Rydyn ni’n falch iawn i ddweud ni’n ysgol Gwobr Efydd We are very proud to say we are a Bronze Award School Llongyfarchiau!! Congratulations Criw for leading Welsh throughout the school and on receiving the Siarter Iaith bronze award on behalf of everyone. Da iawn!
Ein Gweledigaeth ni – Our vision
LOOK AT THE PARENTS' PAGES FOR WELSH AT HOME:
Have a look at the websites you can use at home with your children to encourage them to use Welsh at home - have a go with them. If you can learn together it really does make it more fun.
Siarter Iaith - Ysgol Pentrebaen
Y Criw Cymraeg
The Criw Cymraeg are a group of children who sit on the committee of the Cyngor Cymreig Campus Council who are enthusiastic in promoting the Welsh language within and outside of the School. They meet regularly to discuss ideas and to monitor the impact of their ideas against the charter's targets.
Ms. Janik is responsible for overseeing the Criw Cymraeg and helping them with their arrangements.
What is Siarter Iaith?
The Siarter Iaith is a scheme to promote the use of Welsh socially in schools in Wales. Two heroes, Seren and Sbarc help to promote the work of the Siarter Iaith. These two heroes on posters and badges will encourage children between the ages of 3 and 7 in School to use the language on the playground, at home and in the classroom.
As part of the Siarter Iaith, each individual school completes a basic exercise to determine the use of the language before developing an action plan to work towards a bronze, silver or gold award. The scheme encourages participation by all members of the school community - pupils, parents, school governors and the wider community. We are currently working towards winning the Bronze award in February.
Communication is an important part of contemporary life - growing up bilingually means that children will develop life skills.
Speak Welsh with pride at all times, in class, in less formal situations and playtimes.
Our vision is for every member of staff to be a good role model in speaking Welsh and in planning and offering pupils opportunities to develop their understanding of Welsh culture and Welsh history. The contribution of all members of the school community - pupils, school council, staff, parents, governors and the wider community - is sought. This ensures that pupils develop into informed, bilingual citizens of the community. Improve the use of Welsh outside the classroom and school. Appreciate our nation's language as a living thing. Show respect for the language. To increase pupils' confidence in using the language.