Did you know that around 50 new Learn Welsh tutors are starting work this academic year?
These tutors are based all over Wales - some working part-time, others full-time.
One of those who will start working part-time as a Learn Welsh tutor is primary school teacher, Chloe Edwards.
Chloe recently followed a training course with other tutors at Plas Tan-y-bwlch near Porthmadog.
Here’s a little bit more about Chloe:
Where are you from and where do you live now?
I'm originally from Crewe and now live in Conwy.
When did you start learning Welsh?
I started learning Welsh when I was in my third year at Bangor University.
What difference has learning Welsh made to you?
It has made a huge difference. Learning Welsh has opened a door to the culture, history and music of Wales.
I've had many wonderful experiences since learning Welsh - experiences I wouldn't have had without the language of heaven!
Why did you want to become a tutor?
I love teaching Welsh to the children at school and I wanted to see if I would enjoy teaching adults too.
How was the weekend at Plas Tan-y-bwlch?
It was great! I found it difficult to understand some words but everyone was very supportive and it was a good opportunity to expand my vocabulary.
When will you start working as a tutor?
I will be taking my first class in January, 2024.