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Welsh language

Discussion in 'Cymru - education news' started by raenbow, Nov 23, 2012.

  1. I live on the Welsh side of the England/ Wales border and have over 15 years experience teaching in the UK and abroad. I am currently applying to vacancies in Foundation Stage ( perm / temp/ maternity leaves) and have seen a couple of posts in Wales but I am not a welsh speaker ( apart from hello and numbers to 10 which my daughter learnt in Nursery!!)[​IMG]
    I am wondering if it is worth my while applying for these vacancies or if I should just concentrate on England and save a whole heap of time hand filling in the forms for my LA ?
    Any advice greatly appreciated.
     
  2. I'd say its always worth a shot :) Also, Years Nursery to Year 2 are called Foundation Phase in Wales, which differs from England's Foundation Stage.
     

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