In the world’s biggest school system, students at the world famous Bell Language School have been asked to work for a minimum of 16 hours a week for the next five years.
But it’s not just the hard work that students will have to do.
As part of their training, students will also undergo a rigorous English language testing process, in which they will have two hours of classroom time each day to complete.
And they will also be given a range of English language test-taking tasks, including reading comprehension and speaking, to help them develop their fluency.
This is the first time the Bell language school in Wales has been asked by the Welsh government to undertake this testing.
It’s also the first school in the country to do so.
It was a decision that came about following a consultation conducted by the Education and Skills Secretary, and is the latest in a series of initiatives that the Department of Education is working to make more Welsh schools accessible to all students.
Learning in Welsh What is Bell?
Bell is a children’s language and culture programme that offers learning opportunities for children across the whole of the school day.
This includes a wide range of activities such as playing, reading and writing.
The school’s aim is to teach children in English, Welsh, French, Italian, German and other national languages.
It has about 700 pupils in Welsh, 150 pupils in French and about 200 pupils in Italian.
The children learn a wide variety of topics, including the history of the Welsh language, Welsh history, Welsh music and culture.
It also offers classes in history and Welsh literature.
In the curriculum, children learn about the Welsh nation, the language and Welsh history.
Bell has been running for almost 30 years and is part of a wider programme of language and language learning which was established in 2003.
The programme includes a childrens’ centre, an English language school, a language club, a children learning service, a bilingual classroom and a language centre.
What are the challenges for teachers?
Teaching in Welsh is a challenging job.
The learning environment is diverse, with the majority of teachers having experience in English and Welsh.
Teaching in English is very different to teaching in Welsh.
Students have to learn the Welsh dialect, which they learn in separate lessons.
The students have to read and write in their native language.
They have to communicate in their own language, with a range, of different vocabulary words.
And, of course, there is a great deal of listening, speaking and reading involved.
The language is often very different from the language that we know in English.
Some children may not even understand how to read.
For teachers, this is the most challenging aspect of the job.
But, as one teacher said: “It’s the best way to learn and it’s what makes the job really interesting.
It gives you a real sense of who the children are and the challenges they’re facing.”
What is the curriculum?
In the language centre, pupils learn English as a first language in an English school.
They also take part in a range the school has built up, including: learning about the history and culture of the language, such as the English origins of the words we use today, the Welsh languages, Welsh literature, and the history in the area, the people who are involved, the schools and the schools history, culture and history.
They learn the history, languages, schools, clubs and community groups, and have an opportunity to learn from a range.
This curriculum includes English literature, reading, writing and music, and helps children understand the Welsh-language world and culture in its entirety.
In addition to the main lessons, the centre also has a range available in Welsh which pupils can read aloud and use as part of lessons or for personal learning.
The pupils then go on to the next level, where they are taught about Welsh culture, language and history, and how it is linked to Welsh language and literature.
There is also a section where they can also read a book in Welsh in a way that allows them to get to know Welsh better.
They can also take lessons in Welsh music, language, culture, history and literature, which allows them the opportunity to practice listening to music and writing Welsh.
What is an English-medium school?
English-language schools are specialised schools which are designed for pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds who can speak and read English.
These schools have the highest levels of funding for language and teaching, as well as specialising in English language teaching.
For example, the school in Swansea is an excellent example of a specialised English-speaking school, having the highest level of funding in Wales.
There are also schools in Wales which are specially-designed for children from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds.
For instance, the children’s centre in Newport is a specialisation school for pupils with low levels of English proficiency.
The Welsh language is also recognised in the Welsh Government’s English language policy.
The aim is for all children to be able to learn Welsh at a level equivalent to that achieved by other pupils in