Llangrannog 2017: Dydd 3

Unfortunately the internet issues continued to haunt us, but it didn’t stop us doing as much as possible before we had to come home. We were lucky with the weather which made the ending of our adventure in Llangrannog even better.



‘Diolch’ to everyone at Llangrannog for all that they did to help us to have the time of our lives. During these last few days we have improved our Welsh, worked better as a team and done things that we thought we would never be able to do (including keeping our rooms tidy).

Roedd hi’n amser ansbaradigaethus-It was an awesome time!


Llangrannog 2017: Dydd 2

Many apologies for the lateness of these blogs. Unfortunately the internet went down in the middle of the day and it wasn’t seen again! However, we made some piccollages last night, which give a flavour of the things that we did.

We had a busy day with many activities, all with instructions in Welsh and then English. We all had to do things we weren’t entirely sure about, and for some it meant that we had to be very brave to give it a go.








What a busy day. Looking back it’s hard to believe we fitted all of this in and a pool party after supper. We all went to bed exhausted but happy!

Llangrannog 2017: Dydd 1 2017

Welcome to the Year 5 blog coming from our Residential in Llangrannog. We got here at about half past eleven after a long journey. The first thing we did was sort out our rooms, which are lovely. Shortly after that, we had some delicious food – ham, chips and chocolate cake. We used our Welsh to ask for what we wanted to eat from the canteen.


After food we went into our rooms to get changed for our first activities which were Skiing and High Ropes. We split into two groups for this.

Skiing was very fun. Not many of us have been skiing before so we had to learn how to put our boots on. That was surprisingly  hard. The skiing itself was also quite difficult but most of us were soon going down without falling over. Lots of the instructions were in Welsh, with also a lot of ‘pizza’ a ‘sglodion’ (the position the skis needed to be in to stop and to move!).


High Ropes
The High ropes were really exciting but really hard and scary for nearly all of the pupils and members of staff.   It took a lot of courage for some us to get around.

This evening, after food we have shop, dance and team games. After all of this, the teachers are hoping that we will be worn out and ready for sleep…

The Final Blog

Hello and welcome to the final blog. We have had a lot of fun making this last blog.We hope you enjoy and have a wonderful and an amazing time in the summer. I know all the Year 6’s will miss Penllergaer Primary School as it is the best school in the world.