Welcome to our Gallery! Croeso i'r Galeri Take a look at some of our exciting activities!
2020 - 2021
September 2020 / Medi 2020
Year 3 loved their cross curricular lesson on Roman numerals! We had so much fun creating our own sums and challenging Mrs K during a Kahoot
What a wonderful response to Bike to School Week (28th September to 2nd October), with children, parents and staff cycling and scooting to school.
Croeso! A warm welcome to Whitchurch Primary School for our new Nursery pupils.
Learning is fun inside and out for our new Reception pupils.
2019 - 2020
March 2020 / Mawrth 2020
Some of our Year 6 pupils took part in a Cwis Dwlu Darllen (reading quiz) against several other schools from the Central South Consortium. Da iawn blant.
As part of this term's topic, 'Roars and Claws', Reception pupils had a fantastic tour of Cardiff Castle, where they took part in a Dragon Tales Workshop. They had fun finding out about the history of the castle.
Members of our Criw Cymraeg attended the presentation of the Bronze Siarter Iaith Gymraeg to Whitchurch Primary School at the All Nations Centre. Llongyfarchiadau i bawb!
Diwrnod y Llyfr 2020: Children and staff dressed as characters from favourite books to celebrate World Book Day 2020.
Year 5 pupils attended a Public Speaking workshop at Howells School. Dyma disgyblion Blwyddyn 5 yn cymryd rhan mewn gwithdy siarad cyhoeddus yn Ysgol Howells.
February 2020 / Chwefror 2020
Chairing of the Bard - Eisteddfod 2020
Lily being chaired as Bard at our 2020 Eisteddfod! Cadeirio Lily yn Eisteddfod Yr Ysgol 2020! Llongyfarchiadau Lily!
Music performances at our Eisteddfod 2020. Llongyfarchiadau Eleanor, Joseph, Oliver and Gracie-leigh.
Blwyddyn 5 Recitation at the 2020 Eisteddfod
Bendigedig to Sam, Una and Amelie for their performance of 'Gai Mhel Nol Plis'.
Blwyddyn 4 Recitation at the 2020 Eisteddfod.
Bendigedig to Ruby, Angel and Bethany for their performance of 'Teigr yn y Gegin'.
Blwyddyn 3 Recitation at the Eisteddfod 2020.
Bendigedig to Dominic, Erin and April for their performance of 'Teifon's Leek'.
Year 6 at our Enterprise Sale to coincide with the Eisteddfod, working together to sell all the fantastic items made by each class. Diolch yn fawr to all the parents who supported us!
Bendigedig to all the individual competition winners, and to Red House for winning overall. Llongyfarchiadau i Lily, Bardd Buddigol yn Eisteddfod CA2 eleni. Lily was Chaired as our Bard in Key Stage 2, with a wonderful poem about Gerald of Wales. Da iawn i chi gyd!
Congratulations to Isla, chaired as Bard in our Foundation Phase Eisteddfod. Llongyfarchiadau i Isla, Bardd Buddigol yn Eisteddfod eleni.
What a wonderful Eisteddfod we have had! Well done to everyone who took part. Da iawn ti!
Congratulations to all our players who today won their Cardiff regional netball tournament! They have qualified for the Cardiff and Vale County Finals! Llongyfarchiadau!
Year 4 studied the mechanics of flight at the International Centre for Birds of Prey
Diolch yn fawr to Whitchurch Fire Service for visiting Blwyddyn 5 last week, to highlight the importance of Fire Safety! 🔥 Article 19: Children have the right to be looked after and kept safe.
Year 2 had such an exciting day at Wild Place Project!! Bendigedig pawb 🦒🦓🐆
January 2020 / Ionawr 2020
Ardderchog Blywddyn 2! Well done for your fantastic performance at Rubicon Dance in St. David's Hall, and thank you for all your hard work and effort! We are very proud of you!
Blwyddyn 5 are excited to find out ‘What makes their World Wonderful’ during their new topic!
Year 5 and 6 Sports Ambassadors represented Whitchurch Primary School at the Cardiff School of Sport.
What an exciting Immersion Day for our Reception explorers, finding out about this term's topic, 'Roars and Claws'.
Year 1 pupils studied sea creatures during their Immersion Day for their new topic, 'Commotion in the Ocean'.
Year 2 had an exciting Immersion Day to introduce their new topic, 'Home or Away'. Bendigedig Pawb!
Year 4 made moving robots as part of their Immersion Day to introduce this term's topic, 'Moving Mayhem'.
December 2019 / Rhagfyr 2019
Julie Morgan AM presented pupils with prizes for entering her Christmas Card competition. Congratulations to Amy from Blwyddyn 4 whose design was featured on the card, and to all the other entrants - Da iawn blant!
