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Findings of an evaluation of the Welsh Language Charter (primary and secondary schools), Cymraeg Campus and Cymraeg Bob Dydd.

The evaluation found that there is support for the four programmes amongst all key stakeholders involved in their delivery.

Education consortium officers welcomed the principle of developing a national framework for the Welsh Language Charter. However, the evaluation also found that further clarity is required about how the framework is intended to work in practice.

Examples were found of schools working collaboratively to provide opportunities for pupils to use Welsh in informal settings. There was evidence also of duplication in creating resources and in developing links with external partners.

The report identifies the potential to strengthen the alignment between the aims of the Welsh Language Charter and those of Welsh Government-funded organisations working to promote Welsh language use at community level.

The findings also reveal a need to explore and articulate in greater depth the pathways between the activities of the Welsh Language Charter and their intended outcomes.

Reports

Evaluation of the Welsh Language Charter
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Evaluation of the Welsh Language Charter: summary
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