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Ysgol Gatholig Joseff Sant.

We grow together in God’s love as we pray, learn and play

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    St Joseph's Catholic Primary School
    Ysgol Gatholig Joseff Sant.

    We grow together in God’s love as we pray, learn and play

    Dyn ni’n tyfu gyda ‘n gilyddd mewn cariad Duw wrth i ni weddio, dysgu a chwarae

    Diff Diaries

    The ‘Diff Diaries’ Project

     

    MORE INFORMATION AND THE DIARY TEMPLATES ARE ON THE 'HOME LEARNING HUB', 'ADDITIONAL RESOURCES', 'DIFF DIARIES'. 

     

    Share Your Lockdown Story

    The coronavirus has rapidly changed life as we know it in Cardiff  and The ‘Diff Diaries will bring children and young people together for voices to be heard, stories to be told and experiences to be understood for generations to come.

    The ‘Diff Diaries will provide lots of opportunities to develop creative skills!

     

    How to get involved:

    • Videos
    • Written Diaries
    • Collages

    How to Enter

    The project is open to children and young people aged 7-16 years old and parental consent will be required for all entries.

     

    Entries can be submitted weekly via Hwb, and children and young people will need a Hwb email in order to enter ‘Diff Diaries. If you have forgotten your Hwb email please contact your school and if you need help with this please contact: cardiffcommitment@cardiff.gov.uk

     

    To find out more information and how to submit an entry please visit:

    https://sites.google.com/hwbcymru.net/the-covid-19-diff-diaries/home

     

    The project will come to an end one month after all schools re-open for statutory education.

     

    Highlights of the entries will be shared weekly via the Cardiff Council and Cardiff Commitment social media channels using the hashtag:

     

    #TheDiffDiaries #DyddiaduronDiff

     

    If you have any questions about ‘The ‘Diff Diaries’ please email: cardiffcommitment@cardiff.gov.uk or contact us on 07790819982

     

    Follow Us:

    Facebook – Cardiff Commitment https://www.facebook.com/cardiff.commitment.77

    Instagram – CardiffCommitment https://www.instagram.com/cardiffcommitment/

    Twitter - @CdfCommitment https://twitter.com/CdfCommitment

     

    www.cardiffcommitment.co.uk

     

    To see what children and young people have been up to whilst in lockdown and view all our Diff Diaries entries go to the following link:

    https://sites.google.com/hwbcymru.net/the-covid-19-diff-diaries/entries

     

    To submit your Diff Diary entry please go to the following link:

    https://sites.google.com/hwbcymru.net/the-covid-19-diff-diaries/home

     

    To see this week’s Diff Diary entries Best Bits go to the following link:

    Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/520998734707256/posts/1761533120653805/?sfnsn=scwspmo&extid=B0YpvePjSUZhtSOH&d=n&vh=e

     

    The Ideas World Cup

     

    A Cardiff 15 year old has made it to the final of the Ideas World Cup and needs your vote to win!

    Shivam who is a Cardiff Youth Council member and has come up with the ‘Virtual City Runs’ idea of holding virtual half marathons and runs in the global competition to reduce the impact of Covid-19. If he wins Shivam will get help to put his ideas into reality, showing the world that Cardiff has some great young people with fantastic ideas! Vote by midnight May 20. Register to vote: https://ideasworldcup.creative-os.com/registerhttps://ideasworldcup.creative-os.com/register

     

    See Shivam’s full idea here: https://ideasworldcup.creative-os.com/chg/challenge/reto-covid-19/ideas/virtual-city-runs

     

    S4C Competition

    Have you enjoyed being part of the ‘Diff Diaries project? Have you an idea for TV programme?

     

    S4C is delighted to be part of the See Yourself on Screen Challenge initiative, launched by the BFI on 13/05. The challenge calls on young people aged 4-18 from across the UK to develop a mini-TV show they can film at home while on lockdown. The winning entrants will receive expert tuition before their mini-TV show is aired on national television by the end of the year.

     

    Sioned Wyn Roberts, S4C’s Children’s Commissioner is judging the Welsh language submissions. Further details of the scheme including how to apply are HERE [Welsh instructions on a tab top right hand side].

     

    The closing date is Monday 25 May, so time is tight!

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