Earlier this year, the Welsh Government established Adnodd, a new arm’s-length body to coordinate and oversee the provision and commissioning of education resources, in Welsh and English, to support the Curriculum for Wales and its qualifications. Its remit will include the commissioning of new materials and quality assurance of resources.
One of Adnodd’s core values is that it is a listening and responsive organisation. In developing a new commissioning model and quality assurance framework, Adnodd wants to hear from its stakeholders.
We are inviting you to share your thoughts on the commissioning and quality assurance of education resources for ages 3 through 19 in Wales in light of the continued rollout of the new Curriculum for Wales (CfW) and revised qualifications.
We are inviting practitioners, learners and their parents/carers, and stakeholders in the wider industry (including publishers, authors, and content creators) to share their thoughts in an online survey.
|Stakeholder Group||Survey Link|
|Teaching practitioners, including teachers, headteachers, teaching assistants, lecturers, tutors (primary, secondary, special, further education colleges, in all language mediums)||Link|
|Learners and their parents and carers||Link|
|Industry stakeholders, including publishers, authors, and education resources content creators||Link|
Practitioners, learners, and parents/carers who complete the online surveys will be entered into a prize draw for a £100 book token, redeemable at a range of retailers and independent bookshops across Wales. We hope these incentives are seen as a token of our appreciation for your time and energy, as it is imperative to capture key stakeholders’ views on this important topic.