St David’s Day/Eisteddfod 2020

 

Leighton Primary School Eisteddfod and St David’s Day Assembly.
Children from the school dressed up for the day to celebrate St David’s day.
Pictutured are children from Coed Coch yrs 3&4.
Picture by Phil Blagg Photography.
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Leighton Primary School Eisteddfod and St David’s Day Assembly.
Children from the school dressed up for the day to celebrate St David’s day.
Pictutured are children from Elystan yrs 5&6.
Picture by Phil Blagg Photography.
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Leighton Primary School Eisteddfod and St David’s Day Assembly.
Children from the school dressed up for the day to celebrate St David’s day.
Pictutured are children from Hafren Foundation Phase.
Picture by Phil Blagg Photography.
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Leighton Primary School Eisteddfod and St David’s Day Assembly.
Children from the school took part in the St David’s day Eisteddfod with competitions in poetry, art and crafts.
Picture by Phil Blagg Photography.
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Leighton Primary School Eisteddfod and St David’s Day Assembly.
Children from the school took part in the St David’s day Eisteddfod with competitions in poetry, art and crafts.
Picture by Phil Blagg Photography.
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Leighton Primary School had their first ever curriculum awards last Friday 28th February.
The awards are for,
– Ambitious and capable
-Enterprising and Creative
-Ethical and Informed
-Healthy and Confident
The awards are promoting the new curriculum for Wales.
Pictured are the award winners with Mr Lyn Harte (Head teacher)
Picture by Phil Blagg Photography.
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Leighton Primary School Eisteddfod and St David’s Day Assembly.
Children from the school took part in the St David’s day Eisteddfod with competitions in poetry, art and crafts.
Pictured are the 1st place winners with Mr Lyn Harte, Head teacher.
Picture by Phil Blagg Photography.
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Our Aims / Welsh Week 2018

Criw Cymraeg Aims

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  1. Our school looks like it is in Wales
  2. We know about and love our Welsh culture and language
  3. We speak Welsh in our classrooms
  4. We speak Welsh outside our classrooms
  5. We celebrate Wales and our language in assembly
  6. We use Welsh apps and websites
  7. We do fun Welsh activities
  8. We read in Welsh
  9. We learn in Welsh
  10. We love everything about Welsh

Welsh websites and activities for children to practise vocabulary and learn about Wales

  • Campau Cyw

http://www.s4c.cymru/cyw/en/games/

Fun games and activities from S4C

  • Foundation Phase Welsh 2nd Language

https://www.bbc.com/education/subjects/zqsv7p3

Animations and transcripts on a wide range of topics from the BBC

  • BBC

http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/learning/astroantics/

Zoom through space to find stories, songs and games.

A site more for juniors to practise vocabulary either words or sentences in a number of different ways.

A Welsh Second Language resource for 7-11 year olds in KS2.

  • Fun Facts about Wales

http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/countries/wales.html

WELSH WEEK will start Monday 26/2! We will be engaging in Welsh themed activities, in class and around the school; we will have our St David’s Day assembly on Thursday, followed by a Welsh food stall; on Friday we will have Welsh Book Day, dressing up as Welsh characters, famous Welsh people, or just in Welsh colours; we will also be visited by a Welsh harpist on Friday afternoon!

  • Criw Cymraeg Updates-

September 2017

This year Criw Cymraeg is excited to be working towards the bronze award as part of Cymraeg Campus. Look out for the Campus Cymraeg leaflet heading your way! It will tell you all about the ten areas we are working towards including developing a welsh ethos, welsh outside the classroom and welsh across the curriculum. Croeso

December 2017

We look forward to singing Welsh songs at our carol concert this year. Foundation Phase are particularly excited about ‘Twincl Twincl Seren Fach’. Be sure to read the Welsh messages written in Christmas cards this year. Nadolig Llawen pawb! Croeso nol.

April 2018

On Friday April 27th we will have visitors in school that speak Welsh to see if we have learnt enough Welsh and about Wales to get the bronze award for Criw Cymraeg. Pob lwc Ysgol Tre’r Llai!