Prosiectau

Rownd Derfynol Sgiliau’n Sgleinio

Ym mis Mehefin 2012 cynhaliwyd sesiynau olaf y Prosiect All Skilled Up yn Stadiwm Dinas Caerdydd. Partneriaeth fu’r prosiect rhwng Llenyddiaeth Cymru, Tîm Pêl-droed yn y Gymuned Dinas Caerdydd, Adrannau Addysg AALl, Llyfrgelloedd AALl a BSA Cymru.

Daeth cant dau ddeg chwech o blant a phobl ifanc o ysgolion mewn tri awdurdod i stadiwm newydd Dinas Caerdydd i fwynhau diwrnod ysbrydoledig o weithgareddau pêl-droed a chyfleoedd i ysgrifennu’n greadigol. Bu’r disgyblion yn gweithio naill ai â’r bardd a’r awdur adnabyddus, Mike Jenkins, y bardd adnabyddus Patrick Jones, neu’r bardd perfformio Mike Church i greu cerdd bêl-droed newydd. Cawsant hefyd fwynhau helfa drysor fel rhan o daith dywys o amgylch safle’r stadiwm.

Mae’r prosiect wedi cael cyllid gan y Gynghrair Bêl-droed i gyflwyno gweithdai i bron dair mil o ddisgyblion a staff mewn awdurdodau ar draws De-ddwyrain Cymru er mis Ionawr 2009.

Cerddi a grëwyd gyda Mike Jenkins

The Biggest Game

From high seats players like ants

Players scream whilst training for the most important game

As the ball goes in the goals

The players become pros

Manager furious as a spitting lion

Chairs personalised like a secret journal

Players yelling like gorillas

Passes fast as an aeroplane

Blue chairs like sparkling stars

And spread out like to ocean

When the goalie saves it’s like to street dancing

Kicking the ball loud as thunder

Practising for the match like bluebirds trying to fly

Fans clapping louder than a monster chucks wheels

Goalie diving for the ball like a dolphin

In the blue sea

Players like they’re swimming

And screaming like a storm

Crowd laughing like hungry hyenas

And shouting like they’re playing

Drum beating like a humming-bird’s heart beat

Fans roaring with excitement

And as loud as an air horn.

Cornelly Primary School

In Season, Out of Season

Out of season, still as a glass of water

And as blank as a page

As bare as a tree in autumn

Or raging like a blizzard

As deserted as an abandoned gold mine

You can hear a pin drop

Seats as empty as a graveyard

As quiet as a gentle breeze

Like a soft feather landing

Chairs missing people

Like a ghost with no-one to haunt

Like the last person on Earth.

Flags waving like a swarm of wasps

Sirens yelling like a car stuck in traffic

As loud as a wolf howling

People screaming like a Nan winning Bingo

Movement of the players sharp as a shark’s tooth

Crowd’s hearts racing like

They are on a rollercoaster

As wild as a lion chasing prey

Chanting like a tribe to a prisoner in a pot

As exciting as sky-diving

As full as a pint of water.

Afon y Felin

Spot the difference

Seats as bright as fireworks at night

And quiet as bedtime

Deserted as a desert

Pitch clean as a hospital

Windy as a giant breathing

Or like a huge fan

Grass green as on y Ddraig Goch

Sitting high as the sky

As colourful as a rainbow

Patterned as graph paper

Empty like whistling

As hidden as a chameleon

Stadium full as a beehive

Like a happy face when Bluebirds are winning

Busy as a Saturday town

Pitch wet as players sweat

Players fast as cheetahs chasing prey

Fans cheering as loud as a train

And noisy as New York x20

Or a traffic jam

When Cardiff score, the crowd go

Wild as the jungle

Time ticking as scores change

When Cardiff win, rain starts to fall.

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