Criw Cymraeg/Welsh Crew is a relatively new pupil voice group. We aim to encourage and promote the use of Welsh throughout the school, across the curriculum and in all areas of school life.
We meet once a week and are fully involved in planning new and exciting ways to develop and encourage fellow pupils and adults to speak Welsh as much as possible in our school.
This year we have taken on the role of giving out and delivering the phrase of the week to our respective classes. We help to plan and choose the phrase of the week and the idiom of the month. We also introduce the phrase of the week to the lunchtime staff and teach them the correct pronunciation. We display the phrase of the month for parents to learn with their children at home in our Newsletter and on the website.
We are currently planning our school Eisteddfod and looking forward to being a part of this important and exciting annual event. We have plans to take assemblies, teach Welsh playground games and design caricatures to display phrases and commands around the school.
Watch this space for more innovative and fun ways of helping Blaengarw Primary School to SIARAD CYMRAEG! SPEAK WELSH!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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