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Take a look at some of our exciting activities!

2021 - 2022

April / Ebrill 2022

Llongyfarchiadau to the Year 5 pupils who represented Whitchurch Primary School at the English Speaking Union Public Speaking Competition in Howells School. They were third overall, and Abigail was named as Best Speaker.

March / Mawrth 2022

Year 6 Inquiry: Blighty in the Blitz. Children visited the Royal Welsh Regimental Museum in Brecon, where they investigated daily life during World War II. They learnt about evacuation, rationing, code-breaking and taking refuge in an Anderson Shelter.

We are so proud of the Year 6 Choir who participated in the Cardiff Spring Showcase event in St. David's Hall. They sang beautifully and really enjoyed the opportunity to sing alongside so many other schools. Da iawn bawb! 🎶🎶🎶

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The Year 6 Choir

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The Year 6 Choir.

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We supported Comic Relief on Red Nose Day by wearing odd socks to school. We raised a fantastic total of £730.01. Diolch yn fawr!

Bendigedig to the Year 5 pupils who took part in the English-Speaking Union Public Speaking Workshop at Howell's School. You did yourselves proud!

We were honoured to receive a visit from Lee Waters MS, Deputy Minister for Climate Change. He met members of the School Council, the Eco Committee and the Bike it! team and discussed the introduction of a 20mph speed limit as a pilot scheme in North Cardiff, and how a lower speed limit will impact on the environment and encourage more people to walk and cycle.

World Book Day 2022: we dressed as characters from our favourite books, and brought the books to school to share with our friends.

Bendigedig to Year 6, who held a fundraising day in support of the people of Ukraine. They planned and organised playground activities for children in Years 3, 4 and 5, and raised a fantastic total of £1130.17! Diolch yn fawr for your generosity!

Llongyfarchiadau to Ellis who won the Foundation Phase Eisteddfod, and to Emmie, who was Chaired as the Bard in the Key Stage 2 Eisteddfod!

Eisteddfod 2022. Blwyddyn 6 Recitation

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Eisteddfod 2022. Blwyddyn 5. Recitation.

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Eisteddfod 2022. Blwyddyn 4. Recitation.

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Eisteddfod 2022. Blwyddyn 3. Recitation.

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Eisteddfod 2022. Blwyddyn 3 / 4 Cerddoriaeth (Music).

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Eisteddfod 2022. Blwyddyn 5 / 6 Cerddoriaeth (Music).

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Bendigedig to everyone who took part in our School Eisteddfod on St. David's Day.

February 2022 / Chwefror 2022

Diolch yn Fawr! Our fundraising day, 'Wear Red for Wales and Velindre' raised a total of £619.81! Thank you to pupils, parents and staff for your support.

January 2022 / Ionawr 2022

Blwyddyn dau used their map reading skills to follow a route around Whitchurch. Da iawn for using directional language to guide us around the village! ⬅️⬆️➡️

Members of the Criw Cymraeg delivered cards to each class to celebrate Dydd Santes Dwynwen!

We took part in the Guinness World Record, singing 'Hai Mistar Urdd' to celebrate the centenary of the Urdd.

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We took part in the Guinness World Record, singing 'Hai Mistar Urdd, to mark the centenary of the Urdd.

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We helped to celebrate the Centenary of the Urdd by taking part in two Guinness World Records: The largest number of videos of people singing the same song, ‘Hei Mistar Urdd’ uploaded to Twitter and Facebook in one hour!

Year 5 explored a range of cultures, celebrations and festivals during their Immersion Day! They are looking forward to getting creative in their new Expressive Arts inquiry!

Year 1’s current Inquiry-based learning explores where we live and how it is constantly changing. We had a trip to St Fagans Museum and went for a walk around Whitchurch Village, taking photographs so that we can compare ‘then and now’.

Blwyddyn 3 had so much fun on our immersion day! We began tuning in to our new inquiry by completing lots of tasks relating to materials and their properties!

Year 4 re-enacted Henry VII’s journey from Pembroke to Bosworth Field where he fought Richard III for the crown. Today’s launch of this term’s inquiry, ‘The Tudors’, also included learning Tudor dances, making Tudor roses, creating coats of arms and writing their names in Tudor writing.

Year 2 travelled to different countries in the UK to tune into their new Inquiry. They enjoyed learning about the countries that make up the United Kingdom. 🇬🇧 Blwyddyn dau are looking forward to learning more about their natural world. 🌍

Reception Inquiry - 'An invitation to.....' and the children are busy exploring the creative Arts

Year 6 pupils took part in a workshop delivered by the Winding House Museum, as part of today’s Immersion Day to introduce this term’s topic, ‘War of the Worlds’. They investigated the Bevin Boys, conscription and sampled some WW2 cooking, including Swiss Pudding!

