Helo Cyfeillion y Gwanwyn,
Diolch am eich gwaith caled ar y prosiect Bylbiau'r Gwanwyn i Ysgolion.
Plîs gwiriwch eich cofnodion data a chofnodion blodau'r wythnos hon er mwyn sicrhau bod nhw i gyd yn gywir ac yn gyflawn. Byddaf yn dadansoddi'r canlyniadau dros y gwyliau a chyhoeddi'r enillwyr a gwobrau ar 28 Ebrill. Bydd y tystysgrifau a gwobrau eu hanfon allan erbyn 15 o Fai. Bydd yr adroddiad yn cael ei anfon allan yr wythnos o 15 Fai.
Peidiwch â phoeni os mae rhai planhigion heb flodeuo, bydd y disgyblion hynny dal yn derbyn tystysgrifau. Plîs gofynnwch iddynt gymryd eu planhigion adra a nodi'r dyddiad mae'r planhigion yn blodeuo. Mae hyn yn bwysig gan ein bod yn angen dyddiad blodeuo ar gyfer y Cennin Pedr a'r Crocws o bob disgybl i gyfrifo'r dyddiadau blodeuo cyfartalog ar gyfer eich ysgol.
Bydd pob ysgol hefo cofnodion tywydd a chofnodion blodau llawn, hefo cyfle o ennill taith natur ar gyfer eu dosbarth. Yn flaenorol mae'r enillwyr ar gyfer Lloegr, Yr Alban a Chymru wedi ei phigo o het!
Bydd ysgolion hefo cofnodion data uchel yn ennill hadau.
Bydd pob ysgol sydd yn rhannu ei chofnodion tywydd a chofnodion blodau ar wefan Amgueddfa Cymru yn ennill tystysgrif a phensil Gwyddonydd Gwych.
Mae ceisiadau ar gyfer flwyddyn nesaf yn awr ar agor! Plîs darllenwch y ffurflen yn ofalus.
Mae'r Ymddiriedolaeth Edina yn agor eu ceisiadau i ysgolion yn Rhondda Cynon Taf, Merthyr Tudful a Chonwy. Os yw eich ysgol o un òr ardaloedd hyn a hoffech gymryd rhan yn y prosiect Estyniad Edina yna plîs darllenwch y manylion yma.
Diolch am eich gwaith caled Gyfeillion y Gwanwyn!
Rougemont Junior School: Last week, signing off Professor Plant.
Our Lady of Peace Primary School: We are very sad that this week is the last week of the competition. We really enjoyed it.
Garstang St. Thomas' CE Primary School: Have a lovely Easter Professor! Hope we have helped with your investigation.
Barmston Village Primary School: It's the last week 👍 I hope we win ⚡️⭐️🌟🌙 if we do your the best🔥
Garstang St. Thomas' CE Primary School: wet and warm like the teacher's tea.
Arkholme CE Primary School: This week was very warm. The mystery bulbs have now flowered and there are about two daffodils that have not quite come out yet. We did not get a lot of rainfall due to the nice sun.
Broad Haven Primary School: The last week for our data and we have only missed 2 INSET days and half term when we were not in school . Our mystery bulb flowered on March 27th it is a lovely red tulip Thank you agian for letting us join the project we have enjoyed it. Hope we can join again next year!!
Carnbroe Primary School: It has been mixed weather this week sometimes cold but mostly we can feel it becoming warmer. All our daffodils finally flowered. Some children were disappointed because their crocus did not flower. We are taking our plants home with us. Have a good Easter and thank you for including us in your project.
Carnbroe Primary School: We had mixed weather last week and many of our daffodils have not flowered, yet! It snowed on Tuesday and we sent Professor Bulb photographs of our daffodils and crocus in the snow. By lunchtime the sun was out and had evaporated all the snow. We decided these flowers must be really hardy to survive in the cold.
Stanford in the Vale Primary School: It's been a cold windy week! We cannot believe spring is coming .The clocks go forward this week, looking forward to lighter evenings.
Broad Haven Primary School: The weather is getting better we have been to our beach to do a marine litter pick this week. We have tidied our garden ready to plant vegetables.
Ysgol Glanyfferi: Sadly all of the crocuses have died but some are fighting for their lives
Ysgol Borth y Gest: On Monday two tulips plants appeared. We were all surprised!!!!!!
We have daffodils, crocus and tulips. They look beautiful.
Ysgol Deganwy: Everyone is taking their plant home today
Darran Park Primary: Another 9 have flowered the remainder have no flowers at all.
Darran Park Primary: 12 more crocuses have flowered.
Darran Park Primary: The remainder of the daffodil bulbs have flowered, we have a total 40 flowers together.
Darran Park Primary: All of our daffodil bulbs have flowered, but we are still waiting for our mystery bulbs to flower.
Tonyrefail Primary School: Unfortunately a bug eat some of my plant
Tonyrefail Primary School: Thank you for the bulbs they are good.
Usworth Colliery Primary School: All have grown but no flowers at all as of 30th March.
Rougemont Junior School: Pretty colour
Rougemont Junior School: A small daffodil, did it have too much shade?
Rougemont Junior School: A very tall daffodil, I looked after it well.
Rougemont Junior School: Daffodils are tricky to measure.
Rougemont Junior School: Beautiful!
Wormit Primary School: Very good daffodil :^) !
Arkholme CE Primary School: Our bulbs have flowered including the daffodils and the crocus; and brought them home for mother’s day as a gift. But some of the crocuses are starting to die.
Bellyeoman Primary School: Has lots of leaves but no flower yet.
Broad Haven Primary School: Our daffodils look lovely in their pots and we can see other signs of Spring around our school
Tonyrefail Primary School: My daffodil grew taller than I thought.
Ysgol Deganwy: All of the plants are fully grown.