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.
Aligning the Apprenticeship model to the needs of the Welsh Economy sets out the Welsh Government’s vision for addressing the needs of Welsh businesses and the wider economy.
Once again In 2017 we will be providing the Supported Marking Service for the Year 7 to 9 Numerical Reasoning Tests.
Proposed changes to supply teaching in Wales have been set out in an independent report published today (Thurs 2nd Feb).
Take a look at the latest Welsh and bilingual resources commissioned by the Welsh Government to support teaching and learning.
A new strategic authority to oversee skills, funding for research and the higher and further education sectors in Wales is to be created, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams announced today.
New information on the performance of schools in Wales which shows a fall in the number of schools in need of the most support, has been welcomed by Education Secretary Kirsty Williams.
If your school has a successful enterprise project that deserves recognition you can enter it in to the Enterprise Troopers Primary school competition.
The Welsh Government and The Brilliant Club are delighted to invite you to the Seren Conference 2017.
A new £36m fund to reduce infant class sizes and raise standards has been announced by the Education Secretary Kirsty Williams today.
A new 100 place school for pupils with additional learning needs (ALN) has been officially opened by the Minister for Lifelong Learning and Welsh Language, Alun Davies.
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has congratulated pupils who have received their results after sitting new ‘made in Wales’ maths GCSEs (Thurs 19th Jan).
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams is in Finland on a fact-finding mission to learn more about the country’s highly regarded education system (Weds 18th Jan).
Barnardo’s Cymru is running a second series of free, regional training events on Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) with the Welsh Government on the online ‘Hidden’ education resource.
25 more schools are to become involved in developing Wales’ new national curriculum, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams announced today (Mon 9th Jan).
More than £4m is to be invested to establish a new national network of excellence for science and technology to raise standards in Welsh schools, it was revealed today (Sat 7th Jan).
New Welsh Government investment will help provide quality meals and activities during the school summer holidays aimed at helping pupils from some of Wales’ most deprived communities.
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has announced £0.5 million to fund investment at Cantonian High (Wednesday 28th Dec).
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has announced £4.075 million of new funding to relocate Brynmenyn Primary school.