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Congratulations to Criw Cymraeg who have achieved the Bronze Award, they are now working on achieving the Silver Award for the Siarter Iaith Cymraeg.

Criw Cymraeg Cyfnod Sylfaen (Foundation Phase) 2023-24
The Criw Cymraeg are looking forward to helping to improve Cymraeg across the school.  They are listening carefully for children who try their best to speak Welsh so they can choose a winner for Seren yr Wythnos each week. 
Who will get the Dil a Del bag to take home this week?

Every class worked hard to decorate the hall ready for our special Mini-eisteddfod.

Criw Cymraeg judged the competitions and awarded prizes at this years Mini-Eisteddfod.
1 Celebrating Diwrnod Santes Dywynwyn
1 Celebrating Diwrnod Santes Dywynwyn


This year we held our first Penmorfa Eisteddod celebration. Thank you to the children who participated in the crefft competition, we had some amazing entries! The children sang, created artwork to decorate the hall and enjoyed performances from each year group. It was brilliant to see Blwyddyn 6 in Glan Llyn’s video, Blwyddyn 5’s cultural drama video about the story of Branwen, Blwyddyn 4’s poetry recitation and Blwyddyn 3’s performance of the Welsh language patterns they have been learning. Congratulations to the winners of the crefft competition and hopefully we will have even more entries next year. It was lovely to celebrate our Welsh culture on St David’s Day.

Give Welsh a try at home with these useful Welsh apps designed for younger children.

The ‘Magi Ann’ apps contain lots of stories you can share together and they’re completely free!

Cymraeg for Kids

We celebrated Dydd Santes Dwynwen and raised £281.43 for the Urdd Eisteddfod at the same time.
Criw Cymraeg with their class Dewi y Ddraig Coch
Ellie May Underwood – winner of the ‘Dwy Iaith for Life’ logo competition
Criw cymraeg with their chosen winner of the ‘Dwy Iaith for Life’ logo competition
Croeso Sign
Mrs Bowden and the children in Sunshines have been working on a new Croeso sign for our reception area. The sign was made using Welsh wool and traditional welsh blankets and even old Penmorfa jumpers.
Here are Criw Cymraeg receiving the sign from Mrs Bowden .
Introducing our Welsh Mascot, Dewi y Ddraig Goch!
URDD Proclamation Parade 2019