Home Page

Latest News & Events Page

Summer Multisports Club @ Rhiwbina Tennis Club🎾⚽️🏏🏃‍♀️🏑

🎾Full day 9am-3pm (Members £20/ Non members £25pp pd)

🎾Half day 9am-12pm (Members £12/ Non members £19pp pd)

🎾Full Week Mon-Fri 9am-3pm (Members £50/ Non members £87. Use as many hours/days as you like) 


Ages 5-12

Week 1 - 25th-29th July 

Week 2 - 15th-19th August 

Week 3 - 29th Aug - 2 Sept 


All booked via LTA clubspark Rhiwbina 

Select: Programme - Junior Category - Summer Multisports Club


For more information please contact Head Coach Tom:




LTA  Coaching Courses @ Rhiwbina Tennis Club🇬🇧🎾🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿


🎾Tots ages 3-4

🎾LTA Youth Blue - Age 4-6.

🎾LTA Youth Red  - Age 6-8.

🎾LTA Youth Orange  - Age 8-9.

🎾LTA Youth Green - Age 9-10.

🎾LTA Youth Yellow  - Age 10+.

🎾LTA Youth Start - includes racket,  tshirt & ball. For complete beginners only. 

🎾Youth Performance Squads

🎾Adult Express. (Beginners)

🎾Adult intermediate & advanced. 

🎾Summer holiday kids club. £50 per week for members. 9am-3pm. Mon -Fri. 

🎾Private lessons. £22 members. 


Please book all courses via LTA clubspark Rhiwbina. Select day & course via this link ⬇️:


Mini & parent memberships are available for £37pa


☀️Adult Summer Membership £50


Please click below to see the Intergenerational Reminiscence Session we enjoyed with Independent Living Services.

Please click below for link to the Intergenerational Reminiscence Session with our school

💕The @WelshBloodService are appealing for donors

Blood is needed 365 days a year, including Christmas Day to help save lives.

 @WelshBlood need to build up blood stocks ahead of a potentially challenging winter for our NHS.

Give someone #thebestgift and book to donate blood today

The South Wales Police & Crime Commissioner wants to hear your views

The Police & Crime Commissioner for South Wales has launched his annual community consultation and is urging people to share their feedback with him before the survey closes on Wednesday 15th December.

The aim of the survey is to understand:

·         The issues worrying or making people feel unsafe where they live, work, or spend time in South Wales

·         How people feel about policing in their local area

·         How people feel about their contributions to local policing through council tax payments

The results from this survey will support the Commissioner in his decision making for setting the 2022/23 police precept and will provide him with a broader understanding of the issues making people feel unsafe and their experiences and perceptions of local policing.


The Commissioner is committed to ensuring he can reflect the views of as many people in the South Wales Police force area as possible and would appreciate your time in sharing your feedback with him.


How you can take part


Click the link (English/Welsh/Easy Read options):


Scan the QR code – 


Request a paper copy – 01656 869366 /







This is an exciting opportunity for any pupils who play... violin, viola, cello, double bass, flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, trumpet, cornet, horn, trombone or percussion.

They have over 120 members aged between 7 and 12.


This year as things are a little different, young musicians are invited to come along and spend an evening with the orchestra, giving them an opportunity to experience playing with the orchestra first hand!

They are appealing to year 6 pupils or below who are approaching grade 1 standard or beyond.

Rehearsals take place every Thursday evening at Whitchurch High School - Lower School site from 5.45pm to 7.15pm.


In the first half of the evening, each instrumental group has tuition from a specialist tutor, before playing together in the full orchestra with the conductor for the second half of the evening,





Talent ID Event Details - Cardiff University Netball Development Centre


Cardiff University Sport is pleased to share details of our Netball Development Centre Talent ID events that will be taking place this November. Following attending these sessions players may be selected to join the Cardiff University Netball Development Centre squads for the 2021-2022 season and participate in our fun weekly training and fixture programme. For information talent ID events are taking place during our normal Netball Development Centre weekly training sessions.


