Events

Wales Technology Awards – Best Edtech Application Award

SaySomethingin was honoured to be nominated for the Best EdTech Award at the 2024 Wales Technology Awards. Their selection criteria was: In the ever-evolving landscape of education, technology plays a pivotal role in ...

Nick Prichard

03rd Apr 2024

Partnerships

SaySomethingin Gaeilge

In the week that the Wales XV travelled to the Aviva Stadium for their third match of the Six Nations Championship, a SaySomethingin team of Aran and Nick were also in Dublin to share SSi technology and methodology ...

Nick Prichard

11th Mar 2024

Partnerships

SSi Living Wage accreditation

SaySomethingin are honoured and proud to have gained Living Wage accreditation. The Living Wage is an hourly rate of pay, independently calculated each year based on the real cost of living in the UK. It is higher than ...

Nick Prichard

23rd Jan 2024

Events

Building a Welsh-speaking King of Ireland

The dramatic new Welsh language musical ‘Branwen: y Dadeni’ has just come to the end of a very successful run throughout Wales, selling out everywhere and gathering positive reviews, particularly for its scope and ...

Aran Jones

28th Nov 2023

Events

The National Centre for Learning Welsh and The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

As Storm Debi threw rain, wind and freezing cold at all of us this week, The National Centre for Learning Welsh held an event that warmed all who attended. The Norwegian Church Arts Centre, on the banks of Cardiff Bay, ...

Nick Prichard

17th Nov 2023

Course development

Taith Fasnach i Japan Hydref 2023 | Trade Mission to Japan October 2023

Llywodraeth Cymru Rhyngwladol | Welsh Government International  SaySomethingin participated in the recent trade mission to Tokyo, Japan, organised by the Welsh Government. We wanted to investigate potential uses for ...

Nick Prichard

31st Oct 2023

Events

The Corn is Green

In 2022, I had one of the more unexpected and entertaining experiences to bubble up out of working for SaySomethinginWelsh. One of our Iaith ar Daith graduates, Joanna Scanlan (who won a best actress BAFTA for her ...

Aran Jones

12th Oct 2023

Community

Eisteddfod 2023 Blog

Some say that we shouldn’t look back, that it’s healthier to set our sights forward, embracing newness and progress. But sitting in the sun on the Eisteddfod Maes, a pint of something cold and golden in hand, in the ...

Catrin Lliar Jones

06th Sep 2023

The Future of Welsh

The future of Iaith ar Daith

I don’t think I’ve ever been on a panel at the Eisteddfod before – not that I can remember, anyway. I’ve done other things – reenacted Merched Beca smashing tollbooths (in a very fetching dress), ...

Aran Jones

14th Aug 2023

Partnerships

Revolutionising Language Teaching in South Asia: The “Anyone Can Teach” Approach

Education.SouthAsia is a collaboration between the University of Oxford and University College London that invites original and analytic pieces that make interdisciplinary contributions to the issue of education in ...

Nick Prichard

19th Jul 2023