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Health and social care Welsh Language plan advisory board announced

Health Minister, Eluned Morgan, has announced the members of an advisory panel to monitor and scrutinise Welsh Government plans to improve the provision of Welsh language care in health and social care services.

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More grants open for Welsh language community projects

As the Llŷn and Eifionydd National Eisteddfod is held in Boduan, the Minister for Education and Welsh Language is encouraging new community projects to apply for funding.

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Education and Welsh Language Minister welcomes initial findings of the Commission for Welsh-Speaking Communities

The Welsh Government has welcomed initial findings from a group of experts on protecting the future of Welsh-speaking communities.

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Quarter of a million in funding to support Welsh speaking community projects

The Welsh Government has awarded a series of small grants to community cooperative projects in order to protect and help the Welsh language to thrive.

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Proposals published to enable all pupils in Wales to become confident Welsh speakers by 2050

The Welsh Government, as part of the Co-operation Agreement with Plaid Cymru, has published a White Paper setting out proposals for a new Welsh Language Education Bill. The Bill will take steps to enable all pupils in Wales to become confident Welsh speakers through the statutory education system.

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Minister for Education and Welsh Language celebrates St. David's Day

During his visit to Dublin, the Minister for Education and Welsh Language, Jeremy Miles, celebrated St. David’s Day with pupils at an Irish-language school, Gaelscoil Thaobh na Coille.

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Programme offers new route into Welsh secondary teaching

The Minister for Education and Welsh language has announced that the Cynllun Pontio, a programme which trains primary school teachers to become secondary school teachers, will continue for the next academic year.

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Celebrating Dydd Miwsig Cymru: £100,000 for grassroots Welsh language music

As gigs and events take place across the country on the eighth annual Welsh Language Music Day, the Welsh Government has announced extra funding so people enjoy even more Miwsig.

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More funding for organisations who help everyone use more Cymraeg

Community-based language initiatives and local Welsh language newspapers are some of the organisations receiving a share of almost £260,000 to help us all use more Cymraeg.

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Croeso i Aberwla: the virtual village helping pupils learn Welsh

The Welsh Government has invested £6.6m over 3 years to support Welsh-medium late immersion provision across Wales. The project, which aims to bring the educational virtual reality (VR) game to pupils learning Welsh across Wales, is part of this investment.

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More support available in schools for Welsh learning

The Education and Welsh Language Minister Jeremy Miles has announced free Welsh lessons will be extended to the entire education workforce, including non-teaching staff for the first time. Alongside this, a new framework for Welsh in English medium schools has been published, underlining how the language is integral to the new Curriculum for Wales.

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Over £7m to support the next generation of Welsh speakers

The Minister for Education and Welsh Language has announced over £7m will be invested in 11 Welsh medium education and childcare projects across Wales.