You may know that proposed new laws are being drafted and put forward through the Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill. It has been a very long process but is now going through stages where the Government and the Welsh Assembly Ministers are trying to agree on any amendments to the key changes […]
To celebrate our 15th Anniversary of working in Wales and promoting the importance of good language skills, Afasic Cymru are inviting you to take part in our Weekly Word Challenge. The challenge is to come up with a new word each week for 15 weeks or longer, complete our word maps and then send them […]
The Welsh Government recently consulted on: proposals to improve outcomes for learners accessing education otherwise than at school provision the National standards and outcomes framework for children and young people Afasic Cymru responded to these consultations and you can see our responses in full by going to our Consultations and campaigns page.
Eleven members of Neath youth Troop took part and successfully completed a Sponsored Bike Ride along the Port Talbot – Swansea coast cycle path last weekend (5th & 6th August). The keen cyclists met up with Youth Club leader Kim Jenkins and Youth Workers Mark and Cheryl at Aberavon Beach, Port Talbot where they started […]
RawFfest is the new youth arts festival for Wales that is fun, innovative and surprising. It is planned and programmed by young people for young people. RawFfest GŵylGrai takes place in North Wales: 17 – 20 August at Venue Cymru. They have £1,000 worth of free and reduced price tickets for 14 – 25 year olds. […]