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Developing Writing skills in Welsh (for English medium primaries) (Cancelled)
This one-day (with half-day feedback) course offers training in developing pupils’ writing skills using the most up-to-date best practice language teaching methodologies and teaching strategies which are progressively exemplified throughout the EAS Welsh schemes of learning, from foundation phase through to year 6. Teachers should bring their Hwyl dan 7 or Antur Anhygoel scheme of learning to the course to link the skills to their SoL’s content
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMapSession feeAdditional Fees**Notes
Session 1Thursday
13 December 2018
09:00 - 16:00Llanwern High School,Hartridge Farm Road,NP18 2YEMap£0£0
Session 2Wednesday
13 March 2019
09:00 - 12:00Llanwern High School,Hartridge Farm Road,NP18 2YEMap£0
*Cost charged per Whole Course**Additional Fees charged per Course
Maximum Places 20 
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Event Tutors
Sarah Edwards / Sioned Harold / Elen Roberts / Melanie Smallwood / Sian Tinnuche / Jane Vinnicombe Tutors
Admin Contact Business Support (business.support@sewaleseas.org.uk)  
Is this course taught in Welsh? course is taught in english
WAG Priorities 
Key Stages
does not apply to Foundation keystage Foundationapplies to KS 2 keystage KS 2does not apply to KS 3 keystage KS 3does not apply to KS 4 keystage KS 4does not apply to 7-14 keystage 7-14does not apply to Post 16 keystage Post 16
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Event Types Course
Event Subject Area Welsh Second Language
Programme Area Improving Literacy & Reducing Poverty/Disadvantage
Event Outcomes Outcomes and Benefits for the Target Group / Deilliannau a Buddiannau:

Delegates will:


• know the expectations for developing pupils’ writing skills.
• be able to use a range of methodologies and activities to stimulate and challenge all pupils.
• effectively deliver activities to develop and extend pupils’ Welsh writing skills by referring to their own year specific schemes of learning.
• encourage pupils to develop writing and extended writing independence through strategies.
Outcomes and Benefits for Learners in School(s) / Deilliannau a Buddiannau i’r Dysgwyr
Learners will:
• become ambitious and capable learners demonstrating good progress in Welsh writing
• be challenged to participate in a range of enjoyable, practical, planned writing build-up activities to the appropriate level
• become more confident in their communication to use their Welsh language writing skills throughout the school day
• communicate bilingually as ethically informed citizens in a range of enjoyable, practical, planned activities to the appropriate level