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Welsh Baccalaureate Advanced

The 2017 Performance Measures are available here

The central focus of the Welsh Baccalaureate at Advanced level is to provide a vehicle for level 3 learners to consolidate and progress the development of essential and employability skills. Building on their achievements at level 2, the qualification will help learners develop more complex skills, attributes and behaviours. It will provide experiences which will enable learners to be better prepared for their future destination, whether university, further training or employment.


Challenge Brief Bank

Community Challenge

Enterprise and Employability Challenge

Global Citizenship Challenge

Generic Challenges (can be amended by centres)

Approved Challenge Briefs by Organisations

Approved Community Challenges

Approved Enterprise and Employability Challenges

Approved Global Citizenship Challenges



Contact Us

Welsh Baccalaureate
Framework Manager

Caroline Morgan
029 2026 5319
caroline.morgan@wjec.co.uk

Welsh Baccalaureate Senior Officer (Operational Queries)

Fleur Andrews
029 2026 5014
fleur.andrews@wjec.co.uk

Welsh Baccalaureate and Skills
Co-ordinator

Julie Rees
029 2026 5096
julie.rees@wjec.co.uk

Welsh Baccalaureate and Skills Support Officer

Sophia Hathaway
029 2026 5498
sophia.hathaway@wjec.co.uk

Our dedicated Regional Support Officers are also on hand to help make the transition seamless. Find your Officer


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Principal Moderators' Report Summer 2017
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Principal Examiners' Report

The Summer 2017 Principal Examiners' reports provide feedback on this Summer's examination series. The reports include helpful observations and commentary on the work produced for this series and can assist teachers in preparing their students for the next examination series.

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