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Tyrd i mewn, mae yma groeso,
aelwyd gynnes dan un to,
yma mae pob un yn cyfrif,
a phawb yn arwr yn ei dro…
fel y rhai a fu o’th flaen di
yn codi llais yn erbyn trefn,
gelli dithau ddangos ochr,
weithiau rhaid cael asgwrn cefn…
cofia daith yr afon Ddyrfdwy,
tarddu’n fychan rhwng y brwyn,
weithiau’n droellog, weithiau’n
ond yn ei dafnau, dawns a swyn,
a’r Tryweryn - yn ei halaw,
y llon a’r lleddf ynghlwm i gyd,
ond ynddi nid oes nodyn chwerw,
dy annog mae i herio’r byd.
a phan fyddi’n cael dy amau
yn gorfod sefyll dros y gwir,
cei o’th gylch gadernid Berwyn,
a doethineb hen ei thir…
A phan ddaw dy dro i adael,
cwyd dy ben, rho wên i’r byd,
a chofia fod yng Ngodre’r Berwyn,
ddrws ar agor i bawb o hyd.
Ysgol Godre’r Berwyn
Ysgol Godre’r Berwyn © 2020 Website designed and maintained by H G Web Designs
Welcome to Ysgol Godre’r Berwyn
Our aim is to develop a school that puts children first, respecting and extending each
individual to their full potential. This in turn will help develop principled, enterprising and
ambitious young people who will always give their best.
Our aim is to create a happy school where everyone, children and adults, do their best at all
times, are enthusiastic and care for each other, taking advantage of every opportunity and
experience to learn and to enrich their lives.
Children who are happy work better because they feel secure. If they are respected by their
parents and teachers, they show respect in return and are more eager to please. We also
endeavour to ensure that we are prepared to listen to children, not just to hear them, and will
also be fair at all times. This does not mean treating every child exactly the same at all times.
Every child must be treated according to his/her needs and own unique personality. We aim
to encourage children to become responsible members of their own school and community
and to become persons who are considerate of others and of their environment. We aim to
provide every pupil with the best education possible.
We attempt to respect the ideas of every adult and child within the school, further developing
the practise of supporting each other in all aspects of school activities.
A close relationship between the home and school is essential, and we know that we will have
your co-operation to ensure this. If you have any questions or further enquiries on any
matter, you are welcome to contact the school at any time – the door is always open.
Bethan Emyr Jones
“Pan fo brwydrau yn y byd,
Godre’r Berwyn gwyn eu byd”