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Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol

 

The Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol was founded in 2011. Since its establishment, the Coleg plans and supports Welsh language Higher Education provision in a strategic manner across Welsh universities. Following a review of the Coleg’s activities in 2016/17, the Welsh Government asked the Coleg to extend its work to the post-16 sector, encompassing further education and apprenticeships. The Coleg’s aim is to work with providers to ensure and develop more Welsh medium study opportunities for learners, students and apprentices in Wales.

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The impact of Covid-19 and racism on children in Wales to be discussed at a children’s rights conference

The impact of Covid-19 on children in Wales, children’s experiences of racism, child advocacy in Welsh and how to ensure that the child’s voice is identified will be among the issues discussed at a Children’s Rights Conference to be held on-line on Wednesday 24 February.

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Appointment of First Ever School Ambassadors

Thursday 07 January 2021

The Coleg Cymraeg has appointed the first ever School Ambassadors in secondary schools across Wales to help promote the benefits of Welsh-medium education.

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Ymddiriedolaeth William Salesbury launches new awards

Thursday 10 December 2020

Nominations are opened today (Thursday 10 December) for two brand new awards by Ymddiriedolaeth William Salesbury administered by the Coleg Cymraeg for a learner in the further education and apprenticeships sector and a medical research student.

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