A magical performance from our Year 5/6 Choir as guests of Llandaff Choral Society in Llandaff Cathedral.
Our Year 5 and 6 Choir performed at Maggie's Christmas Carol Concert in Whitchurch Methodist Church. Bendegedig!
Santa made a Stopover at Whitchurch Primary yesterday, and the children were treated to an evening of Christmas crafts, festive films....and a bedtime story in his igloo from Santa himself! 🎄🎅 Daeth Siôn Corn i Ysgol Whitchurch ddoe a chymerodd y plant ran mewn gweithgareddau Nadolig a stori cyn cysgu wrth Siôn Corn.
Thank you to all the parents and grandparents who joined members of the Criw Cymraeg in our Caffi Cymraeg to find out how we teach the Welsh language in Whitchurch Primary School. Dewch i siarad Cymraeg!
We were honoured to welcome Joe Calzaghe, the 'Italian Dragon', to Whitchurch Primary School. He gave an assembly in which he presented certificates to pupils who have completed a boxing programme in school.
What a wonderful performance from our Year 3 and 4 Choir in St. Michael's Church, Tongwynlais!
RSH visited St. Fagans, and helped Beti Bwt with her laundry, finding out what life was like before washing machines were invented.
Some of our RotaKids attended the annual Christmas Rotary Breakfast Club meeting, where Elliot, this year's President, received his chain of office and gave an account of the work of Whitchurch Primary RotaKids this term.
Llongyfarchiadau to our Year 6 Choir, who performed eight carols at the Bobath Carol Concert in St. Mary's Church, Whitchurch.
Llongyfarchiadau to Enya in Reception and Ava in Year 2, pictured with the dance trophy they won in a competition in Blackpool. Well done, girls!
November 2019 / Tachwedd 2019
The Whitchurch Primary School RotaKids organised a number of activities at our Christmas Fair, and raised £253.06 towards a range of sports equipment for the school.
Diolch yn fawr to Bethel Baptist Church for a wonderful afternoon at 'Christmas Wrapped' for our Year 2 classes. The children loved the festive activities!🎄
Our 'On Your Bike' crew had a great day working with our friends in Radnor Primary School. One step closer to launching our campaign!🚲🛴
Piper and Tom, members of the Whitchurch Senedd, presented to our Governing Body outlining our Rights Respecting journey and the contribution made to WPS by all of our Pupil Committees. Dyma ddisgyblion yn cyflwyno Taith Ysgol Sy'n Parchu hawliau i'r Corff Llywodraethol. Ardderchog Piper and Tom!
Year 6 toured Cardiff Bay on foot and boat,to learn about its geography, history and regeneration from Tiger Bay over the past decades. 💦 🚤
Year 3 visited the Roman Legionary Museum in Caerleon to continue their studies of the Romans. Ymwelodd Blwyddyn 3 â Chaerleon i ddysgu am y Rhufeiniaid
Whitchurch Primary is very proud to have won the Cardiff 2030 Vision Creative Prize sponsored by the Principality! Llongyfarchiadau i Ysgol Gynradd Whitchurch ar ennill Gwobr Creadigol Gweledigaeth Caerdydd 2030 a noddwyd gan y Principality.
Year 5 pupils visited Cadbury World to study Victorian working conditions. Cafodd Blwyddyn 5 amser da yn dysgu am amgylchiadau Gwaith yn Oes Victoria yn ystad ymweliad â Cadbury World.
Year 4 have been investigating life in Tudor times at Tretower Court and Castle. Mae Blwyddyn 4 wedi bod yn ymchwilio i fywyd yn Oes y Tuduriad yng Nghwrt a Chastell Tretower.
A huge diolch yn fawr to Whitchurch Library for inviting some of our school council members to their Reminiscence Group. The children thoroughly enjoyed engaging in conversations and learning about the history of their community.
A powerful message was delivered to Blwyddyn 5 during their Anti-bullying Workshop on Friday. Diolch to Helen O’Grady Drama Academy!
Children and staff wore pyjamas to school and donated to Children in Need. We raised a fantastic total of £717.00 - diolch yn fawr!
Some of our pupils visited Heol Don Residential Home, as part of our Intergenerational Project.
Year 2 had a FIRETASTIC time at Whitchurch Fire Station! Diolch yn fawr to the firefighters for helping us learn the importance of being a firefighter and how to be safe
Year 6 learnt about the value of money and how to save for the future, in a workshop given by the Principality Building Society
1BM have been collaborating just like our Learning Hero, Collaborative Catrin. They have been making posters on the ipad for Anti-bullying Week. Da iawn!
