During the past three weeks a group of Year 6 pupils from Ysgol Casblaidd, Ysgol Casmael, Ysgol Ger y Llan and Ysgol Glannau Gwaun have been following the BWRLWM course within the Fishguard Language Centre based at Ysgol Bro Gwaun.
The course is offered to those pupils who intend to follow mainstream Welsh when they join the comprehensive school in September.
During the course they have had an array of opportunities through the medium of Welsh whereby they have taken part in many activities such as creative writing workshops; acting; filming; rapping; beach art and the Bake Off Challenge to name but a few.
They also attended AYP Lunchtime Clubs and took part in an Active Young People transition session held by Dan Bellis the school’s AYP Officer and four Young Ambassadors from Years 9 and 10.
During the session they played Sitting Volleyball; Boccia and Inclusive Zone Wheelchair Basketball.
Dan Bellis said “It has been great having the BWRLWM pupils taking such an active part in the AYP clubs and inclusive sessions. It has been a wonderful opportunity for them to sample the type of activities that go on at Ysgol Bro Gwaun and also meet some of the pupils already in school.”
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