Talent ID Event Details - Friday 5th & 12th November


Age Group

Session Time

Space Availability

Year 3 & 4

5:30 pm - 6:25 pm

Good Availability

Year 5 & 6

5:30 pm - 6:25 pm

Good Availability

  • Players to sign in no earlier than 5 minutes before the session.
  • Players are welcome to attend one or both dates. 
  • Players will need to wear suitable footwear and clothing for indoor netball and bring a drink labelled with their name.


Our sessions will take place indoors in the sport centre at Cardiff University Sports Training Village (Talybont, CF14 3AT).


Register Your Attendance

To book in your daughter please complete our registration form:


Limited places available. We encourage players to register your nomination early to avoid disappointment.


Further Event Information

  • Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, spectators are unable to remain indoors and watch sessions unless necessary for under 11 players.
  • Parents/Guardians must remain contactable during the session in case of emergency.

Nomination Information

  • Deadline for nominations is Wednesday 10th November.
  • Our Talent ID event is open to all netballers of all abilities from Year 3 - Year 6 in the region.
  • Players will be contacted on Monday 15th November regarding any further opportunities they may have with us.
  • Returning Cardiff University Netball Development Centre players from last season DO NOT need to complete this form or register for the talent ID event. These players have been already selected and should attend the sessions as normal.

Welsh in Education Strategic Plan (WESP)

Our Welsh in Education Strategic Plan (WESP) sets out Cardiff’s approach to develop Welsh language provisions from Early Years to beyond statutory schooling in line with the seven well-being goals. This will also work towards the Welsh Government's Cymraeg 2050 Welsh Language Strategy target of 1 million Welsh speakers.


As the capital city of Wales, we want every young person to have the opportunity to hear, speak and enjoy Welsh. We hope that this will allow young people to fully embrace the language as part of our national fabric and recognise its place at the heart of Cardiff.

We want to hear your views on the proposed plan and get your feedback on Welsh within education in Cardiff.


Click here for link...




Rhys ab Owen MS will be holding a Christmas card competition this year for all primary schools in Cardiff!

This will be a competition to design the Christmas card that Rhys will be sending from his office this festive season.

The competition will be open to pupils from all year groups who want to take part, and they can enter individually or in groups.

Here at the details:


  • The theme for the competition is “Christmas in Cardiff”.
  • We encourage bright, colourful designs that celebrate what Christmas in Cardiff means to you.
  • Entries can be in Welsh, English or bilingual.
  • The competition opens on the 18th of October and closes on the 19th of November.
  • The winner will be announced shortly after the closing date.
  • The winner will have their design printed onto the Christmas cards, and will also receive a framed copy.
  • You can submit your entries to this email address:


Rhys ab Owen MS

Calling all parents and carers who use childcare in Wales!


The Welsh Government and local authorities want to hear your thoughts about childcare in your local area. 

Complete this short survey and have your say today. 


We want to understand more about your childcare needs, be it for young children or older children needing before and after school or holiday care.  We want to hear about your experience of finding suitable childcare as this will help us plan for the future.


The survey is open until midnight on 24 October 2021.



The Welsh Ambulance Service have launched a new bilingual gaming app called 'Blue Light Hub' to help children and young people understand what to do in an emergency in a fun and engaging way.

Aimed predominately at 7  to 12 year olds, the Trust's Blue Light Hub app boasts four games, teaches users about what happens when they call 999, the appropriate use of 99, how ambulance resources are dispatched and managed and the different uniforms they might encounter on their NHS journey.

The lightly challenging games allow the user to become familiar with appearances, and take on various roles and challenges carried out by the emergency services. By rewarding players for their efforts with points, level badges, game unlocks and the ability to change their own avatar. The player is encouraged to return to the hub frequently, developing a familiarity with the theme, further encouraging them to make better choices about how to treat the emergency services, and what to do in a difficult situation.

You can download the BLUE LIGHT HUB APP for free on the Apple app store for iOS and on Google Play for a Google Android device by searching 




CMU Survey


Cardiff Metropolitan University, Public Health Wales, and Cardiff & Vale University Health Board have commissioned an independent research agency, Hitch Marketing, to conduct a short survey with South Wales residents to understand people’s physical activity habits.


