Wales’ language, culture and history have long been at the heart of Welsh culture, but now there are thousands of cats who can learn Welsh in the classroom.
Welsh language classes have been available to Welsh language learners since the 1970s and they are becoming increasingly popular with children across Wales.
However, the Welsh language has also been a subject of considerable debate, with the language being the subject of a number of controversial legal cases.
Here’s what you need to know about Welsh language education.
Welsh is a complex language, with words and sentences that are both simple and complex.
This means that the teacher needs to be aware of all of the words and expressions that occur in the language.
However the Welsh dialects are often quite different from the English spoken in Wales.
This is why the Welsh Language Board, which runs the Welsh Learning Service, has developed a syllabus of vocabulary and grammar that can be used in Welsh lessons.
There are four different Welsh languages: Welsh, English, Welsh-Irish and Welsh-Scottish.
Each has its own vocabulary and grammatical structures, and the syllabus is also useful in teaching children about the meaning of words.
Welsh lessons usually start in Welsh and are usually taught in a classroom with an appropriate size.
There is no set timetable for Welsh lessons in Wales and it can vary from week to week.
The Welsh language curriculum in Wales was created by the Welsh Government in the 1970-74 period.
In 1972, the Government passed a Welsh Language Act which made Welsh the official language of Wales and made Welsh compulsory for all schools and universities.
The Act also established the Welsh National School Boards, and in 2015 the Welsh Parliament passed legislation to create the Welsh Education and Skills Board, an independent body that runs Welsh language and education services in Wales for a further ten years.
The Department of Education (DfE) has also launched a Welsh language course in Wales in 2017.
The course is aimed at children aged five to 11 and covers the basics of Welsh and is intended to help them learn the language in a way that is accessible to their families.
There also are language and learning resources available for adults.
There have been a number success stories in recent years, with Welsh-speaking Welsh students in England and Wales achieving a good level of success.
Wales has a rich and diverse heritage, which includes more than 300 languages and more than 150 different dialects, with around 100 spoken in the UK.
Many people are drawn to Welsh for its historical and cultural significance.
The British government also created a Welsh Parliament in 2005 to provide greater representation for Welsh speakers in the House of Commons.
The Parliament has a representative from Wales, and has the power to legislate and establish legislation for Welsh.
It also includes a Welsh Commissioner to represent Wales in international bodies.
Wales is a small country of just more than 10,000 people and its government has a very small, largely ceremonial role.
Welsh speakers have also made significant strides in improving their language, which is why Welsh language is now taught in schools and other places across the country.