Sian Lloyd-Williams

Sian Lloyd-Williams

Dr, BA, BSc, MA, PhD, PGCertHE, HEA


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Enquiry in Schools

September 2021/March 2022        Evidence Informed Profession Group – Welsh Government

2020 - Present             Collaborative Research Network: Welsh Language and Bilingual Education

2020 - Present               Aberystwyth University Lead National Proffesional Enquiry Programme

2014 – 2018                    Masters in educational Practice (MEP) 


Siân started her current lecturing position in the department of Education at Aberystwyth University in September 2012.

Research interests

Siân's personal research includes aspects relating to bilingualsim and multilingualism, language acquisition, assessment, language awareness and various aspects related to the maintenance of the Welsh language.

Siân is also heavily involved in several projects looking at enquiry in schools and projects aiming to develop an Evidence Informed Proffesion within the Education Sector.


Director of Research for the School of Education



National Masters - Advanced Research and Enquiry Skills 

Siân has contributed and has coordinated a variety of undergraduate modules including:

AD14320 - Datblygiad Iaith / ED14320 Language Development

AD13620 - Sgiliau Allweddol i Brifysgol / ED13620 - Key Skills for University

AD20120 - Seicoleg Dysgu a Meddwl / ED20120  Psychology of Learning and Thinking

AD20620 - Gweithio gyda Plant / ED20620 - Working with Children

AD33640 - Traethawd Hir / ED33600 Dissertation


  • L Education (General)
  • Bilingual Education
  • BF Psychology
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Bilingualism
  • Code-Switching
  • P Philology. Linguistics
  • Bilingualism


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