“Quality at the heart of Welsh NHS” finds new international report
A new international report has concluded that quality is at the heart of the Welsh NHS and patient-centred care is a major priority (Friday 12th February).
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22 December 2011
Education Minister Leighton Andrews has announced Welsh Government incentive grants for postgraduate initial teacher training (ITT) courses for the 2012/13 academic year.
21 December 2011
The Minister for Education and Skills, Leighton Andrews, has announced that the WJEC’s Information and Communication Technology GCSE, to be sat on 17th January 2012, will be postponed until March
20 December 2011
Minister for Education and Skills announces a full review of assessment arrangements for children when they first enter the Foundation Phase.
14 December 2011
The Education Minister has announced a review into the structure of the general qualifications market in Wales.
12 December 2011
An EU-backed scheme is helping young people across South West Wales to improve their chances of success.
08 December 2011
The Welsh Government has responded to claims some examiners from the WJECT gave teachers unfair advice on upcoming GCSEs questions.
08 December 2011
Banding information for all secondary schools in Wales has today been published by the Welsh Government.
06 December 2011
The Deputy Minister for Skills has announced the membership of the Project Board for the Review of Qualifications 14-19.
05 December 2011
Education Minister, Leighton Andrews, has announced an investment of nearly £1.4 billion in our schools over seven years as part of the 21st Century Schools Programme.
29 November 2011
Education Minister Leighton Andrews has today revealed proposals for the future shape of Higher Education in Wales, calling for institutions to be strong, sustainable and successful.
28 November 2011
Minister opens first-class facilities at Ysgol y Felin
28 November 2011
A cutting-edge vocational centre for construction skills will be officially opened by Education Minister, Leighton Andrews, this afternoon.
23 November 2011
From September 2012, all Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs) will have the opportunity to follow a Masters programme as part of their Induction and Early Professional Development
22 November 2011
A new parent’s guide to explain exactly how school banding will work in Wales has been published by the Welsh Government.
18 November 2011
Education Minister Leighton Andrews has today told representatives of the WLGA that he expects regional consortia groups to find £20 million of resources to send to the education frontlines in Wales.
17 November 2011
As Anti-Bullying Week comes to end, Education Minister, Leighton Andrews, will today visit two schools that have made excellent progress in tackling bullying.
17 November 2011
Education Minister, Leighton Andrews, has spoken about the main challenges faced by schools in Wales, emphasising the difference that excellent governing bodies can make.
16 November 2011
The Apprenticeship Awards Cymru brought together the cream of learners, employers and training providers, who have shown total dedication and commitment to skills development.
15 November 2011
As Anti-bullying Week in Wales begins, Education Minister, Leighton Andrews, has stressed the important role that pupils, teachers, carers and parents have in tackling and preventing bullying.
14 November 2011
On National Student Finance Day, Education Minister Leighton Andrews has outlined how the Welsh Government will be providing £3.6 billion to support students during the lifetime of this Assembly.
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