There was a clear need for consistent safeguarding learning and development tools and in response we have developed e-modules available on Hwb.
This consultation addresses two aspects of the ITE change programme that will help to shape an education system that is fit for the future
Please let us know if you have any ideas for new resources or suggestions for the type of resources that you would like to see being commissioned.
Maintained schools are not required to produce a Home School Agreement (HSA).
Parents and carers have a vital role to play in helping their children to learn and, more importantly, to enjoy school and learning.
The attached Bureaucracy Project letter and Audit Tables outline information to develop a comprehensive document which will be useful to schools and colleges as a work-planning and bench-marking tool.
Regional Consortia are asking schools for feedback on the draft Digital Competence Framework (DCF), developed by practitioners from Digital Pioneer schools, until 4 July.
Adoption UK is calling on all adoptive parents in Wales to let their children’s schools know about a guide to working with adopted children and their families.
Learning Wales has been the online source for the latest education policy, guidance, news, research and more since its inception in September 2012.
Teachers and practitioners are invited to help identify new Welsh-medium resources.
Digital competence skills play a powerful role in the lives of children and young people. Confident and creative application of these skills is essential to life, learning and work.
On March 17, Welsh Government and Arts Council of Wales jointly launched the new Creative Learning Zone on Hwb.
Improving Literacy and numeracy in all schools in Wales along with breaking the link between disadvantage and educational attainment remain our priorities.