Communities in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan face multiple challenges to lead active lifestyles and research suggests that physical activity levels have decreased during the lockdown periods across South Wales.


We want to support our residents in the most appropriate way to meet their needs. The results from this survey will inform our approach to support residents in improving their health and wellbeing through physical activity. However, we need your help to reach them.


The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete, and participants will have the opportunity to be entered into a prize draw for a £25 voucher.


Thank you in advance for your support of our campaign.






Welsh Ambulance Service want to ensure that important information was still being shared with our next generation of callers whilst seizing new innovative opportunities and influence positive behaviours.  We are delighted to announce the launch of our new bilingual gaming app Blue Light Hub to help children & young people understand what to do in an emergency in a fun and engaging way.


Aimed predominately at 7-12 year olds, the Trust’s Blue Light Hub app which boasts four games, teach users about what happens when they call 999, the appropriate use of 999, how ambulance resources are dispatched and managed and the different uniforms they might encounter on their NHS journey. The lightly challenging games allows the player to become familiar with appearances, and take on various roles and challenges carried out by the emergency services. By rewarding players for their efforts with points, level badges, game unlocks, and the ability to accessorise their own avatar, the player is encouraged to return to the hub frequently, developing a familiarity with the theme, further encouraging them to make better choices about how to treat the emergency services, and what to do in difficult situations.


You can download the Blue Light Hub app for free on the apple app store for iOS, and on Google Play from a Google Android device by searching for either Blue Light Hub or Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust.





Cardiff Parenting Services


Along with some of our service delivery partners, Cardiff Parenting Services are aiming to enhance our offer of services across Cardiff for parents of children with a range of needs.  In order to do this, we would like to find out what parenting support would be useful for families of children with additional needs and/or disabilities.


Parenting Support may include:

  • Community Groups that you attend with your child (drop-in)
  • Parenting Programmes that you attend with other parents, led by a practitioner and parent (with a commitment for a set number of weeks)
  • Parenting programmes that you access individually with a practitioner (with a commitment for a set number of weeks)

These could be in community setting or online.


To help us understand what parenting support would be useful, please could you complete this parent survey?

It will only take a maximum of 10 minutes of your time. 


The Parent Survey is available in English:


The Parent Survey is available in Welsh:


Cardiff Parenting provide group and one-to-one services to parents in Cardiff with children from 0-18 years. To find out more about what we currently offer, please see Cardiff Parenting 0-18 - Cardiff Family Advice and Support : Cardiff Family Advice and Support (

Other services for parents in Cardiff are available from Cardiff Council, schools, the local Health Board and voluntary or charitable organisations. For example:


The survey is open now and will remain active through July and August 2021.

As the long summer holiday approaches here is some safety information to keep you all safe as you head to the beach.

If you are planning a trip to the beach it is important to remember:-

  • to choose a lifeguarded beach
  • if you get into trouble in the water, float to live
  • in an emergency call 999 for the coastguard
  • inflatable toys are not suitable for use in the sea



For more information on how to stay safe this summer check out our online advice at









If you are looking for something to do in Penarth during the summer holiday then take part in the  RNLI Treasure Hunt to find the china yellow wellies that will once again be in the windows of shops, restaurants and cafes around the town.

Entry forms can be purchased in the RNLI shop on the seafront and at Umpa Lumpa’s in Windsor Arcade.








Rhiwbina Tennis Club 


🎾☀️Tennis Summer Holiday Club 🎾
🎾Ages 6-14
🎾9am-11am every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday of the school holidays.
🎾Starting: Tuesday 20 July - Thursday 2 September.

Please book via LTA clubspark Rhiwbina- coaching- summer holiday club- select day


A Summer of Smiles to make Cardiff's children and young people beam is in store, starting with a fun-packed city centre playscape set to open this week.


A trip to town is about to get a whole lot more exciting for children, with the creation of a family-focussed setting on Churchill Way, with a large ‘Roly Poly Hill' as its centrepiece.


The playscape, which will open on Friday, June 25 is the forerunner for a host of activities and events that will take place across the city throughout the school summer holidays.


