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10th September 2014 05:07am

New medical centre aims to deliver world leading research into wounds

The Welsh Wound Innovation Centre, based at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital, will be officially opened today.

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10th September 2014 01:09am

Tough schools 'to get best new heads'

A network of 100 "talented leaders" will be sent into England's most challenging schools over the next two years, the government announces.

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10th September 2014 01:00am

Warning on lack of careers advice

Careers services for young people in England need to be urgently improved, says a report from an advisory body set up by the government.

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09th September 2014 03:15pm

'Dylan Thomas's reputation has grown from doomed bohemian genius': ex-Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams

Swansea-born Dr Rowan Williams the former 104th Archbishop of Canterbury says Dylan Thomas is no longer 'patronised'

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09th September 2014 11:09am

VIDEO: Why is there a Tube train at a school?

England has a relatively new breed of schools called University Technical Colleges with their unique form of funding.

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09th September 2014 09:01am

UK shifts towards 'graduate economy'

The UK has passed a significant milestone towards becoming a graduate economy, says an annual OECD international education report.

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08th September 2014 06:43pm

PE funding has 'positive effect'

Children in nine out of 10 primary schools in England are getting better PE lessons thanks to new sport funding, suggests research for the government.

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08th September 2014 03:15pm

The remarkable doctor who performed Wales' first open heart surgery, played rugby with the greats and ran clinics among Borneo's headhunters

Tributes to miner's son Tom Rosser, who  became known for his pioneering medical work, and even established a flock of hospital sheep to help advance groundbreaking surgical procedures

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08th September 2014 03:03pm

Lower uni grades admission concerns

Concerns are raised students are getting into Welsh universities with lower grades than elsewhere in the UK and the gap appears to be widening.

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08th September 2014 02:54pm

Boost adult basic skills, urge MPs

The adults who struggle most with literacy and numeracy are not getting the help they need, say MPs.

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