Canolfan Addysg Athrawon De-Orllewin Cymru

The South West Wales Centre of Teacher Education

30th December 2015 11:13pm

Knighthood for philanthropist Petchey

The entrepreneur and philanthropist Jack Petchey receives a knighthood in the New Year Honours list for services to young people in East London and Essex.

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30th December 2015 11:05am

Learn a language in 2016, Britons urged

As the New Year beckons, the British Council is calling on people in the UK to make learning a foreign language their resolution for 2016.

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30th December 2015 12:05am

More pupils 'going to school hungry'

An increasing number of pupils in Scotland are going to school hungry and in some cases are stealing food from classmates, according to teachers.

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29th December 2015 10:22am

VIDEO: Germany's plans to teach child refugees

Max Schmidt, chairman of the German teaching union DPhV, says more teachers are needed to teach German to the child refugees arriving in the country in large numbers.

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29th December 2015 08:26am

Teachers banned for pupil sex talk

Thirteen of 34 of teachers banned from the profession in Wales in the past two years were struck off for having "inappropriate" relationships or conversations with pupils, figures show.

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28th December 2015 04:50pm

Schools remain free to prioritise faith

Schools in England do not need to give non-religious views "equal air time" and should still teach that the UK is principally a Christian country, guidelines say.

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28th December 2015 04:31am

VIDEO: Maggie the dog made honorary teacher

A dog has become so successful in helping children to read that she? has become an honorary member of staff at a school in the West Midlands.

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26th December 2015 09:04am

VIDEO: The school helping feed pupils at Christmas

A school in Leeds is opening its cafe over the Christmas break to help families finding it difficult to afford food over the holidays.

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26th December 2015 01:20am

The loneliness of the Christmas volunteer

The loneliness of the Christmas volunteer

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24th December 2015 02:48am

Keep Oxford's Rhodes statue: Abbott

Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott says Oxford University should not remove a controversial statue of Cecil Rhodes from Oriel College.

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