Cadw has teamed up with the Arts Council of Wales to create a series of artists’ residencies across Wales over three years. Find out more.
Following a month long programme of cultural and artistic activities in Beaumaris Castle and at prehistoric sites across Anglesey during August 2008, Cadw began an exciting five-year education project in 2009. Find out more
The storytelling and literacy project has two main objectives. The first is to give teachers the tools and techniques to enable the creation and development of collaborative stories by class groups of pupils. The second is to use the castles as the setting for telling traditional local stories, and to encourage their appreciation of the castles and the cultural history of Wales by asking them to explore, observe and listen closely. Find out more
The Heritage Graffiti Project helps young offenders learn valuable lessons from their heritage.
By introducing young offenders to archaeological artefacts and explaining what they meant to the people who used them, Cadw enables groups of young offenders to explore themes of identity and community, and to discuss the impact we have upon the world through the objects that we use today. Find out more
MORTARIA stands for Motivating Offender Rehabilitation Through Archaeological Recording, Investigation and Analysis.
Low self-esteem and a lack of transferable skills are just two of the challenges facing offenders aiming to get their lives back on track. Through a series of workshops on archaeology, Cadw and its partners offer offenders the potential to discover new opportunities and change their lives. Find out more
As part of an innovative literacy project, pupils from in Ysgol Talacharn, Ysgol Griffith Jones and Ysgol Llys Hywel Whitland wrote poems and created short multimedia films — all inspired by the life and work of Dylan Thomas. The imaginative resources that were produced as part of the project can be downloaded from our website, and can be used to develop literacy at any of Cadw's sites. Find out more