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Llongyfarchiadau i Michaela Richardson!

Llongyfarchiadau mawr i Michaela Richardson am ennill y wobr Dysgwr Cymraeg yn Seremoni Wobrwyo Wythnos Addysg i Oedolion yn y Fro ar nos Iau 18 Mehefin yng Ngholeg Caerdydd a'r Fro. Dywedodd ei thiwtor, Carol Grant: "Mae hi wir yn ysbrydoliaeth i mi, y dysgwyr eraill yn ei dosbarth ac i ddysgwyr Cymraeg ar draws y byd".

 

"It's a Challenge but it's Fun!"

Here's an interview with Joella Price, Learner of the Year Award 2014 at the National Eisteddfod Llanelli who has been learning Welsh at the Welsh for Adults Centre Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan for some years.

Where do you come from originally? How do you feel after winning the Learner of the Year Award?

I come from Port Talbot originally. I'm having loads of attention from my friends, people in work and even people I don't now after winning - it's great to hear that I have inspired people to learn - I like helping people.

I Want a Story (Welsh for the Family)

Fun informal sessions for learners who want to build their confidence to read in Welsh with their children. Suitable for children under 5.

Time: 13:30 – 14:30 pm
Dates: Friday April 12th – Friday June 21st
Location: Cardiff Central Library, The Hayes, Cardiff, CF10 1FL

Price: Free!

Course Code: CDE080

Please e-mail devonalda@cf.ac.uk to book your place.

Madison Tazu

Madison was brought up on a farm in west Wales but her family comes from Ireland originally. She said: “While I was travelling I met so many fascinating people who had really strong cultural identities and this led me to having a bit of an identity crisis.

“I’ve always been interested in cultures, but being both Irish and Welsh, I was sometimes unsure of who I was. I decided during my travels that I needed to embrace my Welsh background and learn the language.” Madison Tazu

For newly qualified primary school teacher, Chris Warlow, the new Entry course at Cardiff University’s Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan Welsh for Adults Centre offers the flexibility to juggle a busy working life and improve his long-term career prospect

The 30-year-old teacher, originally from Pembrokeshire now living in Roath in Cardiff, who starts his Entry course next month said, “I have recently qualified as a Primary School Teacher. Given the new National Curriculum in Wales and in particular the Cwricwlwm Cymreig with its emphasis on promoting bilingualism and Welsh identity I feel that a Welsh course would greatly benefit me and, in turn, my pupils.