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Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus

St. David’s Day is the celebration of the patron saint of Wales, St. David. Patron saints are chosen to be special protectors of an area or country. England, Ireland and Scotland all have their own patron saints, and each have their own national day to celebrate them too.



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We enjoyed participating in the St. David's Day celebrations at school today. Here is just a sample of what was going on across the school.

Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus
Class 4, Bryncoche has been learning about acrostic poems this week. On St David's day, they enjoyed learning all about our patron saint and all about our beautiful country





Our Key Stage 4 classes at Brynoch have enjoyed preparing and cooking yummy Welsh Cakes

Pupils made Welsh cakes as part of their Agored Cymru cookery skills lessons with Mrs Fellowes which was linked with their Agored Cymru unit: The Traditions and Customs of Wales which they are studying in Humanities. 
Class 2, Theodore Road also enjoyed making Welsh Cakes

Class 5, Bryncoch have enjoyed colouring in

Class 3, Bryncoch are learning about a vegetarian diet and made delicious Welsh Rarebit
A visit to the shops for the ingredients