Students will be given the opportunity to express themselves in Welsh, in a written and oral form. There will also be the opportunity to write creatively, read independently, respond to different texts and appreciate literary forms.
Students will have the opportunity to practise speaking Welsh with the class teacher, and other Welsh students. There may be an opportunity to visit Nant Gwrtheyrn, the National Language Centre in North Wales and to participate in extracurricular activities, e.g., Eisteddfodau.
Welsh is spoken by nearly 30% of the population of Wales. It is a modern living language that is used on a daily basis in many vocations, including business, local government, the media, tourism, journalism, marketing, and politics.
6 GCSEs A* – C, including GCSE Welsh (2nd Language) at grade B or above through higher tier in all units (not a combination).