Launch of Welsh Support Booklet

Pembrokeshire County Council has announced  a new Welsh support booklet to benefit non-Welsh-speaking parents and guardians .

It says: “The Welsh Language Support Team in Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion have worked together to create a booklet that will help non-Welsh parents and guardians as their child begins their education in the county’s primary schools.”

“The booklet is available to all primary schools in the county, to be shared with non-Welsh-speaking parents and guardians whose children start school or move to the county during the early years of their education.

“The book offers support and vocabulary that will be of use to parents and guardians as their children complete homework, join and be part of the school community and hopefully begin their journey of learning Welsh too.

“The book was launched at Narberth Primary School, where parents were invited to learn about the Curriculum for Wales.”

More information from Catrin Phillips, Welsh language development officer, on

Kitty Parsons

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