Morgan graduated from Bangor University in 2013 with a BSc Geography degree before going on to complete the PGCE Primary 3-7 course there.
After training as a foundation phase teacher, he went on to work in Dolgarrog teaching years 3-6 (KS2). Whilst there he undertook a Masters with Cardiff University looking at reading comprehension amongst primary children, specifically using the reciprocal reading method.
By September 2019, Morgan has left the classroom for the time being to pursue a full time PhD, funded by the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol and Bangor University, looking at developing bilingual reading resources. In his spare time, Morgan volunteers as a crewmember on the Conwy Inshore Lifeboat.
Dr Llio Mai Hughes
Llio graduated from Bangor University with a degree in Welsh & Creative Writing in 2013. She went on to complete a Creative Writing MA followed by a Ph.D in aspects of Welsh Theatre, 1945-79 (funded by the AHRC). Her short story 'Beth Os?' was published in Cariad Pur (2015) and the story is now part of the scheme of work for the Welsh: Second Language syllabus (WJEC).
She won the Short Fiction competition in the Urdd Eisteddfod 2015 and 2016 as well as the Jennie Eirian Davies memorial prize. Additionally, she won first prize for writing a drama in the under 25's category in the Maldwyn a'r Gororau National Eisteddfod in 2015. She currently works for Gwynedd Council as a Welsh Language Promotion Officer and enjoys being a member of Theatr Fach Llangefni, where she serves on the committee as well as directing some of their productions.