Delyth is a freelance educational consultant, specialising in the application of the Literacy Framework in Wales. She is also an External Mentor to teachers in their first year of teaching and those following the Masters in Education Programme (MEP).
From January 2014 to July 2015, she worked as a schools’ Partner on the National Support Programme (NSP) for CfBT, providing direct support and guidance to a large number of schools and clusters as they incorporated the Literacy and Numeracy Framework (LNF) into their planning. As part of her Partner role, she also led bilingual training for teachers and classroom assistants throughout Wales.
From 2007 to 2013 she was a full-time lecturer in Welsh and education at the School of Education, Bangor University. Her role included lecturing to students on the PGCE and BA QTS courses, overseeing students on school experience and tutoring individual students.
From 2003 to 2007 she worked as Project Director for the Welsh Language Board, directing the highly successful Immersion Education and the Teaching of Welsh through Intensive Methods Project. During this period she was part of a small delegation from the Welsh Language Board that visited schools in Canada to observe the teaching of French through intensive methods.
Prior to taking up this post, she worked in the primary school sector in Denbighshire and Flintshire, as head teacher, deputy head teacher and classroom teacher. She has experience of working in designated Welsh-medium schools, bilingual schools and English-medium schools.
Delyth has also taught Welsh to adults and has developed interactive language materials for children for the BBC.