Welsh Key Current Education Initiatives and Quality Circle Time

We are always in awe of the amazing work of our colleagues in schools in Wales.

There are so many thorough initiatives in Local Authorities and in schools. In fact, we are currently reviewing all the

key current aims and initiatives and working on ways that the Quality Circle Time Whole School Approach can support schools in prioritising and embedding the aims and initiatives.

One person who has always been a treasure to work with is Sarah Trotman, Senior Gwynedd Healthy School and Pre-Schools Practitioner. Sarah was very professional and instrumental in organising the translation of ‘From Lockdown to Listening’ Recovery Package’ from English into Welsh for Welsh Schools. Please see the photo – Jenny and Sarah who have worked so much together remotely over the restrictions and lockdowns – met a last at a wonderful training day in Wrexham. The Circle Time training day for practitioners was organised for the start of term by our friend and colleague, Nerys Bennion, Education Officer at Wrexham County Borough Council last month!  A big thank you to Nerys for organising such a great day!

If any Welsh schools are reading this blog and would like a complimentary copy of ‘Gwrando a Dysgu ar ol y Cynod Clo – Cymru’ / ‘From Lockdown to Listening’ in Welsh please just email us: circletime@jennymosley.co.uk

We look forward to updating you with further work in this area soon. If anyone is currently looking at all these areas and would like to see how Jenny’s model could help, we would be pleased to hear from you.

Welsh Golden RulesWe’ll finish the blog today with a picture of Y Rheolau Aur / The Golden Rules in Welsh which is one of the Welsh language resources that we are very proud of!


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