Canolfan Addysg Athrawon De-Orllewin Cymru

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28th November 2014 05:11pm

Topping out ceremony at Cardiff and Vale College's new £45m campus

Canal Parade is the biggest current building development covering 16,000m2 . It will open to students for the 2015/6 term.

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28th November 2014 04:22pm

Vice Chancellor of Wales' controversial Glyndwr University to stand down next year

Professor Michael Scott has led the North Wales institution since 2002, during a tumultuous period

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28th November 2014 01:14pm

Government publishes British Values

Schools in England must ensure pupils have respect and tolerance for all faiths, races and cultures, says new government guidance on British values.

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28th November 2014 09:59am

School criticised for poor diversity

A Lincolnshire school is told it cannot be rated as 'outstanding' by Ofsted because pupils need more awareness of other British cultures.

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28th November 2014 07:23am

Free school breakfasts 'must change'

A third of Welsh children are not receiving free breakfasts in school and changes are needed, the Conservatives say.

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28th November 2014 07:00am

Yo Sushi cookery school shows the rice is right

Sushi’s long since been a staple of Japanese cuisine, but it’s a very welcome addition to the UK high street too. Kirstie McCrum went to learn the culinary craft

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28th November 2014 07:00am

Secondary schools in Wales will be driven into deficits of more than £1m by cuts, a teaching union warns

ASCL Cymru says cuts to the education budget could impact on standards in the classroom

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28th November 2014 06:01am

Adoption row council 'was biased'

A couple say a local authority set out to adopt their grandson despite the fact they wanted to care for him and his elder brother.

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28th November 2014 03:07am

CofE schools chief's terror law fear

Plans that require schools to help prevent pupils becoming radicalised place too much of a burden on education regulator Ofsted, the chief Church of England education officer says.

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28th November 2014 12:10am

Search for teachers 'may go abroad'

A continuing teacher recruitment shortage may prompt schools to look abroad for new teachers, experts say.

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