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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.

Bilingualfest

Invitation to the Festivities! We’d be delighted if you could join Dwynwen and us at Gŵyliaith/Bilingualfest, the exciting conference that we’ll be jointly hosting with ColegauCymru before the Easter break. Why? To promote and celebrate bilingualism in the Further Education sector in Wales. When and Where? Thursday, 10 March at the Elephant and Castle Hotel,…

New Sgiliaith Staff Development Prospectus

New Sgiliaith Staff Development Prospectus

We are pleased to announce that our new 2015-17 Staff Development Prospectus is now available, in which we offer support on bilingualism and Welsh and English communication skills to the post-14 education sector. Browse the interactive Prospectus below. Prosbectws Sgiliaith 2015-17 Sgiliaith Prospectus

2015/16 Competition!

An opportunity to win excellent prizes! Do you work with learners in the Further Education or Work Based Learning sectors? To compete, fill in this form noting why bilingual skills are an advantage to the learners in your subject area. A higher score will be given to ideas which are especially relevant to the subject area….

Memorable First Ever Conference!

It was a great pleasure to welcome everyone to our first ever Bilingualism in Further Education Good Practice Conference on Thursday, 12 March which we jointly organised with CollegesWales.  We had a very worthwhile day at Broneirion, Llandinam with managers and tutors from Further Education colleges from across Wales present, together with other partners who…

2014-15 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 collect examples of progress targets that lecturers, tutors and assessors across the FE and WBL sectors could use with learners in the context of the Welsh language / bilingualism related to their…