SCHOOLCHILDREN have taken part in a special day celebrating Welsh culture.
As St David’s Day is on a Saturday after the half-term week, Llay Community Park Primary School decided to hold the Welsh day where pupils went to school dressed as rugby players or in traditional Welsh costume.
The day started with juniors performing a concert for parents where songs and poems were sung in Welsh.
Then in the afternoon the junior classes were given a range of activities to take part in including singing, cooking, crafts, rugby and Welsh folk dancing.
Amanda Williams, headteacher at the school, said: “It was a very colourful day and the children really enjoyed taking part in all the different activities.
“Being a Welsh school to hold days like this are important and keeps the culture and heritage of Wales alive.
“It was fantastic, and I wish all the children a happy St David’s Day.”