An Kylgh Kernewek (The Cornish Language Circle) has been running Cornish language classes since 2007. Our classes are normally held in the Falmouth/Penryn and Redruth areas and at Rosewarne Downs, Camborne.

We have teachers  for every level, from absolute beginners right through to advanced. We prepare students for the WJEC assessments and the exams of Kesva an Taves Kernewek (The Cornish Language Board) if they wish, though these are certainly not obligatory. All our tutors teach using the Standard Written Form (SWF) of the language, the official form as taught in schools and used in public life. Do contact us if you are interested in these or other classes.

Not sure whether you should learn a new language? Have a look at this article about research done by the University of Edinburgh.

If you would like to support us by becoming a social member of An Kylgh Kernewek (£5 donation), please contact us for details.

You'll find some downloadable resources on our materials page.

 

Classes 201819

First year of a two-year beginners’ course (to Kesva Grade 1)

Redruth:  Thursday evenings. Begins 13th. September. 6.45pm

Penryn: Monday evening at 7pm. Classes begin on 24th. September

Second year of a two-year beginners’ course (to Kesva Grade 1)

Penryn: Monday evening at 7pm. Classes begin on 24th. September

One-year course (to Kesva Grade 2)

Penryn: Monday evening at 7pm. Classes begin on 24th. September
Redruth: Thursday evenings. Begins 13th. September. 7pm

One year course (to Kesva Grade 3)

Redruth:PLEASE NOTEl This course will not run this year.

Penryn: Monday evening at 7pm. Classes begin on 24th. September

Second year of a two-year course (to Kesva Grade 4)

Rosewarne, Camborne. Tuesday evening. Begins in September.

 

For full details of all Cornish classes and lots of resources visit www.learncornishnow.org.

 

An Kylgh Kernewek can be contacted by ringing Pat on 01209 215917 or emailing info@learncornishdreckly.org.uk. We'd be delighted to hear from you and answer any queries about learning Cornish and Cornish classes.