The 'Antur Arlwyo' videos show the experience of six people who work in the catering and hospitality sector. The videos focus on different departments in the food industry workplace showing the individuals working in their specialist department. We will hear about their passion for the profession and the pleasure they get from working in the industry; there is an emphasis on their pride in working in Wales and operating bilingually. There are six videos in the series: Alun Evans, Pizza Llan Bryn Williams, Bryn Williams at Porth Eirias Cadi Ellis: Siwgr a Sbeis Helen Hollans, Môn ar Lwy Liza , Halen Môn Megan: Ffika Coffee If you’re following Catering and Hospitality courses then you will learn why the skill of using the Welsh language is so valuable in this field in Wales
Wales in the long 18th century
'Wales in the long 18th century. Primary Sources in the Salisbury Collection of Cardiff University' This is a Welsh-language page on the website of Cardiff University which gives an overview with short introduction to the primary sources on the 'long eighteenth century' in the Salisbury Collection of Cardiff University Arts and Humanities Library, Special Collections. The material is presented in categories, such as religion, education, society and politics and some items have been digitised.
Banc Brawddegau (Phrasebank) contains example phrases and sentences which can be used when writing a Welsh-medium essay, dissertation or academic paper. It is aimed at students and researchers, particularly those who may be new to Welsh-medium academic writing. Developed by Professor Enlli Thomas and Bethan Wyn Jones, Bangor University, based of Academic Phrasebank (https://www.phrasebank.manchester.ac.uk).
Career in Education
Educators in Wales website which includes information about the different careers available in: Schools Further Education Work Based Learning Youth Work Adult Learning Learning Promoters
Designing and developing your blended learning practice
This playlist includes 5 online courses for post-16 teaching practitioners to explore the use of learning technology models and theories to help in developing their blended learning approaches. These bite-size courses have been designed in a flexible manner to allow you to ‘dip in and out’. The courses have been developed by Jisc subject specialists, following recommendations by Estyn, and have been funded by the Welsh Government.
Am Blant podcast
A podcast that deals with and discusses topics that affect children and young people in Wales today as well as finding out the opinions of children and young people. A podcast that deals with and discusses topics that affect children and young people in Wales today as well as finding out the views of children and young people. Podcast #1: What is Childhood? In this first podcast Dr Nia Young, Dr Sian Wyn Siencyn, Rowena Hughes Jones and Ceryl Davies discuss what childhood means, what it means to be a child in Wales today and whether society listens to the child's voice . Podcast #2: What is youth? In this episode Dr Nia Young, Dr Sian Wyn Siencyn, Owain Gethin Davies, and Ceryl Davies discuss what is youth? What is it like to be a young person in Wales today? Podcast #3 What does a child need...? What does a child need in order to grow, develop and thrive? In this podcast Ian Keith Jones (Head of Ysgol San Siôr, Llandudno) joins Dr Nia Young, Dr Siwan Roberts, Dr Margiad William and Rowena Hughes Jones from the School of Education Sciences, Bangor University to discuss what a child needs to develop and flourish. How important are role models, consistency and stability? What is being a good parent? Podcast #4: Children's Rights In this podcast, Rowena Hughes Jones, Dr Ceryl Davies, Gwenan Prysor, Arwyn Roberts and the Children's Commissioner for Wales, Professor Sally Holland, join Rhian Tomos to discuss the rights of children and young people. Do children know what rights they have? Is it necessary to add to the rights in light of Covid 19? Podcast #5: Voice of Parents Have society's attitudes changed towards children and young people with learning needs or physical disabilities and how has the period of Sorrow affected them? Are we listening enough to the parents and carers? To find out more listen to Elin Llwyd Morgan, Joel's mother (Joel has autism), Siôn Meredith, Huw's father (who has Down Syndrome), Dr Nia Young (lecturer at Bangor University), Bethan Morris Jones, (Principal of Ysgol Pendalar, Caernarfon) and Lora Glynwen Williams, Quality Officer, Gwynedd and Anglesey A&E Service. Podcast #6: What is play? What is play? When do we stop playing? What is the purpose of play? Listen to the 6th podcast in the AM BLANT podcast series to hear the discussion from the panel members and young people's comments about their experiences of playing. Podcast #7: How do music, art and drama contribute to a child's development? A podcast recorded live on the Tregaron Eisteddfod field with Dr Gwenllian Lansdown Davies, Cerys Edwards, Elen ap Robert, Dr Mair Edwards and Dr Nia Young.
