Welsh Literature GCSE
GCSE Welsh Literature is a qualification that encourages candidates to develop their interest and enthusiasm in Welsh literature and to enable them to contribute to a bilingual society of the twenty first century. The aim is to develop candidates' confidence to respond analytically and personally to literature and contemporary multimedia cultural materials in order to gain an appreciation of Wales' cultural heritage.
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GCSE Welsh Literature Examiners' Report Summer 2017Download
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.