St Cuthbert's Junior School gets a lesson in Welsh culture
"Bore da" was the greeting to parents and pupils at the Friday sharing assembly for St Cuthbert's Junior School.
Snowdon class, with Mrs Robbetts, their Welsh born teacher and a new class member proudly flying her Welsh Red Dragon, Y Ddraig Goch, celebrated St David's Day in style.
Sporting carefully hand-crafted leeks and daffodils, they read and sang to an appreciative audience.
Their stories celebrated the history and legends surrounding St David and the school's pianist, Mrs Squance, a fellow countrywoman, accompanied the assembly with a selection of traditional Welsh tunes.
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A rapid Welsh lesson then challenged everyone to pronounce the name of the famous Anglesey village Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgoger ychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, the stirring sounds of Men of Harlech and the Welsh National Anthem ended the celebrations.