The school inspectorate for Wales is calling for more to be done to improve children's Welsh reading and writing.
Estyn says that whilst children are making progress in speaking the language, their reading and writing isn't as developed.
So why are schools not doing better on one of their compulsory subjects? Our Education Corespondent Joanna Simpson investigates.
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