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23 September 2016
The maximum tuition fee level that institutions in Wales will be able to charge will remain at £9,000 for 2017/18, it has been announced today (Fri 23rd Sept).
 
21 September 2016
The changes aim to put Wales in a world-leading position of integrating digital skills across the curriculum.
 
20 September 2016
The move builds on Professor John Furlong’s independent report that concluded teacher training needed reforming to raise standards.
 
16 September 2016
Cabinet Secretary for Education, Kirsty Williams was in Newtown yesterday to launch Newtown High School’s new cashless system.
 
08 September 2016
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams received a warm welcome as she officially opened the new £8m Pontprennau Primary School in Cardiff today (Thurs 8th Sept).
 
08 September 2016
Now is the time for Welsh universities to reconnect with the communities that surround them, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams will say today in a major speech (Thurs 8th Sept).
 
05 September 2016
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has launched new learning materials, including online videos, aimed at getting more parents involved in their children’s maths homework
 
25 August 2016
The Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has offered her congratulations to students across Wales celebrating their GCSE and Welsh Baccalaureate results today.
 
23 August 2016
Minister for Skills and Science Julie James has welcomed the publication of the Employer Skills Survey (ESS) 2015.
 
22 August 2016
The Minister for Skills and Science, Julie James, is visiting Swansea City Football Club Academy to talk to its apprentices about their learning experiences.
 
18 August 2016
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has congratulated students across Wales receiving their A-level and Welsh Baccalaureate results today (Thurs 18th August).
 
10 August 2016
Minister for Skills and Science, Julie James, has congratulated this year’s graduates from British Airways Maintenance Cardiff (BAMC) for successfully completing their apprenticeships.
 
09 August 2016
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has approved £4.125 million for a new industry standard technology centre at Coleg Cambria.
 
09 August 2016
Match funding for a new £8m English medium school in Briton Ferry has been given the green light by Cabinet Secretary for Education, Kirsty Williams.
 
02 August 2016
A new group is to be set up to review the future role of Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol, the Welsh Government announced today (Tues 2nd August).
 
28 July 2016
Kirsty Williams will today join young people at Glynneath library to celebrate the Summer Reading Challenge by launching the Big Friendly Read - a scheme to encourage reading on a giant scale.
 
28 July 2016
A £7.3m EU-backed scheme to boost the career prospects of students from disadvantaged backgrounds has been announced.
 
14 July 2016
Cabinet Secretary for Education Kirsty Williams was full of praise for the way leaders at Pembroke Dock Community School are involving parents and carers in the education of children there.
 
14 July 2016
On her first visit to the city since being appointed Education Secretary, Kirsty Williams has said students and staff from across the European Union are welcome at Swansea University.
 
12 July 2016
The way Tremorfa Nursey School has driven up standards by working with parents, families and the wider community has been commended by Education Secretary Kirsty Williams.
 
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