Welsh Language Charter



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Learning Welsh

Parents who are eager to learn Welsh are invited to school. In out first session this term, Isobel’s father joined us in the classroom, taking part in many activities and singing nursery rhymes. He learned many Welsh words, including bird names. He also helped to share milk in the ‘milk shop’. We would like to thank him for joining us and for being so enthusiastic!



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Welsh Apps

Welsh Apps

There are many Welsh language and bilingual Apps available to support your child's education. Some of them are useful to help children and parents learn and enjoy the Welsh language.

Click here to choose the apps on the Welsh Government's website:
http://cymraeg.llyw.cymru/apps?lang=en



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Celebrating local success

Friday night, 14th of July, 2017, there was a special night to congratulate Mared Llywelyn Williams, former pupil of Ysgol Morfa on her success in the National Urdd Eisteddfod at Pen-Y-Bont ar Ogwr. She received a medal for writing a ‘drama’. Nia W Williams the head teacher was asked to talk about Mared and her time at ysgol Morfa. Also, year 2 and 3 children sang old traditional songs on the night. Mared visited the school the following Monday to talk about her time at Ysgol Morfa, her feelings about winning the medal at the Eisteddfod and to talk to the children about the library’s summer challenge as she is working in the library.



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Summer Reading Challenge

After Mared Llywelyn came to school to discuss the reading challenge, all the children walked to the Library in Nefyn to choose 3 books for the summer holidays. The challenge this year is called ‘Animal Agent’, very exciting! Remember to visit the Library two more times during the holidays to complete the challenge and receive a medal. Click here to see photos of the children at the Library.




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10 Good Reasons To Learn Welsh!
Follow this link to learn more about the Welsh language and its benefit on 'Canolfannau iaith Gwynedd' website:
http://canolfannau-iaith-gwynedd.cymru/eng



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Welsh flag

As requested by the school council, Dewi Pws came to school to raise our new Welsh flag. The parents joined in at the end of the day and watched him cut the ribbon and raise the flag. Everyone sang the anthem 'Hen Wlad fy Nhadau' (Old land of my fathers). Click here to see photos and a video.



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St David's day

We learned about St David in school this week. The children came to school in traditional Welsh clothes or red coloured clothes to take part in many interesting activities. Dewi Pws joined the children on stage in the St David's day concert to sing traditional welsh songs. The pupils had so much fun in his company. Click here to see photos.



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Singing with Dewi Pws

Dewi Pws came to school to sing St David's parade song with the children. The parade is taking place in Pwllheli on the 25th of February. Everyone is welcome! Click here to see photos and a video of the children singing the song.



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Owen Edwards

John Dilwyn Jones from the archive in Caernarfon came to talk to the children about kitchen equipment in Owen Edwards’ age. The children learned about old traditions such as washing day and the importance of the fire to cook and dry clothes. Click here to see more pictures



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St Dwynwen

We celebrated St Dwynwen’s day on the 25th of January. The children took part in many activities including a disco and played ‘Sion a Sian’. Congratulations to Cian and Ania from year 3 for winning. Everyone came to school dressed up for the party and paid £1. The school council decided to give the money towards CHD awareness.

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Welsh Language Charter

The School Council accepted a 'gold award' certificate from the Gwynedd Welsh language charter for their hard work in promoting the Welsh language in school, with parents and the community. Congratulations!