An event to launch the honest and compelling biography of the famous singer, Wynne Evans, was held at the Royal Welsh Show. Wynne Evans chatted on stage with Alun Williams, presenter of Dal Ati: Bore Da (S4C) about his new book, Wynne Evans – O Gaerfyrddin i Go Compare.
CAA is offering a great Christmas bargain on an educational and fun gift for nursery and Foundation Stage pupils, especially suitable for Welsh learners, at only £9.99. Order while stocks last!
CAA Cymru will once again take part in this year’s Bedwen Lyfrau, which will be held on our doorstep at Aberystwyth Arts Centre, on Saturday the 20th of May.
On Wednesday, CAA Cymru’r Director, Delyth Ifan, attended Tinopolis Studios in Llanelli to be interviewed live on S4C’s Prynhawn Da, as part of their Book Club segment.
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UCAC Annual Conference
UCAC – the national union for teachers in Wales held their annual conference over the weekend of the 31st of March – 1st of April. CAA Cymru was invited to attend the event to display our extensive range of high-quality educational resources.
Kirsty Williams AM and the Cabinet Secretary for Education, opened the second day of discussion at Gregynog Hall, Tregynon. There was interesting and lively discussion on varous topics such as: A new curriculum for Wales and the next steps; devolution of pay and working conditions; and planning the education workforce with the aims of reaching a million Welsh Speakers.
The conference was very busy and productive, and we would therefore, like to thank all of those who came to visit our display stand. We are looking forward to next year!
19 March 2012
The publishers of Wales came together in Aberystwyth on March 15th to attend a special event in which the Publishing Trade Awards were presented. During the ceremony, the award for children’s bestseller in the Welsh-language books’ section was presented to CAA. The book that got them this award was Patagonia, by Sioned V. Hughes.
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