FA Wales troll ‘One Britain One Nation’ by calling for school kids to sing Welsh anthem on Friday
The Welsh national football team has trolled the UK Government’s ‘One Britain One Nation’ push by calling on school kids to sign the Welsh national anthem on Friday.
The UK Government said yesterday that they wanted school children across Wales to take part in the ”One Britain One Nation’ on Friday, which included singing a ‘We are Britain’ anthem as part of an event that will teach them about the UK’s “shared values”.
The ‘One Britain One Nation’ day on Friday included singing the song “We are Britain and we have one dream to unite all people in one Great Team”.
Today, the Welsh national football team social media account put up their own contrary message callling on Wales’ school kids to sign Hen Wlad fy Nhadau instead.
“Ahead of our UEFA EURO 2020 match against Denmark on Saturday, we would love to see the support of our fans across Cymru,” they said.
“We would like schools across the country to sing Mae Hen Wlad fy Nhadau with pride this Friday morning and send us your clips for a special compilation to be created ahead of matchday. Canwch gydag angerdd, dros Gymru.”
— Wales 🏴 (@Cymru) June 23, 2021
Yesterday the UK Government’s Department for Education had put out a message saying: “We’re encouraging schools across the UK to celebrate One Britain One Nation Day on 25 June, when children can learn about our shared values of tolerance, kindness, pride and respect.”
The Welsh Government later slapped down a Westminster plan for school children in Wales to celebrate ‘One Britain One Nation Day’.
A spokesperson for the Welsh Government told Nation.Cymru: “Education is a devolved matter and the Welsh Government has not been engaged in this project.”