SWW Reaching Wider Partnership

Rewise Learning, in conjunction with South West Wales Reaching Wider and UWTSD, have created multiple projects with the aim of helping schools in South Wales learn in a fun way. I:Explore is a STEAM project providing students with the opportunity to build, decorate, and race mini cars. Whereas, I:Ganu is a music and singing workshop aiming to promote the learning of the Welsh language in primary schools. 

Who are the South West Wales Reaching Wider Partnership?




The South West Wales Reaching Wider Partnership are funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales Reaching Wider Programme and their partners are Swansea University, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, The Open University in Wales, Coleg Sir Gâr, Gower College Swansea, NPTC Group of Colleges, Pembrokeshire College, Careers Wales, local authorities and schools in South West Wales. 


They offer a range of inspiring learning and attainment raising activities for targeted children, young people and adults across South West Wales which create pathways to higher education.  The team at UWTSD asked Rewise Learning to help with the creation and delivery of some of these activities including I:Explore and I:Ganu.


I:Explore, a STEAM project, is a workshop designed for Year 10 pupils that provides them with the knowledge, skills, and materials to build, decorate, and race mini Drag Racer Cars. With the help of Rewise Learning Tutors, students successfully built their own cars which allowed them to discover opportunities arising from studying STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) subjects. Information was also given on Further Education and Career pathways that relate to STEAM industries.


“The workshop was loads of fun! Everyone was really engaged and enjoyed taking part.” 

Teaching assistant, Coed Cae Comprehensive


What We Did:

  • Create and deliver bespoke STEAM based programmes.

  • Provide students with materials to participate in the project.

  • Increase knowledge of SWW Reaching Wider Partnership with Schools and Guardians.

Children Embracing in Circle


I:Ganu is a music and singing workshop aiming to promote the development of the Welsh Language as a second language in primary schools. Rewise created and delivered a workshop to engage and support pupils who are learning Welsh. The song creation give the students an exciting opportunity to showcase their language skills whilst bringing a ‘cool’ factor to learning Welsh. 

Pupils got involved with the music and lyric writing which enabled them to express their creativity and views on the welsh language and culture, whilst also boosting their confidence in speaking welsh. 


What We Did:

  • Create deliver bespoke music-based programme.

  • Provide students with knowledge to participate in the project. 

  • Increase knowledge of SWW Reaching Wider Partnership with Schools and Guardians. 




"The best thing about the music course was the way my class not only absorbed the learning content in a creative way, but the way it challenged them to step out of their comfort zone. The changes in confidence of some individuals has been nothing short of extraordinary"


“The course and support from the Rewise team helped me get a work placement that has led to a job. The best decision I ever made was to sign up.”​


“I learned so much about how to manage a business - financial management, marketing strategy, and people management. I feel well prepared for the world of work!”​