Website Design & Developement
Supporting families of children and young people with additional learning needs
www.snapcymru.org is a Welsh bilingual website that provides key information for parents and young people in on various aspects of Additional Learning Needs; helping children and young people to reach their potential by ensuring families have independent information, advice and support.
SNAP Cymru celebrated the launch of their bilingual website by hosting an event at the Pierhead in Cardiff Bay Ocotober 2014. The event was sponsored by Huw Lewis AM – Minister for Education and Skills, and Ruth Conway – Head of Additional Learning Needs Policy, spoke on his behalf.
Nia Frobisher and Rebecca Bartle, young volunteers for SNAP Cymru, spoke in Welsh and English they explained how the new website meets the need for a bilingual and flexible online platform that can work across all devices whether, smartphone, tablet or laptop. They also outlined how this reflects SNAP’s commitment to provide accessible, reliable and accurate information to every family in their chosen language and highlighted the websites ability to share articles, news and feedback through facebook, twitter, newsletter and interactive pages. SNAP Cyrmu’s unique Wmff! website and app was also showcased. Nia is currently studying law at King’s College London where her work includes communicating to young people their legal rights while Rebecca is hoping to study Social Anthropology at University.