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
£1.28 million invested to cut classroom bureaucracy – Kirsty Williams
Pupils receiving their GCSE and Welsh Baccalaureate results have been congratulated by Education Secretary Kirsty Williams today (Thurs 24th August).
Students receiving their A-level and Welsh Baccalaureate results have been congratulated by Education Secretary Kirsty Williams today.
Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol’s role should expand says review
The pilot is ahead of a national musical instrument amnesty in November.
A new network for excellence to improve how maths is taught in schools and improve standards has been officially launched (Fri 14th July).
Students from Wales will receive the equivalent of the National Living Wage while they study, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has confirmed today. (Tues 11th July).
Employability is not just about jobs and skills, it is about getting every aspect of Government all working together to support people into sustainable employment.
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has written to all schools in Wales to raise awareness of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).
The Welsh Government is investing an extra £4.2m to support the teaching and learning of Welsh and subjects through the medium of Welsh.