Additional resources have been produced that can be downloaded – they are to be used alongside some of CAA's published resources. They can also be downloaded from the Hwb website.
'All Eyes and Ears' Series
A series of entertaining reading books aiming to develop and facilitate Foundation Phase children’s language, literacy and communication skills. Audio ebooks are available on the Welsh Books app, and audio files are available on Hwb.
Video clips of Wales' children enjoying the stories with Ben Dant and Tara Tan Toc (S4C)
GCSE English stimulus, editing and proof-reading tasks
Stimulus tasks – reading materials and questions to prepare pupils for the English Language GCSE course and examinations (2015 English Language specification).
GCSE Mathematics and GCSE Mathematics-Numeracy stimulus tasks
Contextualised tasks and assessment guidelines for the new 2015 GCSE Mathematics / GCSE Mathematics – Numeracy course.
Here, There and Everywhere 2
Due to an error in the publishing process, incorrect information was printed in the map of Wales on pages 4-5. The correct map can be found here:
Map of Wales Here, There and Everywhere 2 - pages 4-5
The Digital Geographical Magazine (AS and A Level)
Y Cylchgrawn Hanes (AS and A Level)
Factual books on geography (Welsh second language KS2)
Bilingual guidelines for teachers, to accompany the 6 Welsh factual books on the geography of Botswana, Iceland (Level 2), France, Lesotho (Level 3), Patagonia and New Zealand (Level 4). The guidelines include language patters, differential activities and useful templates. Also provided is an English translation of the books.
Bilingual guidelines for teachers, to accompany the 3 Welsh factual books on the geography of Wales - Cymru 1, Cymru 2 and Cymru 3 (Levels 2-5). The guidelines include language patters, differential activities and useful templates. Also provided is an English translation of the books.
A factual app-book about the geography of New Zealand.
Scores to support WJEC AS Music
- Scores (.pdf)
Notes written for students currently studying for the WJEC AS level Music course, to accompany the Scores to support WJEC AS Music file and CD. The notes have been prepared by Alun Guy, former teacher and head of Music ar Ysgol Gyfun Glantaf, author of a number of titles in the field of Music, and principal examiner for GCSE Music with WJEC.
The Big Map
Composing Contemporary Music – A Student's Guide
A DVD clip to accompany pages 97-100.
Download 25 days
Due to an error in the publishing process, two musical examples on the CD to accompany this book are incorrect:
• Track 22 (Variations for Piano Op. 27, Anton Webern) – Movement II is heard instead of Movement III.
• Track 49 – the piece heard is not the soundtrack for Psycho, Bernard Herrmann.
The correct musical examples can be found on the internet.