Schoolovision 2015

Back for the 7th year running, Schoolovision is a primary schools' version of the Eurovision Song Contest.

Wales

 

Llangewydd Junior School are returning for the 7th year as the Welsh entry to Schoolovision. We've had a lot of fun in the past singing in Welsh for the rest of Europe. We've had good results and some not so good, but having fun with this great project is what it's all about! 

And here is our entry for 2015...

 

This is a revisit to our very first entry to the very first Schoolovision.

Sospan fach is a traditional Welsh song. 

It is one of the best-known and most often sung songs in the Welsh language.

The song catalogues the troubles of a harassed housewife. The song is associated with the rugby union club Llanelli RFC and, more recently, the Scarlets regional rugby side. The association derives from Llanelli's tin plate industry, which used to tin-plate steel saucepans and other kitchen utensils as a cheap supply to the British public. 

 

We hope you enjoyed watching our entry and hope you leave comments here (Thanks Steffen for the Padlet idea!)...

 

 

Check out our school website:

www.llangewydd.co.uk

You can find all of our Schoolovision entries here.

Author: Andrew Smith
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