‘Summer of Smiles' is being organised by the Council, with support from key partners, as part of the Council's Child Friendly pandemic recovery agenda and to commend the achievements and resilience of every child and young person in the city throughout the difficult past year and more.


The programme of activities is designed to encourage children to play, move and actively enjoy themselves after the long periods of lockdowns and distance learning.


This recovery, and summer plans, closely align with Cardiff's ambition to be recognised as a Child Friendly City, and its preparations to submit for Child Friendly City recognition later this year, as recommended by the UK Committee for UNICEF.


Follow the Council's social media channels over the coming weeks for more news about Summer of Smiles - coming to a part of the city near you soon!!


To find out more about Child Friendly Cardiff, please visit



Mae rhaglen Gwên o Haf wedi'i pharatoi i wneud i blant a phobl ifanc Caerdydd wenu o glust i glust, gan ddechrau â thirwedd chwarae canol dinas llawn hwyl, sydd i agor wythnos hon.


Bydd mynd i dre yn llawer mwy cyffrous i blant nawr, ar ôl i leoliad yn benodol i deuluoedd wedi'i greu yn Ffordd Churchill, gyda ‘Bryn Roli Poli' mawr yn y canol.


Y dirwedd chwarae, a gaiff ei hagor ddydd Gwener 25 Mehefin, yw'r cyntaf o gyfres o weithgareddau a digwyddiadau a gynhelir ledled y ddinas drwy gydol gwyliau'r ysgol.


Trefnir 'Gwên o Haf' gan y Cyngor, gyda chefnogaeth partneriaid allweddol, yn rhan o agenda Da i Blant y Cyngor i adfer o'r pandemig a'i nod yw canmol cyflawniadau a gwydnwch pob plentyn a pherson ifanc yn y ddinas drwy'r flwyddyn anodd ddiwethaf a mwy.


Dyluniwyd y rhaglen weithgareddau i annog plant i chwarae, symud a mwynhau eu hunain yn ar ôl y cyfnodau hir o gloi a dysgu o bell.


Mae'r adferiad, a'r cynlluniau haf, yn cydweddu'n agos ag uchelgais Caerdydd i gael ei chydnabod fel Dinas sy'n Dda i Blant, a'i pharatoadau i gyflwyno cais am gydnabyddiaeth fel Dinas sy'n Dda i Blant yn nes ymlaen eleni, fel y'i hargymhellir gan Bwyllgor UNICEF y DU.


Dilynwch sianeli cyfryngau cymdeithasol y Cyngor dros yr wythnosau nesaf am ragor o newyddion am Wên o Haf - yn dod yn rhan o'r ddinas yn agos atoch yn fuan!


I gael gwybod mwy am Gaerdydd sy'n Dda i Blant, ewch I




Cardiff Hubs and Libraries Harry Potter Night event.

We will have a range of fun activities based on the shops in Diagon Alley. 

Families can register to take part here:

Is your child a gamer? Get Safe Online are running a series of webinars to help you ensure that your child is Gaming4Good.

Like many other things children do online, gaming has undergone a massive increase in popularity since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, as a result of more time spent at home and restrictions on physical social contact.

Get Safe Online are running a campaign in June to challenge the commonly held traditional view that children’s gaming is largely a negative thing.

As part of this they are running three, 1 hour webinars, each tailored for parents/carers of children of different age groups.

  • Thursday June 17, 10am – 11am: parents and carers with children 2 to 12-years-old
  • Thursday June 24, 10am – 11am: parents and carers with children aged 12 to 15-years-old
  • Wednesday June 30, 10am-11am: parents and carers with children aged 15 to 18-years-old

Find out more and how to register on the Get Safe Online website.

They have also create a short leaflet ‘Your child and online gaming: what you need to know’.


👩👦Parents and carers of Cardiff school children!


🚸 We want to know how you feel about the school run.


💨 Do you find it a stressful start to the day or is it a walk in the park?


😷 Perhaps the way you travel to school has changed since the start of the pandemic?


Please share your school run experiences by completing our short survey here


🛴 Mum of two Stef, tells us how small changes to school journey have had a big impact on the whole family here.



