Canolfan Addysg Athrawon De-Orllewin Cymru

The South West Wales Centre of Teacher Education

29th June 2015 11:01pm

Radical overhaul of the curriculum in Wales set for green light

Education Minister Huw Lewis will respond to Professor Graham Donaldson's review of the national curriculum on Tuesday

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29th June 2015 04:01pm

Chibok girls 'fighting for Boko Haram'

Some of the Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped in Nigeria have been forced to join Islamist militant group Boko Haram, the BBC is told.

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29th June 2015 03:20pm

School governors to be on database

In response to the Trojan Horse allegations, a national database of of school governors in England is going to be created.

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29th June 2015 01:21pm

No action will be taken after nine students ended up in hospital after taking an unknown substance

Police have concluded their enquiries into the incident at Llanwern High School earlier this month when the pupils were taken to hospital

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29th June 2015 11:28am

University standards checks overhaul

The way universities are inspected will put more emphasis on students, in a proposed shake-up of monitoring quality.

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29th June 2015 06:32am

VIDEO: Fears as Independent Living fund closes

Thousands of disabled people in England face an uncertain future as the Independent Living Fund closes, with responsibility for funding moved to local authorities.

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28th June 2015 03:58pm

Carolyn Hitt: 'It was a typical 70s childhood. There was support, but no hovering. That’s why we grew into self-sufficient adults'

As pushy parenting reaches a new level of competitive mania, Carolyn Hitt tells why mums and dads should land the parental helicopter and let the children out to play

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28th June 2015 08:13am

VIDEO: Poorest boys fall behind in language skills

According to new research, poor children - especially boys - are falling behind in reading and writing.

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28th June 2015 02:49am

Poorest boys lag on language skills

Research says 40% of the poorest boys start schools in England without the language skills they need to learn.

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27th June 2015 05:20pm

Football legends John Toshack and Kevin Keegan are reunited in Cardiff... and bust a 1970s myth

The pair were back at the Millennium Stadium where the once incredible on-pitch duo had the chance to prove that they are telepathic

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