Dyma Criw Cymraeg Bryn Hyfryd 2016-2017
They've been nominated because they all...
- have great ideas for improving the standard of Welsh in our school
are willing to give up half an hour of their dinner break once every week for meetings
can help update our Criw Cymraeg webpage
can ensure that your class write on the Sgriblo Sydyn boards EVERY week
can stand up in assembly and LOUDLY announce the Draig Ffynci winners
have Welsh skills that are good enough to record a weekly 'phrase of the week' for our school website
and can help to organise next year's eisteddfod
If you want to be part of our amazing Criw Cymraeg next year, make sure you get yourselves noticed by using your Welsh in every way possible - on the yard, in the classroom, in the corridors and on our website.
To find out what Criw Cymraeg are doing to promote the use of Welsh in Mount Pleasant Primary this year, click on the link below to see them present their ideas in our Good News Assembly.
Don't forget to click on the 'Cymraeg' link on our Home Webpage. If you're in KS2 we want to hear your views on our Sgriblo Sydyn boards, and if you're in Foundation Phase then we want to see your answers to the weekly questions put to you in your Welsh Assembly. Remember - you get 10 extra housepoints every time you write on the walls. This will get you nominated to be a Wristband winner so it's worth having a go!
Why do we have a ‘Criw Cymraeg’ at our school?
for introducing initiatives
aimed at improving
standards in Welsh
a genuine enthusiasm
for Welsh within the
school that extends to all
improves the amount
of incidental Welsh spoken
by both staff and pupils.
and much much more!
Croeso i Fryn Hyfryd Mistar Urdd!
Criw Cymraeg welcomed Mistar Urdd to our school assembly
where his friend, Angharad told us all about the biggest
Youth Movement in the World, Urdd Gobaith Cymru. To see more
pictures, click below...
Click on the links below if you want to practise your Welsh through fun online games! http://www.bbc.co.uk/ schools/websites/4 _11/site/languages.shtml http://www.learn-welsh. net/welshgames http://www.digitaldialects. com/Welsh.htm