Siemon yn dweud’
We made St David’s Day cards to send to members of our family.
We completed activities on Hwb and some mindfulness activities relating to St. David’s Day.
The Big Welsh Rhyme Time is starting on 8th February 2021.
Click on this link to find out more information;
Big Welsh Rhyme Time Information Pack 2021
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!!
Bronwen Lewis, who appeared on the second series of The Voice, has organised a virtual Gig for you all to watch, listen to and sing along with some Welsh songs.
Follow the link below to access the Gig;
The pre-recorded link will be live between the period of Monday 1st February and Monday 8th February 2021.
Open the document and click on the hyperlinks (words underlined in blue) to access the activities.
Dydd Santes Dwynwen Activities
Tric a Chlic is an original Welsh resource that is a progressive and systematic synthetic phonic reading scheme, which has recently been adapted for schools that teach Welsh as a second language.
There are 3 levels to Tric a Chlic;
Level 1 (Cam 1)
Level 2 (Cam 2)
Level 3 (Cam 3)
Eirian Lloyd-Jones, the author of Tric a Chlic, has published videos of introducing the sounds and words, and reading the story books.
Please follow the link below to watch and interact with the videos;
When you have opened the link, you will need to click on and subscribe (it’s free) to ‘Canolfan Peniarth’. Then select the ‘videos’ option and scroll down to find the first video from ‘Cam 1’.
Enjoy learning and listening to the Tric a Chlic scheme.