👩👦 Rhieni a Gofalwyr plant ysgol Caerdydd!


🚸 Rydyn ni’n awyddus i glywed eich barn ar y daith i’r ysgol.


💨 A yw’n llawn straen neu’n brofiad hawdd i chi? 


😷 Efallai bod y ffordd rydych chi’n teithio i’r ysgol wedi newid ers dechrau’r pandemig?


Rhannwch eich profiadau o’ch taith i’r ysgol drwy gwblhau ein harolwg byr yma



🛴 Mae mam i ddau, Stef, yn egluro sut mae newidiadau bach i’r daith i’r ysgol wedi cael effaith fawr ar y teulu cyfan yma.






Sport Cardiff in partnership with DanceFit are looking to get pupils dancing again after lockdown!  

We are hosting a virtual DANCE competition open to both primary and secondary pupils regardless of age or previous dance experience.

There will be two challenges to enter. Pupils can enter one or both challenges

Competition 1- CHOREOGRAPH A 40 to 50 SECOND ROUTINE TO A SONG OF YOUR CHOICE - Any style of dance is allowed

Competition 2- LEARN THE ROUTINE CREATED BY DANCE FIT (see video link below)


The choreographed dance files for competition 2 :

Primary: Dua Lipa - Don’t Start Now (starting at 0:33)



Pupils have 4 weeks to practice and submit their video(s) entries via WeTransfer to :

Dance Fit Email:  

along with their completed consent form.


Pupils must ask their parent or guardian to complete the consent form attached to this email. No consent form = no entry. 

 (Please include your Name, School and clarification on which competition challenge entry) 

 Judging will take place over half term and results/winners will then be released on social media along with a collaborated montage on all entries when schools return. 



If you or a parent have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch!

We are looking forward to your entries. Let the dancing commence. 




Still image for this video
Primary: Dua Lipa - Don’t Start Now (starting at 0:33)
















The Cardiff Family Advice and Support Team have developed an animated video to showcase the support on offer to children, young people and families across the city.


The video highlights the range of existing and new services on offer, enabling the team to help more people than ever before.


Their designated helpline, the Cardiff Family Gateway, currently takes over 12,000 calls and emails a year, providing information and advice on the following:


·       Family life

·       Child behaviour

·       Childcare

·       Parental support

·       School attendance

·       Employment, money and housing

·       Information and signposting to other services. Plus much more!


Since the launch of Cardiff Family Advice and Support the team have also expanded and have welcomed a team of Police Community Support Officers, Primary Mental Health Specialists and Family Help Disability Advisers. 


To support this important service, please share the video with children, young people, families, colleagues, partners, as well as any social networks.


Visit for further information or contact the team directly:



Telephone: 03000 133 133.


Social media



Twitter @CardiffCFAS


Mae Tîm Cyngor a Chymorth i Deuluoedd Caerdydd wedi datblygu fideo wedi'i animeiddio i ddangos y cymorth sydd ar gael i blant, pobl ifanc a theuluoedd ar draws y ddinas.


Mae'r fideo'n amlygu'r ystod o wasanaethau presennol a newydd sydd ar gael, gan alluogi'r tîm i helpu mwy o bobl nag erioed o'r blaen.


Ar hyn o bryd mae eu llinell gymorth ddynodedig, Porth i Deuluoedd Caerdydd, yn cymryd dros 12,000 o alwadau ac e-byst y flwyddyn, gan roi gwybodaeth a chyngor ar y canlynol:


·       Bywyd teulu

·       Ymddygiad plant

·       Gofal plant 

·       Cymorth i rieni

·       Presenoldeb yn yr ysgol

·       Cyflogaeth, arian a thai

·       Gwybodaeth a chyfeirio at wasanaethau eraill A llawer mwy!


Ers lansio Cyngor a Chymorth i Deuluoedd Caerdydd mae’r tîm hefyd wedi ehangu a chroesawu tîm o Swyddogion Cymorth Cymunedol yr Heddlu, Arbenigwyr Iechyd Meddwl Cynradd ac Ymgynghorwyr Anabledd Helpu Teuluoedd. 


