Live, online workshops for students in year 12 and 13 and learners in FE colleges studying AS/A Level Mathematics. The workshops are led by Mathematics lecturers from Swansea, Aberystwyth and Cardiff universities and are supported by the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol. They are intended to enrich the Mathematics AS/A Level syllabus, giving you an opportunity to get to know the lecturers. This year, the workshops are split over two terms, with one series starting in November 2021, and another in March 2022. The sessions will be different to 2020/21. For the first time, there will be a designated Q&A session with students currently studying mathematics.
Law and Criminology Workshops Autumn 2021
Whatever your A level subjects, if you are a Year 12 or 13 pupil and are interested in studying or having a taste of Law or Criminology as university subjects, these sessions will be for you.
A series of six workshops short will be held weekly from 7.00-7.40pm every Wednesday starting on Wednesday 29 September 2021. Lecturers from various universities will run the sessions and will give a presentation and facilitate discussions for around 40 minutes on a particular legal or criminological theme. All presentations will be in Welsh, translation will not be provided for this event.
- 29 September -' "You can't speak Welsh here!" Do you have a right to speak Welsh?' Professor Emyr Lewis, Head of the School of Law and Criminology, Aberystwyth University
- 6 October - 'Killing is killing .... as simple as this? What is the main difference between Murder as an accusation and Manslaughter?' Cerys Davies, Swansea University
- 13 October - 'The Right to Protest' Dr Huw Pritchard, Cardiff University
- 3 November - 'The battle for Fairbourne - a study of environmental crime and its victims' Dr Lowri Cunnington Wynn, Aberystwyth University
- 10 November - 'Torture: Liability in negligence for injury to persons and damage to property' Holly Evans, University of South Wales
- 17 November - 'Damaging Dead Bodies and the Law: The Case of the Reverend Emyr Owen' Dr Hayley Roberts, School of Law, Bangor University.
Click below to register for the workshops:
Ysgol Haf Cymraeg Ail Iaith 2021 (Rhowch Gynnig Arni!)
Various online activities and sessions for year 12 students studying Welsh Second Language.
Join us virtually as a class on Thursday afternoon, 8th July from 12.45 - 3pm.
- Creative quiz with poet Aneirin Karadog: A creative quiz where there is no right or wrong answer, only the answer that pleases the critic, Aneirin! An opportunity to work as teams on tasks that challenge your ability to rhyme, compare and shine with creativity in your language!
- A 'Byw yn Gymraeg' Q&A with three young people who use the language in their everyday life - Bronwen Lewis, Nick Yeo and Francesca Sciarrillo
- Music by Bronwen Lewis, the talented singer and songwriter who's recently been using TikTok to share Welsh translations of famous songs
- An opportunity to prepare for Year 13 in a light session by Dr Angharad Naylor, School of Welsh, Cardiff University.
- A brief introduction to the work of the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol
The link to the registration form is below. For more information or any inquiries, please contact Ffion, the Coleg Cymraeg's Promoting Officer for Welsh as a Subject: firstname.lastname@example.org
Science Conference 2021 (17/6/21)
The conference aims to showcase leading scientific research by Welsh language scientists and to nurture a Welsh language scientific community. The conference provides a platform to present and discuss various topics within the sciences. The Conference will be conducted in Welsh, and anyone with an interest in science is welcome to register, be they students, academics, members of the public or learners in schools and further education colleges.
Gŵyl MAP a'r Gynhadledd Theatr (21/4/2021)
This year 'Gŵyl MAP a'r Gynhadledd Theatr' was held ON-LINE!
It was an exiting opportunity to perform and discuss work amongst fellow theatre and performance students. Participants were able to listen to actors, playwrights and theatre directors discuss the past year, and to take a look at the future of theatre.
It was held on Wednesday 21/04/2021
Below, you can watch the Panel Discussion that was held during the event.
Online Psychology Conference
A conference held on 28 April 2021 for undergraduate and postgraduate Psychology students and those studying related subjects such as health and education. 17-18 year old learners were invited to join.
The morning presentations followed the themes of:
- Health & Wellbeing
- Language, Development and Education.
A Careers Panel was held in the afternoon with people representing the following careers:
- Educational Psychologist
- Clinical Psychologist
- Applied Behaviour Analysis Psychologist
- Speech & Language Therapist
- Higher Education lecturer
There was also an opportunity to ask questions. The conference was held online, through the medium of Welsh
'Cefn Llwyfan’ - 'Backstage' Pursuing a career in Art and Design (24 March ...
'Cefn Llwyfan’ - 'Backstage' Pursuing a career in Art and Design (24 March 2021)
Are you studying Art, Design and Technology, or interest in the field? Join us in a fascinating conversation with 4 young Welsh artists who are establishing themselves in the art and design world in Wales and beyond. 'Cefn Llwyfan' Pursuing a career in Art and Design zoom talk is organised in collaboration with the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol, Coleg Sir Gâr School of Art, Swansea College of Art and Cardiff College of Art.
The four contributors are:
- Photographer Carys Huws, who works internationally and now lives in Berlin.
- Designer Alis Knits, who pioneers crafts and materials from her studio in Cardiff and Lampeter.
- Designer Llio Davies, who specialises in ceramic and jewellery designs
- Swansea-based young artist Tomos Sparnon
Wednesday, 24 March 2021 Time – 6PM
To get the zoom link - email email@example.com
Online Research Conference 2021
This conference, held on 29 June 2021, was for anyone who is interested in multi-disciplinery academic research through the medium of Welsh. Scientists, humanists and sociologists from all over Wales and beyond were invited to share the results of their research and to meet other like-minded Welsh researchers.
The aim of the conference was to give the next generation of academics the opportunity to present their research to an audience of peers. There was also an opportunity to network with Welsh-speaking researchers and to foster a wider community of academics who promote Welsh-medium provision in our universities.
Click below to see a recording of the live conference that includes question and answer sessions on each of the presentations. There are also links to a series of research posters.
History Conference 2021: 'Women and the World'
A conference held on 17 March 2021 for undergraduate and postgraduate History students but also anyone with an interest in people and history. The conference will follow the theme of 'Women and the World' with interesting presentations on the lives of women in the Middle Ages; murder at a convent in Quebec; Welsh women and the French Revolution; and a portrait of women in the First World War. The conference will be held online, please register below:
You can watch the conference recordings by clicking below:
Cynhadledd y Gyfraith (Law Conference) 2021
An online conference for undergraduate and postgraduate students, or anyone with an interest in the field, held on 4 March 2021.
The Conference discussed various aspects of Law in Wales today. Lord Lloyd-Jones, of the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court opened the event and a presentation with a question and answer session will be given by Jeremy Miles MP, Counsel General for Wales. In addition to this, there was a vocational panel by two professional lawyers and also a discussion where the views of students on teaching Law and Criminology through the medium of Welsh at our universities were sought.
Click below to view recordings from the conference:
Recordings of five workshops that were held virtually in 2021 for students in year 12 and 13 and learners in FE colleges studying AS/A Level Mathematics. The workshops were organised by the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol and led by mathematics lecturers from Swansea, Aberystwyth and Cardiff universities. They aimed to enrich the teaching of the AS/A Level specification and to provide an opportunity to get to know the lecturers. The workshops were held between February and March 2021.
'The Child's Voice' Conference
An online conference for university and further education students of education, childcare and children and young people's services. The conference will discuss presentations on different aspects of children's voices in relation to Covid-19, racism, and advocacy. There will also be a presentation by Sally Holland, Wales's Children's Commissioner.
The coference was held online on 24 February 202.
Recordings of the presentations can be viewed below: