Cornish Language Fellowship

cornish language fellowship

The Cornish language is in a stronger state than it has been for a long time, but just like all minority languages, there is a need for a programme to protect, support and develop the language.  Cornwall Council leads the Cornish language programme, which aims to increase the number of Cornish speakers and create more opportunities to use Cornish.

The Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek (Cornish Language Fellowship) also shares this aim and would like to begin to find out how Primary schools may wish to enrich and enhance their local curriculum and thus embrace the language further. We would therefore be grateful if you would complete this brief questionnaire and return it either to the Kowethas stand at the CAPH Eden Conference on 18th Oct (morning) or email to kowethasanyeth@gmail.com.

Schools completing the questionnaire will receive a free Cornish language resource to use in school, thus enabling us to gain an overview of current Primary school provision. 

If you are not able to collect at the conference, the free resource will have to be collected from 'Kowsva, The Cornish Place' at Heartlands, Pool from Mon 22nd Oct. 'Kowsva' is open on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays between 10am and 1pm. 

The questionnaire is available to download below.

Meur ras a’gas kollenwel an govynador ma.    

T. 01726 212892 E. info@caph.org.uk