Education

Education

Minister sees Yr Athrofa ambition

EDUCATION SECRETARY Kirsty Williams was presented with a radical new approach to teacher education during a recent visit to the University of Wales Trinity...

Education

10 weeks in Tanzania

ELLA WILKINSON, a student at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, recently returned from 10 weeks volunteering in Tanzania with Raleigh International...

Education

Estyn report gets mixed response

SUGGESTING that the problem is not so much ‘fake news’; as fishing for facts to suit different agendas, the reaction to the Estyn report into Wales’...

Education

Fund to cut class sizes introduced

A NEW £36m fund to reduce infant class sizes and raise standards has been announced by Education Secretary Kirsty Williams. Directed at the front line and...

Education

New ALN Bill introduced

THE WELSH GOVERNMENT has introduced a new law aimed at supporting learners with additional learning needs (ALN). If passed, the Additional Learning Needs and...

Education

Unions respond to PISA results

AFTER last week’s PISA results, those responsible for delivering children’s education have spoken out about what the results do and do not mean. Rob Williams...

Education

Attainment gap closes again

THE GAP between pupils in Wales receiving free school meals and their peers is continuing to close, according to the latest official figures released on...

Education

Teacher survey launched

ALL teachers in Wales are being urged to take part in the newly-launched Welsh Government Workforce Survey. NUT Cymru has said that it is crucial there is as...

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