I gefnogi'r gwasanaeth pwysig hwn, rhannwch y fideo gyda phlant, pobl ifanc, teuluoedd, cydweithwyr, partneriaid, yn ogystal ag unrhyw rwydweithiau cymdeithasol.


Ewch gael rhagor o wybodaeth neu cysylltwch â'r tîm yn uniongyrchol:



Ffôn: 03000 133 133.


Cyfryngau Cymdeithasol



Twitter @CardiffCFAS






Kicking off Against Cancer is a Cancer Charity based in South Wales.

They raise money to send those diagnosed with cancer on memory making experiences.

This month they are holding a competition to 'Draw Our Mascot' a chance for children to get creative and also be in with a chance to win a £100 voucher to spend at Lego or Disney Stores.


Click here to access their website:



School Admission Arrangements 2022-2023


Further to the email below, the School Admission Arrangements 2022-2023 were considered by the Council Cabinet at its meeting on 18 March 2021.


At this meeting the Cabinet agreed the School Admission Arrangements 2022/2023 as set out in the Admission Policy 2022/2023.


Details can be found on the Council website via the link below:

Or click on the link below to view a PDF copy.


If you have any queries regarding this please contact the Schools Organisation Programme Team on 029 2087 2720 or via email at

PDF Copy of School Admission Policy 2022-2023

Join Earth Hour and help Cardiff become a One Planet City





Earth Hour is the moment millions come together for nature, people, and the planet. In previous years, an estimated half a million people across Wales took part and iconic landmarks across the world – including right here in Cardiff - switched off their lights for an hour to stand in solidarity with the planet.  





This year we’ll once again be turning off the lights at Cardiff Castle and City Hall, but we’re also encouraging staff to take part at home.


The impact of individual actions might seem small but collectively they can inspire change and if we are to achieve the aim, set out in the recent One Planet Cardiff strategy, of Cardiff being carbon neutral by 2030, we’re all going to have to play our part and make changes to our lifestyles. Why not join us this weekend, by taking part in Earth Hour?


To get involved, simply switch off any non-essential lights at 8.30pm on Saturday 27th March.


If you can’t switch off your lights, or want to do more, why not: 


·         Take a ‘Wales for Our World’ quiz.

·         Get creative and make a lantern or puppet and use a torch to bring them to life.

·         Catch up on David Attenborough’s ‘A Life on Our Planet’ if you have Netflix.

·         Download the WWF Footprints App. Sign up to an Earth Hour challenge and discover how you can make a difference, one step at a time.


Find out more about Earth Hour, here:

Healthy School Snacks

Click here to open the Healthy School Snacks poster

Welsh Rugby legend Sam Warburton has had many titles in his career – a Grand Slam, the Six Nations, youngest ever World Cup captain – and now he’s retired, Cardiff Dogs Home Ambassador.

It’s this new role that is the focus of Sam’s attention now, as he’s joined forces with local registered charity The Rescue Hotel to try to raise £500,000 to refurbish the kennels at Cardiff Dogs Home, which looks after up to 1000 stray dogs from Cardiff a year.

Sam talks about the fundraiser in this video clip


To donate, please visit:

Sam said: “I’ve had dogs my whole life. I’ve had two dogs from Cardiff Dogs Home in the family, and the happiness they’ve brought has been unbelievable.

“One of the things I always wanted to do when I finished my playing career was help the local dogs home. The dogs in there all deserve a good life and I really want to play a part in doing that for them.”

“Some dogs board in there for 12 months until they find their forever home, so hopefully we can raise as much money as possible and give them a lovely environment to stay in.”

The Dogs Home, which has received at least one RSPCA PawPrints Award every year since 2008 in recognition of its standards, is supported by ‘The Rescue Hotel’, a charity which was set up in April last year to raise funds for additional services, such as qualified behaviourists for dogs awaiting rehoming, and run by Cardiff Council.


For more info about The Rescue Hotel, please visit:

Or follow:


Rhiwbina Tennis Club, Cardiff. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧


LTA Youth Coaching Courses

Starting from Monday 12th April.