Da iawn to pupils in 2EL, who made collage poppies for Remembrance Day.
Bendigedig to the four Year 6 pupils who represented Whitchurch Primary School along with Mr. Haigh at the Remembrance Day Service at Whitchurch War Memorial.
We are very proud of Elesa, who has raised a fantastic total of £855.00 for the Little Princess Trust. Bendegedig, Elesa!
October 2019 / Hydref 2019
Some wonderful entries in the Bike It Crew 'Spook Up Your Bike/Scooter' competition! Diolch!🚲🛴
The school foyer has been taken over by pumpkins! Thanks to everyone who entered the Friends of Whitchurch Primary pumpkin carving competition. 🎃 Mae mynedfa'r ysgol yn llawn pwmpenni fel rhan o gystadleuaeth carfio Ffrindiau'r Ysgol.
A huge thank you to everyone who donated to Our Harvest Appeal in aid of Cardiff Foodbank. Our Eco Committee collected 334.7kg of food - enough to feed 29 people in crisis for 3 days each. Diolch yn fawr!
Well done to all the pupils who represented Whitchurch Primary School today at the Sport Cardiff Cross Country county heats! Fantastic running from everyone! Llongyfarchiadau!
Two of our pupils represented Whitchurch Primary School in a debating competition in Llysfaen Primary this morning. The topic of the debate was: "This house believes that gaming is good for you". Bendegedig!
A fun and eventful day for our Super Ambassadors! Lots of ideas and activities to take back to school. A big diolch yn fawr to Sally Holland, the Children’s Commissioner for Wales, for inviting us. 😊 Article 42 - children have a right to know their rights.
Bendegedig to our Netball Team, winners of a tournament held at the Cathedral School.
Our Criw Cymraeg organised two poster competitions to mark Diwrnod Shwmae on 15th October - a national day to celebrate speaking Welsh. The Foundation Phase competition was to design a 'Croeso' poster to be displayed on doors throughout the school; and the KS2 competition was to design a poster encouraging others to speak Welsh. What wonderful, colourful entries we had! It was a very difficult decision for the Criw Cymraeg, who gave out prizes to the winners in assembly. Llongyfarchiadau!
We held a Blue vs Green Fundraising Day in aid of Bobath Cymru. Blue was the outright winner, and we raised a fantastic total of £597.90. Diolch yn fawr! Article 23 - A child with a disability has the right to live a full and decent life in conditions that promote dignity, independence and an active role in the community #WPSRRS
International Links: we were delighted to welcome our friends from Murcia, Spain, to Whitchurch Primary for a week.
Year 6 thoroughly enjoyed learning about the law and how the justice system works. They received workshops from Cardiff Court Magistrates and held their own trial, playing the parts of defendant, witnesses, defence and prosecution lawyers and Magistrates themselves. Da Iawn pawb!
We were delighted to welcome Joe Calzaghe, the longest reigning super middleweight world champion, known as 'the pride of Wales', to Whitchurch Primary School.
As part of our ‘Rights Respecting Schools’ journey we had the pleasure of welcoming Sally Holland, the Children’s Commissioner for Wales, to Whitchurch Primary this morning. Sally joined a School Council meeting to discuss the importance of their role within our school. She also delivered an assembly to talk to the children about the importance of their rights! Diolch yn fawr Sally 😊 Article 42 - all children have a right to know their rights.
Our 'On Your Bike' crew has been working with Radnor Primary School to design a new campaign to encourage cycling 🚴
September 2019 / Medi 2019
We welcomed grandparents to our MacMillan Coffee Morning, followed by a visit to their grandchildren's classes.
Blwyddyn 5 started this term's topic of the Victorians with a visit to St. Fagans, where they experienced a day in the life of a Victorian schoolchild.
The School Council visited London, and identified many of the city's landmarks from the London Eye. They toured the Palace of Westminster and took part in a workshop on democracy and voting, before walking to Downing Street and Buckingham Palace!
Immersion Day in Year 3, introducing this term's topic, The Romans.
Year 4 are commencing this term's topic, 'The Tudors: terrific or terrible?' with a visit to Pembroke Castle, the birthplace of Henry VII. Blwyddyn 4 yn cyflwyno thema'r tymor!
Year 6 are investigating different habitats around Roath Park Lake as part of this term's topic, 'Go With The Flow'.
Children in 1BM are enjoying their Fairytale Immersion Day and are busy collaborating to make bridges for the Billy Goats
Year 5 Survival Challenge in Craig-y-Nos Country Park. Blwyddyn 5 yn mwynhau heriau ym Mharc Gwledig Craig-y-Nos.