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Gŵyl Cyflogiaith Conference

Gŵyl Cyflogiaith Conference Celebrating Bilingualism in Further Education and the Work Based Learning Sector Thursday 25 May 2017 Theatr Fawr, Urdd Centre, Millennium Centre Cardiff 9:30 – 3:30 Register HERE Agenda – Amserlen

Congratulations to our Competition Winners

We’d like to thank all of those who took part in our annual competition this year. The aim of the competition was to share 6 useful tips for members of staff eager to develop Welsh language embedding techniques for the first time with learners in the classroom or in the workplace. The closing date has…

Sgiliaith Competition 2016 – 2017  Sgiliaith  would like to thank everyone who competed in our competition. We’re looking forward eagerly to adjudicate during the next few weeks. We will announce the winners on March the 1st (St David’s Day), and we will be in touch with the winners as soon as possible

Sgiliaith’s 2016/2017 COMPETITION

AN OPPORTUNITY TO WIN EXCELLENT PRIZES Do you work in the Further Education or Work Based Learning sectors? Why not compete in our competition? To enter, note 6 useful tips for members of staff eager to develop Welsh language embedding techniques for the first time with learners in the classroom or in the workplace. Remember…

Congratulations!

Many congratulations to Gareth Wyn Davies (Cardiff and Vale College), Ellen Wyn Jones (Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor, Grŵp Llandrillo Menai) a Dewi Wyn Roberts (Coleg Llandrillo, Grŵp Llandrillo Menai) on achieving the Bilingual Teaching Methodology MA Module Level 7 qualification with Sgiliaith and Bangor University’s School of Education. Quite an achievement and very well deserved after all the hard…

CYFLOGIAITH CONFERENCE

Everyone arrived at Ocean Park House in Cardiff on 21 July, ready for the Bilingualism@Work annual conference, which was co-organised with NTfW. All the delegates, including employers from all over South Wales took their seats after a morning coffee, ready for presentations from: ·      Sue Jeffries Managing Director, Sgil Cymru with Michael Pritchard Apprentice, Cardiff Theatrical…

A Celebration of Bilingualism!

It was a great pleasure to hold the annual Gŵyliaith (Bilingualfest) conference in partnership with CollegesWales again this year. We welcomed delegates from all over Wales to celebrate bilingualism in Further Education at the Elephant and Castle Hotel in Newtown on Thursday, 10 March. The programme was extremely varied, with guest speakers and colleagues from colleges and establishments throughout Wales…

Memorandum of Understanding between CollegesWales and Sgiliaith

A momentous occasion occurred in this year’s Bilingualfest on 10th March, 2016 in the Elephant and Castle Hotel, Newtown. A Memorandum of Understanding was launched between CollegesWales and Sgiliaith for the first time in their history. It’s a great privileges to formalise our relationship with CollegesWales after working closely with them for many years. Launching…

2015-16 COMPETITION WINNERS!

We’d like to thank all of those who took part in our annual competition this year. The aim of the competition was to see why bilingual skills are an advantage to the learners in a subject area. The closing date has now been and gone and we are very pleased to announce the winners as…

Updated Resource: Language Journey!

24 February 2016 In response to some very useful feedback from bilingual practitioners on a recent introduction to bilingual teaching course, Sgiliaith officers have updated the Taith Iaith (Language Journey). Here it is  in its new format. Click on the image below to download a PDF version of the document.