Cymraeg Campus

  • Miss Evans

Cymraeg Campus – Cymraeg Campus is a Language Charter that is used to promote the use of the Welsh language throughout the school, across the Curriculum and in all area of school life. In school we have established a ‘Criw Cymraeg’ who are a pupil voice setup to encourage and promote the Welsh language. The members include 2 children from each class.

The Criw Cymraeg meet up every week to discuss how to improve the Welsh in school. One of their duties is to lead the Welsh assembly every week where they give out Welsh certificates to the class who are improving their Welsh. They also help in giving out new Welsh phrases of the week e.g. Beth wnes ti dros y penwythnos? What did you do over the weekend?

The Criw Cymraeg have been very successful in achieving both the Bronze and Silver Awards and are working hard to reach the Gold Award.

They have 10 targets to achieve which are:

  • Establish a visual Welsh ethos
  • The advantages of learning Welsh
  • Using incidental Welsh in the classroom
  • Using incidental Welsh outside of the classroom
  • Welsh in assemblies
  • Using apps and Websites to enhance learning and enjoyment
  • Enrichment Welsh activities 
  • Developing Welsh reading
  • Using Welsh across the Curriculum
  • A positive attitude toward the Welsh Language

The Welsh language plays an important part in Llanidloes Primary school life. We encourage, inspire and give many opportunities for children to use the Welsh language and understand it’s importance. This ethos will engage pupils to be culturally active throughout their life.

Welsh Online Books

Coeden Ddarllen Rhydychen –Search – Hwb (gov.wales) Dref Wen- Free Welsh audio books –Free Welsh Audio Books by Children – Dref Wen Amser Stori Atebol – Welsh language story time on youtube- Yr Hipo Cyntaf ar y Lleuad | Amser Stori Atebol – YouTube

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Welsh Folk Tales

Click on the link below to listen to traditional Welsh folk tales and play games. Chwedlau Cymru (wales.gov.uk)

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Welsh Magazines

Click on the links below for the latest magazines.  Bore da- BoreDa_bach_Urdd_2021_06 (adobe.com)  Iaw – Urdd Iaw_2021_06 (adobe.com)

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Virtual Eisteddfod Powys

EXCITING! There is a virtual Powys Eisteddfod competition happening. The closing date is June 11th. There are some great competitions that we could take part in. There is a 1st 2nd and 3rd prize to be won. I have listed some of the competitions below that we could compete in. All competitions are through the medium… Read more »

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Let’s Learn Welsh

This is a great opportunity for parents and guardians to learn Welsh to use with your child at home.

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Bore Da Bach Mis Ebrill

Here is the latest issue of Bore da bach, a mini-issue of Bore da magazine, published every second month. 

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CIP Magazine March

A new issue of Cip magazine is waiting for you – which includes the brilliant comic, Mellten! 

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Eisteddfod T 2021

Eisteddfod T will be back for another year, full of different activities and games that you can take part in from home. Below there are a list of activities that you can be involved in.

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Bore da February 

Have a look at the ‘Bore da’ magazine. There are some great puzzles and games to enjoy. 

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Welsh4Parents 

This is a new website with many Welsh language resources to help and support parents with distance learning. 

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Santes Dwynwen Foundation Phase 

Dydd Santes Dwynwen is considered to be the Welsh equivalent to Valentine’s Day and is celebrated on 25th of January every year. It celebrates Dwynwen, the Welsh saint of lovers.

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Santes Dwynwen KS2 

Dydd Santes Dwynwen is considered to be the Welsh equivalent to Valentine’s Day and is celebrated on 25th of January every year. It celebrates Dwynwen, the Welsh saint of lovers.

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