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Malpas Church in Wales Primary School

Ysgol Gynradd yr Eglwys yng Nghymru, Malpas

Educating Minds, Educating Hearts

CHANGE OF VENUE - Summer Barbecue will now be held at Malpas Cricket Club, Bettws Lane on Friday 5th July 2019; 5.30 p.m. - 10.00 p.m. The event is associated with the school, but will be organised and run by the PTA. The event is free to enter, however, the PTA would be grateful for any donations. Disco, Barbecue, Raffle, Face Paints, Glitter Tattoos, Photobooth, Tuck Shop and much more. More information to follow next week. N.B. As the venue holds an alcohol license, alcohol taken to the event is strictly forbidden. Any parent seen with their own alcohol will be asked to leave. The middle green is not to be walked on at any time.This area is used for professional matches and will be coned/roped off.

Criw Cymreig

These are this year's members of Criw Cymreig (Welsh Club). They will be helping Mrs. Evans around the school to raise standards in Welsh. They will be taking Welsh assemblies and meeting regularly to share ideas on how to make Welsh exciting throughout the school. Their jobs at the moment are to teach Welsh games to play on the yard and to develop the language by offering play equipment during break times. They are also sharing ideas with how to run our Eisteddfod on March 1st. Each week we have a Welsh phrase of the week, where each child receives a token (tocyn iaith) if the monitors hear them using it around the school. This token is placed in a box and on a Friday, during final assembly, a name is drawn out and the pupil is presented with a certificate.


Our Welsh phrase of the week this week is:


Gwisgwch eich cotiau, mae hi'n oer!

Put your coat on, it's cold!


If you would like some help to develop your Welsh as a parent, please visit:


Please don't hesitate to contact Mrs. M. Evans at the school for further help or support. On the other hand, if you have an expertise in Welsh and would like to share the language with the children, again, please contact Mrs. M. Evans.


Diolch yn fawr!