Welcome to the new website of ACLT/Ros Dyski

An Ros Dyski is an organisation set up to offer support to those teaching the Cornish Language.  It is recognised that we don’t all have the same skills. We’re doctors, nurses, secretaries, lorry drivers etc. with only a few trained teachers and even fewer people with specialist language teaching skills.  We therefore need a lot of support and help.  The association is aiming to provide this support and provide Cornish teachers with a 'voice'.

The only criterion for joining the association is that you teach or are keen to teach Cornish, whether now or in the future. 

On this web-site www.teachcornish.com you will find details of members of the Association and ACLT news and events.  There will also be some resources for download. Please note that the resources area will be password-protected at some stage and (members will be given the password).

We can arrange visits by other class teachers as a means of support and you are encouraged to visit other classes, but please agree this with the class teacher first!

You can find a copy of our constitution here.

The advert below is for a new position at Cornwall Council – Project Archivist.  The contract will be 3 days a week for 6 months, working on the Dasserhi Kernowek project which will archive the Cornish language revival in the early 20th Century. .
https://cornwall.taleo.net/careersection/cornwall_portal/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en_GB&job=000001JQ

 

The Association is supported by:

Agan Tavas Our Language
An Kylgh Kernewek The Cornish Circle
Cussel an Tavaz Kernûak  The Cornish Language Council
Kesva an Taves Kernewek The Cornish Language Board
Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek The Cornish Language Fellowship
Sodhva an Taves Kernewek Cornish Language Office www.cornwall.gov.uk/cornishlanguage

Please click the logos to access the websites.