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24 November 2016
Forty-five young people from across Wales have brought home medals from the largest UK-wide skills competition, Worldskills UK.
24 November 2016
Funding for a new £37m all-through school in Margam has been approved by Education Secretary, Kirsty Williams.
22 November 2016
The Welsh Government has accepted independent proposals for students to receive the equivalent of the National Living Wage during term time while they study, it was announced today.
21 November 2016
All schools in Wales are to have access to superfast broadband speeds through £5m of new funding, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams announced today.
18 November 2016
Julie James, is pleased to announce that a project to improve the skills and job prospects of young people is being extended into East Wales thanks to an additional £1million EU funding boost.
17 November 2016
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has approved funding for a new £17m Welsh medium school campus to be built in Port Talbot.
17 November 2016
Plans for a new National Academy of Educational Leadership have been revealed by the Education Secretary Kirsty Williams today (Thurs 17th Nov).
16 November 2016
Wales' brightest students are able to get the inside track on gaining entry to some of the world’s best universities thanks to the Welsh Government’s Seren Network.
16 November 2016
With 86 Welsh youngsters qualifying for the final, as a region Wales tops the leader board for the highest number of competitors.
15 November 2016
New rules setting out a presumption against the closure of rural schools in Wales are to be introduced, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams will announce today.
12 November 2016
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has urged Welsh teachers to grasp a “once in a lifetime” opportunity to visit the European Centre for Nuclear Research (CERN), Switzerland.
11 November 2016
Parents, teachers and the wider public are being asked for their views on plans to make major changes to school governing bodies from today (Fri 11th Nov).
10 November 2016
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams will praise the inspirational role played by teachers and support staff, during a speech later today (Thurs 10th Nov).
03 November 2016
A new national network of excellence for mathematics is to be set up to boost standards in Welsh schools, it was announced today (Thurs 3rd Nov).
31 October 2016
The Minister for Skills and Science, Julie James, has visited a school leading the way in developing their pupils’ digital skills.
31 October 2016
A new national survey aimed at getting the views of teachers and support staff across Wales launches today, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has announced (Mon 31st Oct).
27 October 2016
The OECD, who publish the annual internationally recognised PISA rankings, will look at the strategies that the Welsh Government have put in place since they last reported on Wales...
27 October 2016
Parents were asked how frequently they helped their child with reading, writing and numbers and how confident they were in their own ability to help.
20 October 2016
The amount of money spent on the youngest disadvantaged pupils is set to double and there will be a £20m boost to improve school standards, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams said today.
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