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LPSW Welsh Language

Welsh Government has made a commitment to 'Iaith Pawb', the Government’s strategy for creating a bilingual Wales where English and Welsh are used equally. For further information please see the following websites: 

 

It is the policy of Llangyfelach Primary Wraparound to support children in our care to learn and use the Welsh language.

 

We do this by:

  • Recognising that Welsh language development can be the starting point for children to begin to communicate in Welsh.

  • Accessing information and help from the Welsh Language Board.

  • Including the Welsh language in developing understanding of Welsh culture, feelings of belonging and a sense of heritage, roots and community with children in our care.

  • Understanding that Welsh language development can provide additional social and cultural opportunities in later life.

  • Informing parent/carers of our commitment to Welsh language development and how this is reflected in the setting.

  • Supporting staff to undertake Welsh language training opportunities.

  • Considering applicants’ ability in the Welsh language when recruiting staff.

  • Maintaining a range of adult resources and contact details of relevant individuals and organisations to support staff in promoting Welsh language development.

  • Supporting the learning of Welsh, gradually and naturally, in a rich and lively environment, through firsthand experiences that are fun.

  • Ensuring that learning is supportive and respected and that children’s and adults’ efforts are acknowledged and praised.

  • Encouraging and promoting Welsh as an integral part of everyday activities and practice.

  • Providing a range of resources and activities that include and support the development of the Welsh language and culture.

  • Identifying members of staff who use Welsh.

  • Encouraging a Welsh language ‘buddy system’ for staff.

  • Encouraging parents/carers who speak Welsh to use it while visiting the provision.

  • Ensuring that when advertising events locally, English and Welsh will be equal in terms of size, format, quality, clarity and prominence.

  • Monitoring the contribution that the use of Welsh language makes in the provision and seeking ways to increase and improve it.

 

Next Review Date:  

September 2021

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Termly Attendance
  • Whole School 92.9
  • Nursery 82.8
  • Reception 91.1
  • Year 1 95.2
  • Year 2 93.8
  • Year 3 96.5
  • Year 4 91.9
  • Year 5 91.9
  • Year 6 95.9
House Points
  • Glyndwr 6,449
  • Llewellyn 5,349
  • Caradog 6,392
Happy New Year to all of our pupils and their families!
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