Welsh Language at Carnegie

Mrs. A. Yeoman

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Welsh Language is taught at the Carnegie Centre. A specialist Welsh tutor provides lessons in small groups.

The assessment is split into three parts:

  • Non-examination assessment - Oracy

    • Individual Researched Presentation​

    • Responding and Interacting

  • Two external assessment

    • Reading​

    • Writing

Oracy, reading and writing skills will be recognised in GCSE Welsh language. Learners should be inspired, moved and challenged by following a broad, coherent, satisfying and worthwhile course of study. They will develop their ability to use Welsh as active and informed citizens and be able to speak, listen, read and write fluently, appropriately, effectively and critically – for a wide range of personal, functional and social purposes. They will develop the knowledge and skills required to make informed decisions about further learning opportunities and career choices.