Friday 11th February
Friday 11th February 2022
INSET DAY – FRIDAY 18TH FEBRUARY – SCHOOL CLOSED TO PUPILS
HALF TERM – MONDAY 21ST – FRIDAY 25TH FEBRUARY
School re-opens on Monday 28th February 22.
The children will be preparing for our Eisteddfod, this week, with the main event taking place on Tuesday 1st March, upon our return to school.
***EISTEDDFOD HOME PROJECT***
This year, our Eisteddofod whole school home project is to create your very own 'CYMRU MEWN BOCS' or 'WALES IN A BOX'!
For this, all you'll need is one shoe box, and a large dose of creativity!
What we'd like the children to do is to capture the essence of Wales in a little scene within a shoe box. This could be the Welsh Rugby Team winning the Grand Slam (We did say a large dose of creativity!), or it might be a Male Voice Choir singing in the Valleys. It could be a host of golden Daffodils, or a Welsh dragon breathing fire over its rival dragons!
Whatever Wales means to you, we'd like to see it reflected in a shoe box.
We'd like all entries to be brought into school on the Monday after Half Term (February 28th) which is when we'll be holding our Class Eisteddfodau and adjudication of all the Eisteddfod competitions will take place.
DIOLCH YN FAWR IAWN A PHOB LWC!!
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