Powys: Diwrnod Ym Mywyd

2002

In English

Hafan

Addysg

Amodau Cymdeithasol

Bywyd yn y Cartref

Cyfathrebu

Cyfraith a Threfu

Cymuned

Diwylliant

Gofal Iechyd

Gwaith

Powys: Y Pryd Hynny a Nawr

Trafnidiaeth


Mynegai




E-bost

Addysg

Athrawon eraill

Athrawon dawns a anfonodd ddyddiaduron. Roedd ei hysgol ddawns ei hun gan un:

  • I am a self employed dance teacher running my own school. I spent the morning at home doing paperwork and preparing lessons. In the afternoon I travelled to --- Primary School to teach children tap and ballet. I then returned home where I taught three children, giving them private lessons each.

Roedd yr ail yn gweithio mewn ysgol uwchradd:

  • I teach dance - all the pupils, boys and girls in the first three years of high school have to do it. It's hard work - the culture is against boys dancing - but I try to make it fun and exciting and a challenge. I haven't failed yet! I also teach maths to 2 groups who really struggle, again hard work. I wouldn't really want to do anything else!
nodwydd wnio

Roedd un ddynes wedi ymddeol wedi bod yn dysgu pwnc a oedd ar agenda 1891

  • In the afternoon went to school to do sewing with the children.

Ac un arall

  • Gave a piano lesson to a sweet friend of 83, between 11.30 and 1 o'clock . . . Back home in time for a quick cup of tea before my first piano pupil arrives from local school, ½ hour each lesson - the next for a theory lesson. The next three from local schools. This brings me to 6.30, the evening's teaching over.

Athrawes gyflenwi oedd un arall

  • Walk down to ------Primary School to discuss teaching day tomorrow (I am a supply teacher, covering for other teacher's absences).

Y ddynes hon oedd cadeirydd llywodraethwyr un ysgol

  • 11 o'clock school (chairman of governors) a history day photo call, shown different class projects, very interesting, children enjoying themselves.
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    The diarist in her Welsh Costume

 

Roedd dynes arall, er ei bod wedi ymddeol o fod yn athrawes, yn helpu allan mewn ysgol leol:

  • I dressed up in my Welsh costume and walked through the town on my way to the local primary school. A few tourists asked if they could take my photograph. The school-children were enjoying a History Day. My Welsh costume is over 100 years old and has been handed down in my family. It is from Carmarthenshire. All the children sat in the school hall. I told them all about the old clothes - the flannel skirt, the aprons and the woollen shawls. I showed them how to nurse a baby in the 'Welsh fashion'. The hat is made of beaver skin and is about 120 years old.

    The children were very interested. I did enjoy myself. What a lovely afternoon!



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