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World of Words (WOW) is a NACE approved non-profit well-being project that uses literacy and language to build confidence and self-esteem from primary school children upwards. WOW has partnered 20 schools and helped over 3500 children.

WOW welcomes Sion Tomos Owen

By Rob Jones RCT children’s literacy and well-being project World of Words has made a valuable bond with Sion Tomos Owen. To be in the orbit of a legend is indeed a pleasure and WOW asked their long term pal to pop up to Clydach Vale! This talented guy responded to a call and a chance […]

Storyville Books journey to World of Wor...

by Rob Jones World of Words – WOW i.e. www.worldofwords.education welcomed Jayne Coleman from Storyville Books in Pontypridd for an afternoon of literacy, learning and laughter at Ton Pentre Junior School. Jayne along with Rob from WOW promoted the values of reading and the benefits of applying oneself to a world of words. Jayne even brought […]

Video Storytelling at World of Words

by Rob Jones It is many thanks to Daniel Townsend of Settled It Cymru for answering the call from World of Words (WOW). Bless this good guy for coming into Ton Pentre Junior School and leading a session of learning and laughter. From a blank canvas the two classes of Year 6 worked in groups, […]

Transport for Wales visits WOW

by Rob Jones Lee Barrett is a former pupil of Cwmclydach Primary School and via an invite from World of Words – WOW he returned to his former juniors. Lee chatted about his career as a train driver which has then led to him becoming an instructor and manager within Transport For Wales. The presentation was […]

Wondrous words about WOW

Wondrous words about WOW

WOW has been studying a variety of subjects at Cwmclydach Primary School in the Summer 2023 term, including the dangers of mountain arson, and the negatives of dumping litter. The students who come to us are future leaders and their acknowledgement of both good values and bad behaviours augurs well for the future. On the […]

Driving to WOW

by Rob Jones Driving instructor Rob Ivin visited Cwmclydach Primary School via World of Words to have a chat with local children about his job and how reading and language []plays an important role in the driving process. Rob was a success and the year 5 and 6 youngsters were enthused via their attentive listening […]

WOW at Wales international

Children’s literacy and well-being project World of Words i.e. www.worldofwords.education organised free tickets for Olly Reeves of Ton Pentre Juniors plus a family member to attend the Wales v Armenia game. Mr. Jeff Roberts who is Acting Head Teacher at Ton Pentre made this lovely comment, when the school were informed: ‘That’s great Rob. Thank […]

Another positive for WOW

Children’s literacy and well-being programme World of Words i.e. www.worldofwords.education arranged free tickets for Charlie Williams of Cwmclydach Primary and his dad to attend the Wales v Armenia football international at the Cardiff City Stadium. Mrs. Linsey Owens received the attached photograph after the game and made this nice comment: ‘Thanks for these Rob. Looks […]

Rocco speaks to WOW

Rocco Dean has written four books about the fortunes and misfortunes of Leeds United FC and as World of Words has been lucky enough to welcome a variety of football related characters it was nice to invite a soccer writer into the fold. Rocco is based in Yorkshire but he gave up his time to […]