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Criw Cymraeg

Criw Cymraeg

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The Welsh government  are hoping to to have one million Welsh speakers by 2050.

The Welsh Language charter has been introduced to help achieve this goal. 'Cymraeg Campus' provides a framework which can be used to promote a strong Welsh ethos in schools.

At Ynysowen we have appointed a 'Criw Cymraeg' to drive this charter forward.

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We are working towards Bronze status.This means we have to achieve 60% of the following targets:

 

 

Criw Cymraeg asked all KS2 pupils to complete a questionnaire to find out what we need to do to improve Welsh at Ynysowen

 

                                                Welsh Questionnaire

                                                    

 Score of 6 or above out of 10

 

Year 3 

Year 4 

Year 5 

Year 6 

I like learning Welsh

64%

77%

42%

74%

I can see Welsh signs and displays around the school

89%

100%

96%

96%

I speak Welsh inside my classroom

68%

86%

96%

96%

I speak Welsh outside my classroom

57%

60%

48%

48%

I hear Welsh during assemblies

100%

94%

100%

91%

I use digital technology in Welsh

18%

60%

4%

9%

I take part in Welsh activities outside of my classroom

82%

77%

36%

65%

I read Welsh books

57%

74%

76%

100%

I use Welsh during other lessons

43%

74%

92%

83%

I think learning Welsh is important

89%

94%

96%

100%

 

 

 

Criw Cymraeg  looked at the results of the questionnaire and decided to make pupils speak more Welsh by introducing:

This is how we have progressed in Welsh so far:

 

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