Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has praised St Julian’s Primary for its part in developing how digital skills will be used in the curriculum throughout Wales.
Cabinet Secretary for Education Kirsty Williams has wished pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Rhydywaun, Aberdare good luck ahead of their appearance at the final of prestigious UK national engineering awards...
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has praised the pupils and staff at St Christopher’s Special school in Wrexham after a visit today (Thurs 16th March).
Students from each of the 11 Seren Network hubs across Wales will be given the opportunity to apply for the four-day summer school.
New rules for the courses that train teachers in Wales are part of the drive to attract the best talent to the profession, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams announced today.
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”).
A new £40m school for Port Talbot has been officially opened by Education Secretary Kirsty Williams today (Mon 13th March).
Funding for five new build primary schools in the Gwernyfed catchment area of Powys has been approved by the Welsh Government.
Speech given at a conference on secondary head teachers, 28 February.
The Secondary Head teachers’ Conference was held in the SWALEC Stadium in Cardiff on the 28 February and 1 March.
Take a look at the latest Welsh and bilingual resources commissioned by the Welsh Government to support teaching and learning.
Welsh teachers have come back down to earth following a trip to the European Centre for Nuclear Research (CERN), Switzerland.
New proposals to revamp teaching standards in Wales have been revealed by the Education Secretary Kirsty Williams (Thurs 2nd March).
A new expert group to advise on healthy relationships in the current school curriculum is to be set up, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams announced today (Weds 1st March).
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has welcomed a new report by the OECD that recognises the progress being made to reform the Welsh education system (Tues 28th Feb).
Apply for the Cadet Expansion Programme (CEP) and give pupils in your school the opportunity to develop a range of skills.
Education Secretary, Kirsty Williams today announced £1 million to establish a National Endowment for Music, which will enable more young people to access musical opportunities.
Plans for an investment of £20 million for those with addition learning needs have been announced by Minister for Lifelong Learning Alun Davies.
Kirsty Williams today launched a new Online Safety Zone for Welsh teachers and learners on Hwb, our digital learning platform.