December 2021 / Rhagfyr 2021

Nadolig Llawen from all at Whitchurch Primary School! 🎄🎅🎄

Llongyfarchiadau to Megan, who won Julie Morgan SA's annual Christmas card competition. Her wonderful design was used on the front of Julie's Christmas card this year. 🎄

Mrs. Griffin and members of the School Council drew the winning tickets for the Friends of Whitchurch Primary Christmas Raffle. A big thank you to everyone who donated prizes, and to all parents for your support!

10th December. Christmas Jumper Day in aid of Save the Children: don't we look festive?

Thank you for all the donations to the 'Walk in my Shoes' project organised by Cardiff-based charity M.A.D.4 KIDS, which sends used children's shoes to Zambia. Well done to the Eco Committee for sorting and bagging the shoes ready for collection.

Llongyfarchiadau to Bobby in Year 5, who won a Fusion Gymnastics Club Competition for Under 11 Boys. He has now been selected to represent Wales in the British finals under 11 competition in Telford!

November 2021 / Tachwedd 2021

30th November: Year 6 visited Crucial Crew at the Field Hospital in Llandaff, where they took part in a range of workshops designed to introduce personal and life-saving skills and strategies.

19th November: Children in Need. We dressed in spots, stripes or something colourful to raise money for Children in Need.

We are very proud of Georgia in RBM, who donated her pocket money to Children in Need. Bendigedig, Georgia!

19th November: Bendigedig to Year 5, who organised a Cake Sale in aid of Children in Need and Unicef. Many thanks to our wonderful kitchen staff, who made fantastic Pudsey and Bliss cakes for the Sale.

11th November: Remembrance Day. Mrs. Griffin and members of the School Council accompanied Mr. Roger Haigh, one of our Governors, to the cenotaph to lay a wreath on behalf of Whitchurch Primary School.

11th November. We learnt the significance of Remembrance Day and observed the Two Minutes' Silence. We used a range of materials to create our own poppies and poppy fields.

Year 2 children enjoyed their taster golf session from GolfStarz.

Year 2 were 'buzzing' with excitement at their 'Electric Rainbow' workshop from Mad Science, in which they learnt about light, static electricity and circuits.

Thank you to Mr. Gough, who visited Reception to talk to us about his work as a builder.

October 2021 / Hydref 2021

Bendigedig to Judy in Year 5 for her powerful anti-bullying poem!

We all wore red to school on 22nd October to raise awareness of the 'Show Racism the Red Card' campaign.

We celebrated Wales and the Welsh language on Diwrnod Shwmae Su'mae. The School Council gave presentations to the classes, we created artwork, researched famous Welsh people and had great fun learning traditional Welsh country dances.

Year 4 visited the International Centre for Birds of Prey to further their studies of flight mechanics.

Llongyfarchiadau to Joel in Year 3, who cycled a total of 100km in September and raised over £500.00 for the World Wildlife Fund, with the generous aid of his classmates!

Mrs. Griffin and members of the School Council attended a MacMillan Coffee Morning hosted by Julie Morgan SM, and gave a donation on behalf of Whitchurch Primary School.

September 2021 / Medi 2021

We celebrated the International Day of Peace on 21st September. The School Council gave presentations to the classes and we created artwork and poems to mark the Day. 🕊

Bendigedig to all the pupils, parents and staff who cycled or scooted to school during ’Bike to School Week’.

'Just Imagine!' Year 1 Immersion Day, and we had great fun with the expressive arts!

Year 2 Immersion Day: 'What makes a Superhero?'

What a brilliant Year 3 Immersion day for our new topic of enquiry! We enjoyed learning about the Pompeii disaster, creating our own volcanic eruptions and creating our own busy city

Moving Mayhem: Year 4 Immersion Day. We had great fun investigating forces and flight mechanics, and made moving robots from lego. We enjoyed our virtual aeroplane rides!

Year 5 Immersion Day - We became Victorian schoolchildren for the day! We had lessons in a Victorian classroom and played Victorian games in the playground.

Year 6 Immersion Day - 'Go with the Flow'. We investigated rivers, lakes and clean energy, and showed initiative, collaboration and creativity whilst model-making to launch this term’s topic

2020 - 2021

July 2021 / Gorffennaf 2021

Call of the Wild Residential for Year 5: more photos can be found in the 'Call of the Wild' section.

Nursery Sports Day: even our teachers took part!

June 2021 / Mehefin 2021

We took part in 'Wear Red for Wales and Velindre', to raise awareness and funds for Velindre and the Welsh Blood Service, and at the same time showing support for the Welsh Football Team in the Euros. We raised a wonderful total of £530.00. Diolch yn fawr!

May 2021 / Mai 2021

What a fantastic response to our ‘Bring a Plant to School Day!’ We have been overwhelmed by your generosity and support! The children loved planting flowers, vegetables and cuttings; and our school looks beautiful! Diolch yn fawr