This Good Practice Guide is intended to be a practical and useful toolkit for schools and Further Education Institutions.
Educational practitioners are invited to put themselves forward to be members of the Panels that identify Welsh-medium resource requirements and monitor the quality of resources in production.
As we move further into this new school year we would like to remind you of our continued commitment to raising the standard of literacy and numeracy.
The plan, spanning the next five years, sets out three strategic actions
A six-week consultation seeks opinions on the way schools, colleges and other providers will be inspected from September 2017.
It is vital that duty holders are aware of their responsibilities in relation to asbestos.
Transition can have detrimental effects on vulnerable learners whose education is affected by poverty and disadvantage.
A review on whether teachers and others who support learning in independent schools and private further education institutions in Wales should be required to register with the EWC.
Pupil Deprivation Grant interventions for schools to use in the classroom
British Council Wales is currently inviting applications for an IPLC visit to Malaysia, during October half term 2015.
If you teach Welsh Second Language we want to hear from you.
A review of school categorisation has been undertaken to ensure the process is robust, transparent and consistently applied across Wales.
Steve Davies has been appointed as the Welsh Government’s new Director of School Standards and Workforce, Permanent Secretary Derek Jones, KCB has announced.
World-renowned Welsh physicist Dr Lyn Evans urged more young people in Wales to pursue science-based careers in order to boost the country’s competitiveness and success in the years ahead.
From September 2015, revised Foundation Phase Areas of Learning and revised programmes of study at Key Stages 2 to 4 will become statutory...
Dr Lyn Evans has urged youngsters in Wales who’ve done well at GCSE science to stick with the subject.
The exam systems of the four UK Nations have become increasingly divergent over the last few years