Croeso i Ddosbarth yr Wyddfa

Welcome to Dosbarth yr Wyddfa

2019 – 2020

Athrawes Ddosbarth / Class Teacher – Mrs Lucy Catherall

Cymhorthydd Dosbarth / Teaching Assistant – Ms Marisa

Australia Day!

On the 27th January we celebrated Australia Day as part of our topic ‘Awesome Oz!’ We made damper bread, lamingtons and tried Vegemite! We also held a cake stall and raised £64.43 which we are donating to the Australian bush fire appeal.

We have been developing our teamwork skills and letting our imaginations run free through ‘Loose Parts’ sessions!

We delivered a whole-school assembly all about the Urdd Eisteddfod!

We have been enjoying spending time with our new well-being dog Dyffi!

Click on the link below to see a short video about our football sessions with Llandudno Football club!

We supported the charity ‘Save the Children’ by wearing Christmas jumpers to school for the day!

After an intense two week swimming course, these pupils passed their National Curriculum Water Safety Award!

Pupils were set a homework project to create a model of the Sydney Opera House as part of our topic Awesome Oz!

These pupils passed their Level 1&2 Cycle Training recently and have learnt how to cycle safely on the road.

We have enjoyed weekly sessions with Llandudno Football Club this term, learning lots of new skills and developing as team players.

Here are our Head Boy, Head Girl, Deputy Head Boy and Deputy Head Girl for this year!

2018 – 2019

Athro dosbarth/Class teacher: Mr Nick Evans

Cymhorthwyon dosbarth/Teaching Assistants: Mrs Gillian Blackwood & Mrs Andrea Seanor


Our day normally starts with a skills session before our Literacy and Mathematics sessions.  Our afternoons are fun-filled sessions based on Science and Topic work.

Our topic this term is ‘Blitz’.  So far we have studied the important dates of World War 2 including ‘The Swansea Blitz’.  We have also visited the Imperial War Museum in Manchester.

Our Science topic this term is ‘Earth and Moon.’

We work closely with Ysgol John Bright on various transition projects, in preparation for our move to the high school in September.

fford dyffryn school with mountains in the background and a playground in the foreground