Night time economy framework »The framework aims to help develop a sustainable, healthy and safe night time economy in Wales.Learn more »
New EU project to enhance coastal infrastructure in Wales and Ireland
Universities in Wales and Ireland are joining forces to investigate how coastal defences and renewable energy schemes can be improved by more eco-friendly designs.
- Welsh Government seeks innovative ideas to tackle childhood obesity with healthier and cheaper food choices
- Welsh team set to compete at Special Olympics, thanks to Welsh Government and Disability Sport Wales funding
- New EU project to enhance coastal infrastructure in Wales and Ireland
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Section highlightLandfill Disposals Tax Communities Scheme
The scheme will support local community and environmental projects in areas affected by the disposal of waste to landfill.
Final Budget 2017-18 »
The amount of funding allocated to Welsh Government Main Expenditure Groups (MEGs) for 2017-18 is £15bn.Learn more »
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The Cabinet Secretary for Education has responded to Professor Ellen Hazelkorn’s report on a ‘framework for building a world-class post-compulsory education system’.
The Minister for Education and Skills agreed to undertake a workforce planning exercise for specialist services that support children and young people with special educational needs (SEN).
Considering the delivery of higher education qualifications at levels 4 and 5 within Further Education Institutions.
The Minister for Education and Skills agreed to review the skills of the general education workforce in Wales in relation to the provision of support for children and young people with special educational needs (SEN).
This document is an end of project report/evaluation of the GCSE English and Mathematics Project (Phase III) that ran in schools from September 2013 to March 2014.
Immediate and longer-term recommendations have been made as a result of an independent review of lessons learned.
Recommendations to help improve online digital learning in higher and further education.
This report makes recommendations based on analysis of evidence and data, discussions with schools, and a review of WJEC’s processes.
The Delivery Unit of the Welsh Government, Department for Education and Skills, has completed a priority review about the variability across schools in provisional GCSE outcomes from summer 2013.
The findings of the external task and finish group following their review of the local curriculum offer at Key Stage 4 (KS4).
We will use the findings and recommendations of this priority review to disseminate good practice and promote high quality and consistently effective tracking systems throughout Wales.
This review identifies lessons learnt from Band 1 schools that have maintained high levels of performance, and Band 4 and 5 schools that have improved, to inform the improvement journey for other schools.
In February 2013 the Welsh Government funded a series of geographical-based workshops throughout Wales in order to support teachers’ understanding of the syllabus changes to GCSE English and Mathematics in relation to current Year 11 learners (the Phase 1 Project).
In order to build upon existing schools’ knowledge and best practice, the Welsh Government funded a series of workshops throughout Wales for heads of English and mathematics departments in all secondary schools in Wales.
This report sets out the findings of a review into the performance of candidates in Wales in GCSE English Language.
Professor Iram Siraj-Blatchford reviewed the CDAP over the period December 2011/January 2012 and reported her views to the Minister for Education and Skills.
We have responded to a consultation on proposals for a single admissions process for postgraduate initial teacher training which has implications for Wales.
Stakeholder responses to possible provisions within an Education (Wales) Measure.
'The Impact of the International Dimension in Education on School Effectiveness and Learner Attainment' highlights the results of recent work looking at the impact of an international dimension on schools, and how that relates to a Welsh educational context. All schools noted improvements i ...
This research report was commissioned by the Welsh Assembly Government in July 2009. The aim of the report was to review the development, operation and sustainability of skills academy networks across the UK and other relevant countries.
The R&D Review Panel, drawing in expertise from Higher Education, Business and Research Funders, was convened to address how Wales can perform better relative to the rest of the UK in attracting external research funding than it currently.
This report details the findings of a qualitative review carried out jointly by Department for Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills (DCELLS) and Ofqual of standards in the GCSE Science and GCSE Additional Science examinations that were held in the summer 2009.
The purpose of these reports is to explore children’s attitudes to play.
The qualifications regulators have published a report on how the regulators and awarding organisations deal with the delivery of new and revised qualifications and with any disruption to exams.
This report sets out the conclusions and recommendations of the independent task and finish group that considered the future funding of Coleg Harlech Workers' Educational Association North Wales’ residential provision. This work was commissioned by the then Children, Education, Lifelong Learnin ...
These reports provides details on the performance of the WJEC, as the only awarding body for General Qualifications (GCSEs, A levels and Principal Learning) that is based in Wales.
This Statistical Bulletin is published on behalf of the qualifications regulators in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It presents data on the access arrangements approved for GCSE and GCE examinations during the June 2009 examinations series.
This Statistical Bulletin is published on behalf of the qualifications regulators in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It presents data on malpractice in GCSE and GCE examinations during the June 2009 examination series.
This report sets out the recommendations of the Task and Finish Group, chaired by Professor David Egan, University of Wales Institute Cardiff. The group was tasked with considering the educational experience of 8 to 14 year olds, including their transition from primary to secondary education.
This report was commissioned by the Welsh Assembly Government solely in connection with the financial appraisal of the proposed Healthy Eating in Schools (Wales) Measure 2008 as introduced by Jenny Randerson AM on 14th March 2008.
In July 2008 the CELLS Minister invited Professor Robin Williams to establish a Planning Board and to produce an independent report on a model for a Coleg Ffederal by June 2009.
An evaluation of Techniquest by GHK Consulting Ltd., commissioned by the Department for Children, Education, Lifelong Learning & Skills.
The working group was set up in 2006 by the then Minister for DCELLS to prepare a strategy for using ICT to transform teaching, learning and organisational effectiveness in schools.
This second report focuses on the key issues discussed by the MAG, and includes as appendices the individual panel reports that cover the issues discussed during that period.
Rights in Action: implementing children and young people’s rights in Wales outlines the contribution the Welsh Assembly Government has made, in partnership with other statutory agencies and with the voluntary sector, to furthering children’s and young people’s rights as set out in the UN Convention ...
Independent consultants York Consulting Ltd, have undertaken a first stage national evaluation of the implementation of Children and Young People's Frameworks, Early Entitlement and Cymorth.
This document provides details on current action to utilise e-learning technology in education and training in Wales, and understand more clearly how it might contribute to enhancing learning performance and articipation. It includes the text of a keynote address by the Minister for Education and L ...
The report centres around a seminar on Adult Education, held in Brussels on 1 March 2004 It summarises presentations made at the seminar and the outcomes of workshops.