Further Education Tutor Support Package
These resources have been designed to support tutors to develop their bilingual teaching skills and increase their awareness of the Lifelong Learning Welsh Record (LLWR) and the LA26 data set. The data set is used to record Welsh and bilingual provision in the post-16 education sector in Wales. The aim of the resources is to give tutors confidence in the way activity completed in Welsh or bilingually is recorded on the LLWR, and to help tutors establish where their provision currently sits. They are also designed to give tutors practical advice on how to move their teaching up the bilingualism continuum. This tutor support pack includes: Handbook - a working document that can be used for reference, as well as to establish specific personal targets for increasing the Welsh/bilingual provision. Online e-learning course - Understanding the Welsh Lifelong Learning Record (LLWR). This interactive online learning module provides an overview of the Welsh Lifelong Learning Record (LLWR) and how it is used by the Welsh Government to record Welsh and bilingual provision in the post-16 education sector in Wales. Sgiliaith bilingual glossary app - 'Sgiliaith Feedback App' - this app contains a wide range of learner feedback and general phrases you can use in your role as a tutor in order to provide learners with a Welsh/bilingual experience. Links to the resources are available below and are also available on the Sgiliaith website email@example.com
'Identities: Welshness' is a series of six public discussions that will explore what is meant by ‘Welshness’ today from various perspectives. The sessions will look at Welshness from the perspective of contributors from ethnic minorities, from the LHDTC+ community, and people of different religions. The conversations will reflect how multifaceted ‘Welshness’ is in the modern era and will stimulate important and relevant new discussions. Anyone can join online to watch the talks and take part in the discussions. All sessions are in Welsh. The event is organised in conjuction between the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol and Bangor University. The sessions will be held monthly on Thursdays between 18:00-18:45: Session #1: 13 October 2022 to coincide with Black History Month) 'In my DNA' - Natalie Jones, a teacher who discusses her work and her identity. WATCH THE RECORDING Session #2: 10 November 2022 (18:00) Cymru Amrywiol - Welsh Plural - Conversation and presentations by contributors to a book, Welsh Plural - Iestyn Tyne, Grug Muse, Hanan Issa (National Poet of Wales), Darren Chetty. There will be simultaneous translation. WATCH THE RECORDING Session #3: 15 December (18:00 - 18:45) A conversation with Joseph Gnagbo. Joseph is a former refugee from the Ivory Coast. As well as speaking French and English, he has learned Welsh since he came to Wales in 2019 and is now teaching Welsh to others. Unfortunately there will be no simultaneous translation available for this session. WATCH THE RECORDING Session #4: 19 January 2023 (18:00) Interfaith in Wales - a discussion with members of Welsh faith communities. Contributors will include representatives from some of the different faith communities in Wales: Laura Jones who’s Muslim and wishes to translate Islamic texts into Welsh; Kris Hughes a Druid, Prof. Nathan Abrams of the Jewish faith, and Sudha Bhatt of the Hindu Council of Wales. There will be simultaneous translation. Session #5: 15 February (18:00) Sport for All - Prof. Laura McAllister a lecturer at Cardiff University and political commentator, former Chair of Sport Wales, and former footballer will discuss sport, women in sport and sexuality. Joining Laura will be Lloyd Lewis, a professional rugby player and Welsh language rapper, known for his song, ‘Pwy sy’n Galw?’ (who’s calling?). Note the event is on Wednesday evening, not the usual Thursday. Simultaneous translation will be available. Session #6: 20 April 2023 (18:00) An Eisteddfod for All? How does the National Eisteddfod aim to attract and reflect contemporary Welsh speaking Wales? A discussion with Ashok Ahir (Chair of the Eisteddfod), Betsan Moses (Chief Exec of the Eisteddfod), Katie Hall (who’s the Communities Officer and a member of Chroma pop group), Elin Haf Gruffydd Jones (of Mas ar y Maes, the LGBTQ+ activities at the Eisteddfod), and Joe Healy (winner of Welsh Language Learner, 2022). ZOOM LINK TO JOIN SESSION: https://bangor-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/96665711977?pwd=NE8rRVFJV3daMndJUUt6RGZPVVdzQT09 Meeting ID: 966 6571 1977 Password: 878559
Post-16 Education Consortium Anglesey and Gwynedd's E-Learning Resources
A series of interactive bilingual e-learning resources on the following subjects: The benefits of studying Childcare through the medium of Welsh or Bilingually The benefits of studying Construction through the medium of Welsh or Bilingually The benefits of studying Business through the medium of Welsh or Bilingually The benefits of studying Catering through the medium of Welsh or Bilingually Resitting GCSE Mathematics Resitting GCSE Welsh Engineering Level 3 A Level Music A Level French AS Level IT
Why does Welsh Labour win again, and again, and again?
Professor Richard Wyn Jones' presentation, recorded on the Maes, Tregaron Eisteddfod 2022. Richard discusses the history of Welsh Labour's electoral success over the last century, through the prism of Welsh worldview identities.
Waterways and Wildlife: Managing our natural environment
This resource on the Hwb website is designed for volunteers and professionals interested in environmental management. Using feature articles and key information from Welsh canals and beyond, this handbook provides an introduction to waterside habitats and wildlife.