🎾Blue stage - Age 4-6.

🎾Red stage - Age 6-8.

🎾Orange stage - Age 8-9.

🎾Green stage - Age 9-10.

🎾Yellow stage - Age 10+.

🎾Adult Express.

🎾Adult - Pair & Play.


Bookings via LTA clubspark Rhiwbina.


🐣 Easter Holiday Club 🐣

Starting from Monday 29th March. 

🎾Ages 6-11. 9am-11am.

🎾Ages. 4-5. 11.15am - 12.15pm.

🎾Private lessons 9am - 5pm


Adult Spring Offer

£50 membership (April-June)


ITF Seniors World Tour 🌎🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿


Ages 30-90.





Join Amgueddfa Cymru and take part in the Big Museum Easter Trail from your own home!

Here's a taster of what’s included:


  • Decorate your Easter egg templates ready for your trail      
  • Make an Easter basket to collect your eggs.   
  • Solve the clues to find each egg.   
  • Crack the password to unlock your Easter activity pack full of eggcellent craft activities.     
  • Bake and decorate some tasty Easter biscuits.   
  • Try dyeing some eggs with things already in your kitchen.
  • Learn about how people in Wales used to celebrate Easter.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Tickets are £2 for the whole family (not including ticket fee and VAT)

We’d like to offer you a 10% discount with code SIOCLED10

Just type this code into the promo code box to unlock the discounted tickets

All materials and activities supplied for this event will be bilingual (Welsh & English).

For details and tickets: Helfa Basg Fawr yr Amgueddfa: GARTREF|The Big Museum Easter Trail: AT HOME Tickets, Sat 27 Mar 2021 at 11:00 | Eventbrite

Cardiff councils Childrens play services


Cardiff councils childrens play services, are conducting a survey with children in Cardiff to find out what play opportunities they have and how the lockdown period has effected those opportunities. The survey is part of the welsh governments Play Sufficiency Assessment , the assessment process will support childrens play across the all councils in wales and help to guide the decision makers to take a play friendly approach to decisions.

They feel that getting children’s point of view is important to enable them to get a picture of what it is like to play in Cardiff/Wales and that they have a right to be heard. 

If you would like to particpate then please see the two links below, one in english and one in welsh. 



Here's the link to the form "Play questionnaire for children and young people.":   



Here's the link to the form "Holiadur chwarae ar gyfer plant a phobl ifanc.":  


 Children's Play Services

Cardiff Council


Cardiff Youth Service and Cardiff Commitment have developed a series of challenges to keep young people and their families engaged in new and fun interests, aside from the amount of time they are taking part in digital activities, to enhance wellbeing.


The two teams have worked together to come up with a February challenge, which encourages young people to learn new skills, remain physically and mentally active and to tap into their creative sides.


Children and young people can do the challenges on their own, with other family or household members, or virtually with friends, helping them to stay connected despite the current lock down.


Young people taking part also have the chance to win a £30 Just Eat voucher, by sharing their challenges on Instagram using the tags @CardiffYouthService and #CYSGetCreative.


Cardiff Youth Service also have many other activities and support on offer on their website: and on their social media channels:
Facebook  @CardiffYouthService

Twitter  @YouthCardiff


The Cardiff Commitment supports the vision that the public, private and third sectors will work in partnership, with schools and education providers, to connect children and young people to the vast range of opportunities available in the world of work. Find out more:

Click on image to enlarge.

Sport Cardiff are conducting a survey for all parents in Cardiff to gain insight around their swimming experiences.

We aim to use the insight collected to design new, evidence based services for the families of Cardiff.


Please can you help us share the survey amongst your network.


Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation.

Northwood have kindly offered to support us again this year with 50 Christmas boards. For every board we display in the community, Northwood will donate £10 to the PTA.

If you are able to display a board outside your home please download and complete the attached form and email it to ASAP!

Boards will go up from 5th December and come down during the 1st week in January.  (Board design attached).

Please support us if you can and help raise £500 for the school. 

Many Thanks

Your PTA


Wanted: Little Litter Heroes! Sign up today!

