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Ffa-la-la has created a methodology that focuses on developing and improving Welsh language skills, and pupils will have FUN doing it!Contact us
Since introducing Ffa-la-la, the children’s understanding of Welsh has increased. We have Reception children who are now using Welsh incidentally in a variety of situations in class.
Jennifer Scott, Headteacher at Ninian Park Primary
We saw a significant improvement in the children’s confidence as they used the language patterns. Ffa-la-la’s teaching resources are also excellent.
Catrin Evans, Headteacher at Ysgol Cwmbrân
Since participating in Ffa-la-la workshops both pupils and teachers are more enthusiastic about the Welsh language and are more confident to get involved with incidental Welsh around school. The songs have really stuck with the children. I regularly hear them in the playground singing the songs with one another, which is lovely to hear and something that wasn’t happening before we started using Ffa-la-la. For us as teachers, it means they’re actively reinforcing their language patterns and meeting Welsh government requirements in a way that they enjoy.
Miss Moore, Welsh language Co-ordinator
Ffa-la-la has been inspirational for our staff and children
Kate Parry, Childcare Development Officer for Bridgend County
I would highly recommend Ffa-la-la. The children got so much out of this way of teaching Welsh.
Foundation Phase teacher at Twyn School, Caerphilly
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The Ffa-la-la programme gives pupils a great opportunity to develop communication skills in Welsh. Our programme aims to improve skill and use of the language so that pupils can speak Welsh confidently in and out of the classroom.
Yes. Please get in touch here and we’ll send you a free taster video.
Our programme of workshops encourage the pupils to enjoy learning Welsh and therefore helps to promote a strong Welsh ethos within the school. Typically, schools can use Ffa-la-la workshops to collect photos, videos and testimonials from pupils and include these in the school’s evidence portfolio.
Every year group.
Songs,movement, parachute and musical activities for Nursery-Year 2. For Year 3-6 we focu son using Drama and music to develop Oracy. Each workshops focuses on different language patterns.
Up to 40 minutes. This depeneds on how many workshops we host a day.
Yes. The resources comprise of;
Videos: Music videos and sketches for you to view with your pupils.
Songs – The songs used have been specifically arranged to aid the teaching of each language pattern. Both vocal and instrumental versions of each song are provided to allow practitioners the freedom to adapt the words and have fun with the music. Included in the resource, alongside the written lyrics of the songs, is a glossary of words and the phonetic spellings.
Activities – We have created lively activities that are stimulating and further enrich the pupils’ knowledge and understanding of each language pattern. Some activities have music-based approaches, using rhythm and repetition. Other activities are based around circle-time activities, allowing pupils to have shared responsibility for the outcome. Some are drama based.
Written activities – Our written activities further develop pupils’ understanding of the simple sentence structures. These appealing activities can be adapted, based on the pupils’ abilities in each class and are for two groups of different ability.
There are no minimum or maximum numbers.
We run workshops in the school hall or in clasrooms.
We will provide you with an invoice on the first day of workshops.
£350 a day
Of course. Please see our testimonials.
Get in touch and we will send you a link to our membership site and you can purchase the programme of workshops. If you have more questions, please get in touch with us and we’d be happy to talk over the phone.