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On Friday we held our fantastic Eisteddfod, the culmination of weeks of competitions in music, art, handwriting, home school tasks, dancing, singing, recitation and poetry. All of the children competed excellently in all aspects of the Eisteddod from the brave Nursery singing solos in front of the whole school to the Year 6 pupils choreographing their own country and disco dances.
When all the scores were totalled (and double checked) the winner of the Eisteddfod for 2019 was.....
Part of the competition is the ‘Chairing of the bard’ which this year was creating a new Welsh language school prayer. The ‘Bard’ takes pride of place on our Eisteddfod throne and is presented with their cape and crown.
On Tuesday families are welcome to come to school between 9:00 and 10:30 to see some of the winners of the competitions perform again.
Pictured below are some of our incredibly talented musicians who have taken part in Eisteddfod competitions this week. It was fantastic to see how many children have taken up playing an instrument and how their hard work, practice and dedication are paying off.
We had superb performances from Year 2 to Year 6, with winners in beginner, intermediate and advanced competitions in guitar, strings (cello, double bass and violin), brass (trumpet and trombone), piano and recorder.
Well done to all the children involved.
If you would like to hear / see some of the winning performances then please come along to our Eisteddfod Coffee morning after the half-term break.
This year for the Christmas Fete the children in each class were given the task of creating a Christmas product developing their entrepreneurial skills and also using their English and maths skills across the curriculum. They then sold their products at the Christmas Fete.
Year 6 made lots of great products using natural materials and also made bird feeders for the garden. They developed their measuring and money skills, designed posters and used their creativity to create great products.
Year 5 created festive sweet products, measuring amounts and using their creative side to come up with lots of Christmas food titles.
Year 4 made lovely clay tree decorations and tea-light holders, developing lots of creative skills and learning to work as a team.
Year 3 made Christmas decorations using natural materials and created their own candy cane reindeers. They used their measuring skills effectively and used lots of new tools such as saws and glue guns safely and responsibly. Each class member had a role in either manufacturing, quality control or retail. They worked out the cost and what they could sell them for, working out an expected profit. They designed posters and created their own tweet and blog post to advertise their products.
Year 2 made lots of yummy Christmas rice crispy treats. Learning hygiene and baking skills as well as developing their maths through measuring and weighing, using money and counting amounts. They developed their literacy skills through creating labels, posters and price lists.
Year 1 made Reindeer hot chocolates, learning how to measure amounts and count to large numbers.
Reception made wildlife friendly reindeer food to sprinkle on the grass for Rudolf and the team. They developed their measuring skills be weighing amounts and used great creative skills to make reindeer pots for the food.
Nursery made their own colourful Christmas baubles, developing lots of creative skills and learning that everyone bauble is different and special just like they are.