“There has been a six percentage point improvement in the GCSE results of children growing up in care”, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams (Weds 10th May).
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has today sent a message of good luck to all those who have made it through to the finals of the prestigious new Professional Teaching Awards Cymru (Fri 5th May).
National reading and numeracy tests in Welsh schools are set to replace paper with innovative online assessments that adapt to a pupil’s abilities.
Four Welsh competitors have been selected to represent the UK in the largest international skills competition, WorldSkills, held in Abu Dhabi in October this year.
Skills and Science Minister, Julie James, has welcomed new figures showing a decline in the number of young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) during 2016.
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.
A summit aimed at ensuring that Welsh-medium text books are available has been called by the Education Secretary Kirsty Williams today (Weds 26th April).
Teachers and practitioners are invited to help identify new Welsh-medium resources.
EU students applying for a place at Welsh universities for the 2018/19 academic year will be eligible for financial support, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams announced today (Mon 24 April).
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.
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has earmarked £700,000 of Welsh Government funding to assist families on low incomes with the purchase of school uniform for their children.
A review of government-funded research and innovation in Wales has begun its work today (Wednesday 5th April).
Calls for schools to sign up to project aimed at inspiring next generation of digital entrepreneurs.
Speech by the Cabinet Secretary for Education Kirsty Willams delivered at Leadership Foundation for Higher Education conference at the Life Sciences Hub, Cardiff Bay.
Financial incentives of up to £20,000 per student to attract the best graduates into teaching subjects such as maths, chemistry, physics and computer science in Wales.
Take a look at the latest Welsh and bilingual resources commissioned by the Welsh Government to support teaching and learning.
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has called on Welsh universities to become Living Wage employers (Sun 2nd April).
95% of children in Wales aged 7 to 15 used the internet at home, a new report published today show.
Wales’ Minister for Skills and Science, Julie James, today (March 27) launches the hunt for this year’s star learners, employers, tutors and assessors.
Changes to how the money used to support the most disadvantaged pupils in Wales will benefit those in nursery and reception and children in local authority care.