As the city continues to adapt to a local lockdown, you may be stuck for ideas for your kids on the weekends and after school.


If you have kids under 16, why not help them become a Litter Hero?


Love Where You Live has launched a brand new Litter Hero scheme and would love as many young people as possible to get involved.


If you are under 16 and love helping to keep the streets of Cardiff clean, this is the activity for you!


You can keep track of the litter picking hours you complete with our handy Litter Hero stamp card and will receive a certificate for 10 hours, 25 hours and 50 hours of litter picking completed.  You will also get rewarded with prizes too!


So, why not sign-up today? Parents or guardians just need to complete the quick form here:


If you’re an adult you can sign-up to be a Love Where You Live Litter Champion too. This will mean you are fully insured by the Council when out and about (as long as you follow our safe working guidelines), and we can provide you with pink volunteers bags.


To find out more get in touch on or call 029 2071 7564.


What’s your story?


If you or your team have a Working For Cardiff story to tell, send photos and a brief description to


#WorkingForCardiff #WorkingTogether ​


Yn eisiau: Arwyr Sbwriel Bach! Cofrestrwch heddiw!

Wrth i'r ddinas barhau i addasu i’r cyfnod cloi lleol, mae’n bosibl y byddwch yn brin o syniadau am bethau i’w gwneud gyda'ch plant ar y penwythnosau ac ar ôl ysgol.


Os oes gennych blant dan 16 oed, beth am eu helpu i ddod yn Arwr Sbwriel?


Mae Carwch eich Cartref wedi lansio ein cynllun Arwr Sbwriel newydd sbon a byddem wrth ein bodd yn cynnwys cymaint o bobl ifanc â phosibl.


Os ydych dan 16 oed ac wrth eich bodd yn helpu i gadw strydoedd Caerdydd yn lân yna dyma dasg i chi!


Gallwch gadw golwg ar yr oriau rydych yn eu treulio’n casglu sbwriel gyda'n cerdyn stamp Arwr Sbwriel defnyddiol a byddwch yn derbyn tystysgrif am 10 awr, 25 awr a 50 awr o gasglu sbwriel wedi'u cwblhau.  Byddwch yn derbyn gwobrau hefyd!


Felly, beth am gofrestru heddiw? Mae angen i rieni neu warcheidwaid lenwi'r ffurflen gyflym yma:


Ac os ydych chi'n oedolyn gallwch gofrestru i fod yn Ymgyrchydd Sbwriel Carwch eich Cartref hefyd. Bydd hyn yn golygu eich bod wedi'ch yswirio'n llawn gan y Cyngor pan fyddwch allan (cyn belled â'ch bod yn dilyn ein canllawiau gweithio diogel), a gallwn roi bagiau gwirfoddolwyr pinc i chi.


I gael gwybod mwy cysylltwch â ni ar neu ffoniwch 029 2071 7564.


Beth yw eich stori chi?


Os oes gennych chi neu eich tîm stori Gweithio Dros Gaerdydd i'w rhannu, anfonwch luniau a disgrifiad byr i


#GweithioDrosGaerdydd #GweithioGydanGilydd





Cardiff City FC Foundation











are continuing their commitment to supporting children, young people and families to lead healthier and more active lives through our digital parental physical activity support sessions. These sessions are being run as part of the NSPCC 2020 Parents in sport week. (


The aim of the sessions are to discussions and provide examples of:

  • Different ways to stay active           
  • Fun activities to stay active                                                       
  • Providing activities on how to improve fine motor skills, for example throwing and catching.
  • Improving balance, coordination and agility (A, B, C’s)
  • Motivating children to be physically active
  • Understanding the reasons why we should be physically active         


Sessions are running on the following times and dates:

  • Monday 5th October – 4pm
  • Tuesday 6th October – 10am
  • Thursday 8th October – 4pm


Parents are able to register on the below link:




Latest issue of the bilingual online newspaper Y Cliciadur/Clic-It Cymru.   


The resource is available for free from the HWB website:

Please click on the link to view the ‘back to school’ issue of 'Families - Cardiff & Vale' Magazine 



The link to the magazine is: