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Cymraeg Campus


Our school currently working towards the Bronze award for Cymraeg Campus.  This award is achieved by a school for its hard work and dedication in promoting the Welsh Langauge and Welsh ethos.


The charter consists of three awards - bronze, silver and gold. Schools attempt to complete these awards over a three year period - one each year. Each award comprises of ten targets and these targets become more challenging as you progress from efydd - to arian - to aur.


The school has a 'Criw Cymraeg' that will lead the initiative alongside staff members.


During the year a number of events will be held to support our efforts to achieve this award- your support would be gratefully recieved.




Bronze Award

We have ten targets to achieve to gain the Bronze Cymraeg Campus Award

  1. A visual Welsh ethos is beginning to be established
  2. A majority of the pupils have an understanding and respect for the culture and language
  3. Pupils are beginning to speak Welsh in a variety of situations within their classrooms
  4. Pupils are beginning to speak Welsh in a variety of situations outside their classrooms
  5. There is a weekly Welsh assembly
  6. Pupils are encouraged to use Apps and websites to learn Welsh
  7. The school organises some enrichment activities to develop pupils use and enjoyment of Welsh
  8. Welsh guided reading groups are held fortnightly
  9. Aspects of one subject is beginning to be taught through the medium of Welsh
  10. A majority of the pupils have a positive attitude towards learning Welsh

Cymraeg Campus

Siarter Iaith


The 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 social context.

To encourage and inspire our children to use Welsh in all aspects of their lives.

The Language Charter exhorts participation from every member of the school community: the school council, the pupils, the workforce, parents, governors and the wider community are all encouraged to take full ownership of it.


Gweithgareddau’r Siarter Iaith / Welsh Charter activities

Cymorth Rhieni / Support for Parents