Canolfan Addysg Athrawon De-Orllewin Cymru

The South West Wales Centre of Teacher Education

09th May 2016 01:02pm

Digital skills 'guard against job loss'

Schools should put a greater emphasis on teaching digital technology - as millions of jobs could be swept away by automation, says Lord Kenneth Baker.

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09th May 2016 12:10pm

Sats tests letter to pupils goes viral

An inspiring letter sent out to pupils by several schools ahead of upcoming Sats tests goes viral.

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09th May 2016 08:44am

VIDEO: Children's tips to cope with exam stress

A group of 10 and 11 year olds offer their advice to other children preparing to sit their Sats.

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08th May 2016 11:01pm

Primary pupils 'feel test pressure'

The overwhelming majority of 10- and 11-year-old pupils in England feel pressure to do well in tests, a survey suggests.

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08th May 2016 11:01pm

The gulf in applications between Cardiff's most and least-respected schools revealed

One school had 13 applications while another had 635

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07th May 2016 02:50pm

This heartwarming letter from a Swansea headteacher reminds pupils there is more to life than tests

Lee Burnell, headteacher of Llangyfelach Primary School, wanted to remind his pupils there are lots of ways to measure success

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07th May 2016 10:49am

Unions hail scrapping of academy plans

Teaching unions welcome a decision by Education Secretary Nicky Morgan to scrap plans to make all state schools in England become academies.

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07th May 2016 01:27am

VIDEO: Government U-turn on academies

The government has announced a major climb-down from its plan to force all schools in England to become academies.

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06th May 2016 11:09pm

Computing GCSE 'compromised' claim

Teachers fear OCR'S GCSE in computing has been "blatantly compromised" after students found controlled assessment answers in a textbook.

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06th May 2016 04:04pm

Government U-turn over forced academies

Education Secretary Nicky Morgan announces the government will not now pursue plans to force all schools in England to become academies.

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