A new report has set out how the Post-Compulsory Education and Training (PCET) system in Wales can be strengthened so that it can be at the forefront of international innovation and best practice.
Parents in Wales will soon be able to access a new £1.7m fund to help cover the cost of school uniforms.
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has announced major changes to Sex and Relationships Education in Wales (SRE) and its place in the curriculum.
Launch of the National Academy for Educational Leadership
Nine education professionals from across Wales win at the Professional Teaching Awards Cymru 2018.
Welsh Government launches new campaign aimed at parents backed with £700,000 support for schools.
Education is vital to achieving our target of a million Welsh speakers by 2050.
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has welcomed the latest figures showing absenteeism from primary schools in Wales has fallen over the last decade.
Wales passes Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill
Teachers will soon have more choice about the digital tools they use thanks to the roll-out of Google for Education, Kirsty Williams has announced.
Pupils across Wales are set to benefit from a new £2.5 million Welsh Government small and rural schools grant it was announced today (Friday 17th November).
The Welsh Government has earmarked a further £2.3bn to modernise education infrastructure.
The Novello Orchestra changes name to The Not New Novello Orchestra for the day to launch Welsh Government pilot scheme ‘Instruments for Kids’.
New and improved incentives to teach physics, chemistry, maths, Welsh and modern foreign languages have been announced by the Education Secretary Kirsty Williams.
Link between universities and schools must go beyond teacher training
The Welsh Government has today [Tuesday 24 October] outlined a £310m package of financial support to drive up skills across Wales.
A new £2.7m project to improve the way supply teachers support schools has been announced by the Education Secretary Kirsty Williams today (Tues 24th Oct).
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has announced new rules to reduce the number of pupils being entered too early for exams (Mon 16th Oct).
Grŵp Llandrillo Menai gets £6.75 million Welsh Government boost for state of the art engineering centre at Coleg Menai
New plan for national mission to raise standards – Kirsty Williams