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The future generation in time with the beat of their ancestors

The future generation in time with the beat of their ancestors

Cila primary school

Portals to the past. ……..Make and break,,……..Neolithic ceremony…….Trance dance……………….

Transformative!

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Zn-1WS7T45k

Knights damsels and dragons @ Cardiff castle

Gwyrosydd Primary school created and recorded marvellous, mythical, meandering tales where the princess saved the day! And all done in just over an hour!! The children and teachers were as magical as their wonderful stories.

Here is one of the recordings.Knights may

Hendygwyn, Whitland abbey

What a way to finish the school visits! Ysgol Hendygwyn were techno wizards by the time we left! The children also performed a special ceremony returning the tile momentarily back to its rightful place in the abbey church. A moment in time not to be forgotten. Their prayers were heartfelt.

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Stepping back in time at Talley

Visiting Talley was a special moment because my grandfather was Headteacher of the school and my mum went there as a pupil between 1949 and 1954. We really felt like we were reaching out and touching the past in all sorts of ways. The children and teachers were great! It was very moving and inspiring being in Talley. The abbey itself was still and peaceful. Role-play and meditation was the order of the day from the children!

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Songs from songs from stones 2012

Ysgol Hendy GwynYsgol Mynachlog NeddYsgol Y Dderi CerddYsgol Llanduddoch sea shantyYsgol Talyllychau song

Cerdd am Cymru

Ysgol Y Dderi made up prayers and poetry for the princes and for Wales. They performed a ceremony at the altar near to where the Welsh medieval princes (or kings) are buried.