The report which has just been launched on the Welsh Government’s website outlines the development of the Cwricwlwm Cymreig, and makes a number of recommendations on ways of improving the learning and teaching of it across all subjects. The report also comments on the present state of learning and teaching history and the story of Wales, and makes recommendations regarding the future of this subject.
This is the beginning of a period of consultation on this report and its recommendations. There is an opportunity to respond online, but some public meetings will also be held across Wales, so that everyone has the opportunity to discuss the report and its recommendations and to express their opinion.
The report is part of a wider review of the national curriculum and assessment which is currently underway, and the response to this report will influence the outcome of the wider review, which is to be published this autumn.
You can find the report itself below, and also the questionnaire which has been drafted to facilitate your response to it.
Please click here to listen to David Peterson's view's concerning the relationship between art and the Cwricwlwm Cymreig:
David Peterson (external link)
Please click here to listen to Prof Gareth Ffowc Roberts' view's concerning the relationship between maths and the Cwricwlwm Cymreig:
Prof Gareth Ffowc Roberts (external link)
Please click here to listen to Dr Mererid Hopwood's view's concerning the relationship between welsh language and the Cwricwlwm Cymreig:
Dr Mererid Hopwood (external link)
Report: The Cwricwlwm Cymreig, history and the story of WalesFile type: Adobe PDF document | File size: 180KB
Executive summary: The Cwricwlwm Cymreig, history and the story of WalesFile type: Adobe PDF document | File size: 30KB