Welsh Language Charter -
Y Siarter Iaith
Being (at the least) bilingual is not only a communication skill. Access to both languages helps unlock Wales’s rich and unique literatures, geography, democracy, history and culture. To have knowledge, experience and an understanding of these supports learners to be active and successful citizens in contemporary Wales.
- are confident in using their Welsh language skills
- foster positive attitudes towards the language
- increase the use of the language inside and outside the school.
Leadership shown at whole-school level - all stakeholders, including parents/carers, understand their role in supporting the implementation of the Siarter Iaith;
Learners take ownership of the Welsh language and understand its relevance to everyday life.
Schools encourage learners’ use of the language outside the classroom and offer Welsh-language experiences across the curriculum.
The school workforce develops their Welsh language skills and uses Welsh with each other and with the learners.
Work in partnership with the wider school community to support learners’ use of Welsh outside school.
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Ydych chi, rhieni/gofalwyr, am wella eich sgiliau Cymraeg? Do you, parents/carers, want to improve your skills? How about signing up to one of the many online resources and courses available to you!
Beth am ddarllen cylchgrawn Cymraeg am ddim? How about reading a free Welsh magazine for free? The Urdd has made all of their magazines readily available for you online - improving your Welsh language skills at the touch of a button!
Neu beth am y sialens o ddysgu'r iaith ar-lein? Or what about the challenge of learning the language online? Download the Duolingo app and challenge your family to keep up with your Welsh language skills!
EWCH AMDANI! - GO FOR IT!