Raising Standards Together

The latest available Welsh and bilingual learning resources

Take a look at the latest Welsh and bilingual resources commissioned by the Welsh Government to support teaching and learning.  

These quality-assured resources are produced by professional publishers and suppliers in conjunction with teachers and educational experts.

Key Stage 2

Let’s Explore Wales!

This website contains information about 81 of the most important places in the history of Wales, from castles and abbeys to waterfalls and canals. The map provides information on all these places, with educational interactive activities for each place for children between 7 and 11 years old. This resource is available in Welsh and English.

Key Stage 3

CIWB – Issue 17 (Welsh Second Language Magazine)

Welsh - The Distant Past

The theme for this issue is “The Distant Past”. Who was the first person to make a pizza – and why, what happened on Mount Kilimanjaro, and why was Carwyn Claude Crawford disappointed? Read and enjoy!

A full list of all the Welsh medium and bilingual resources commissioned is available within the Resource Library section of the Learning Wales website.

The Welsh in Education Resources Branch, within the Welsh Government’s Education and Public Services Group, is responsible for commissioning Welsh.

The role of teachers and practitioners in the process of creating new resources

Teachers and practitioners play a crucial part in the process of identifying the educational needs and monitoring the quality of the resources during their development.

For more information about the commissioning process, or if you have any suggestions about new resources that could be considered please contact welshresources@wales.gsi.gov.uk

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