Pontyclun Primary School Criw Cymraeg
Criw Cymraeg 2019-20 with our Cymraeg Campus Bronze Award
What we do?
As Criw Cymraeg, we have given ourselves the following job description…
|Help other children to play yard games in Welsh||Meet as the Criw Cymraeg to make decsions.||Discuss progress being made in the language charter. Show Power point to whole school during Cymru yn y Canol.|
|Ensure that the staff are speaking Welsh.||Decide on the phrase of the week.||Ensure that there is some Welsh on each display.|
|Ensure that all classes are using Welsh.||Lead the Welsh Assembly.||Organise fun days for St Davids day, Welsh week, Santes Dwynwen.|
|Award pupils and staff for speaking Welsh||Run Welsh Competition.|
Brawddeg yr Wythnos
Beth wyt ti'n gwisgo? - what are you wearing?
Dw i'n gwisgo …….- I'm wearing …..
Wyt ti'n gwisgo…….? ydw/nag ydw - Are you wearing ….? yes/no
The simple objective of the Language Charter is to provide a clear framework, which can be used to promote and increase the use of Welsh by children in a whole school context. In a nutshell, the Charter’s main aim is to promote a strong Welsh ethos in our school and to provide a range of enriching activities that propel the children to enjoy learning Welsh.
The Language Charter exhorts participation from every member of the school community, and members of the school workforce and council, the pupils and their parents, school governors and the wider community are all encouraged to take full ownership of it. The Criw Cymraeg (Welsh Crew) are instrumental in leading and driving the Language Charter forward at Pontyclun Primary.
Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards :
To ensure that all efforts are rewarded, the Charter is based on the principle that every school follows challenging but attainable targets in connection with promoting the use of the Welsh language. The specific targets included in the Language Charter can form part of a school’s Welsh Development Plan.
How can I help my child?
Days of the Week - Dyddiau'r wythnos
• Monday - Dydd Llun,
• Tuesday - Dydd Mawrth,
• Wednesday - Dydd Mercher,
• Thursday - Dydd Iau,
• Friday - Dydd Gwener,
• Saturday - Dydd Sadwrn,
•Sunday - Dydd Sul
Misoedd – Months of the Year
•Ionawr – January
•Chwefror – February
•Mawrth – March
•Ebrill – April
•Mai – May
•Mehefin – June
•Gorffennaf – July
•Awst – August
•Medi – September
•Hydref – October
•Tachwedd – November
•Rhagfyr - December
Penblwydd Hapus Happy Birthday
•Nadolig Llawen Happy Christmas
•Blwyddyn Newydd Dda Happy New Year
•Pasg Hapus Happy Easter
•1 - un,
•2 - dau,
•3 - tri,
•4 - pedwar,
•5 - pump,
•6 - chwech,
•7 - saith,
•8 - wyth,
•9 - naw,
•10 - deg
•Mae hi’n amser…..chwarae / cinio / mynd adref / cofrestr / tacluso.
•It’s…… playtime / dinnertime / home time / register / tidy up time.
•Bore da Good morning
•Prynhawn da Good afternoon
•Noswaith dda Good evening
•Nos da Good night
•Hwyl fawr Good Bye
•Pwy wyt ti?/Be ydy d’enw di?
•Who are you/What’s your name?
•……… ydw i
•Sut wyt ti? How are you?
•Bendigedig / Gwych Fantastic
•Da iawn diolch Very well thanks
•Wedi blino Tired
Target One- Establishing a Welsh Ethos
Target Two- To make pupils more aware of advantages of speaking Welsh
Target Three- Use of incidental Welsh in the classroom.
Target Four- Use of incidental Welsh outside of the classroom
Target Five - All staff attended weekly Welsh assemblies
Target Six- Apps and websites to enhance learning and enjoyment
Target Seven - Enrichment activities
Target Eight- Developing Reading