Language Charter

Welsh Language Charter

The Vision of Ysgol Sarn Bach
Our intention and hope is that every child is able to, and chooses to speak Welsh of a good quality in every aspect of the school’s life, and takes pride in the Welsh language, culture and traditions.

Language Charter Activities
Speaking two languages opens doors to a much more varied community, world of work and social life. Two languages, twice the choice.

Evening to Launch the Language Charter


To present the charter to parents and the people of the area, a very successful evening was held at the hall in Abersoch where the children sang traditional songs and performed the musical, ‘Nia Ben Aur’.

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Succeeding in Welsh – Speaking several languages opens doors to a new world.
Malcolm Allen’s Visit

malcs The footballer and commentator, Malcolm Allen, visited the school to talk about his life as a young boy in Deiniolen who left home to pursue his dream.

He was fortunate in being able to return to Wales to make a good living by speaking Welsh.

The children were inspired to roll up their sleeves and work hard to realise their dreams.

Ed Holden's Visit

ed Ed Holden visited the school to sing and to talk about his work and how speaking Welsh opened doors for him to the world of television and radio.

Everyone was amazed at his ability to rap and create sounds with the microphone.

He sang and composed a rap about the local area.

Singing in Welsh
The successful band, Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog, came to launch the new CD, ‘Codi Angor’. The band consists of three brothers who make a living and get to travel the world using the Welsh language.

The children enjoyed singing ‘Fflat Huw Puw’ and some of the songs from ‘Nia Ben Aur’.