Stay Safe. Stay Learning
Welsh Government continuity of learning policy statement - aims to support learners, leaders, governors, practitioners, parents and carers in dealing with the impact of coronavirus.
Distance learning tools, support and resources.
A software package to help Welsh language spellchecking and grammar checking has been released as a free download thanks to a partnership between Bangor University and the Welsh Government.
A new free bilingual storytelling app designed to support literacy and enjoyment of reading is now available for English-speaking parents whose children attend Welsh-medium schools.
These free digital resources support the teaching and learning of subjects offered by WJEC.
Open Welsh Playgroup Session useful links/resources for parents. During the period of the Coronavirus pandemic, Mudiad Meithrin is contributing to Welsh language activity in the home by providing open sessions under the banner of 'Clwb Cylch' (#ClwbCylch) for children of nursery age and their parents via digital platforms.
Resources for primary school teachers.
Specialist resources aimed at improving children’s physical and sport skills are being made available for free for use during the Coronavirus lockdown.
Welsh language TV programmes and resources
s4c have put together Welsh language programmes for younger children, and links to educational games, stories, etc.
Bilingual activities for 3 to 11 year olds
Working in partnership with the local council, schools, heads and teachers, Dysguarlein have delivered over 120 online bilingual activities for 3 to 11 year olds weekly into Pembrokeshire homes. Take a look at their free resources including daily Welsh/English activities that can be delivered on any device, including SMART TVs, old tablets and Games Consoles.
A day full of Welsh
If your children are in Welsh-medium education but have not been in school for the last few months, speaking Welsh may not have been as big a part of their routine as usual. Cymraeg i blant: Cymraeg for kids have put together a selection of fantastic resources that can help children use their language skills.
Rhieni Dros Addysg Gymraeg (Parents for Welsh Medium Education) have put together some tips to help your child with their Welsh whilst they're at home. Keeping in touch with the school, using Welsh in everyday life and talking to your child about their tasks are all great ways to help strengthen their skills.