Welsh Government is developing new personalised assessments which will replace the paper National Reading and Numeracy Tests over time.
A reminder for schools on their responsibility to provide drinking water.
The tool is available on Hwb
A report by young people from Gypsy and Traveller communities about their education experience and barriers to their learning.
We have made significant progress in our ambitious plans to reform ITE (Initial Teacher Education) in Wales.
Parents and carers have a vital role to play in helping their children to learn and, more importantly, to enjoy school and learning.
You may be contacted to help assess how the Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN) policy on school attendance is being implemented across Wales. The evaluation will run from 10 April to 31 July 2017.
Teachers and practitioners are invited to help identify new Welsh-medium resources.
We are inviting all headteachers in Wales to nominate one pupil in either Year 10 or 11 to compete for a place on a unique work experience week in London in July 2017.
The National Digital Learning Awards are an integral part of the National Digital Learning Event.
This programme aims to strengthen high calibre leadership capacity in the further education sector.
We are looking for committed and capable candidates for the chair and deputy chairs for the Education Workforce Council Teacher Education Accreditation Committee (the “board”).
Apply for the Cadet Expansion Programme (CEP) and give pupils in your school the opportunity to develop a range of skills.
If your school has a successful enterprise project that deserves recognition you can enter it in to the Enterprise Troopers Primary school competition.