Canolfan Addysg Athrawon De-Orllewin Cymru

The South West Wales Centre of Teacher Education

30th August 2016 03:22pm

Educating Cardiff school Willows High reflects on improved GCSE results

Head teacher Chris Norman said this summer’s exams were 'make or break' and hugely important

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30th August 2016 03:52am

Twins conjoined at birth prepare to start school

Twins Rosie and Ruby Formosa, who were born conjoined and had an operation to separate them, are preparing to start school.

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29th August 2016 11:09pm

Secondary teachers union sets workload action ballot date

Scotland's second largest teaching union is to ballot its members next month on taking industrial action over "excessive" workload.

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29th August 2016 11:01pm

University staff will be balloted for strike action over huge pay rises for vice chancellors

Many staff 'feel like second-class employees'

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29th August 2016 06:56pm

More Welsh students are winning university places

Of those going to university, the majority – 10,660 – are set to study in Wales

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29th August 2016 02:02pm

A 12-year-old with two maths GCSEs at A* and distinction says success is down to not working too hard

James Harkin from Cardiff says he never studies more than 30 minutes a day

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28th August 2016 04:00pm

Girls better than boys at school - but a lot less happy, report finds

Nearly a quarter (25%) of Welsh girls said they felt worried at school compared to just 16.5% of boys

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28th August 2016 03:19pm

Welsh education has 'massive untapped potential', says leading academic

Professor Mel Ainscow said the multi-million-pound Schools Challenge Cymru initiative had made 'significant progress'

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27th August 2016 01:40pm

Labour leadership: Smith pledges to scrap tuition fees

Labour leadership hopeful Owen Smith sets out his plans to scrap university tuition fees in an effort to win over the youth vote from current leader Jeremy Corbyn.

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27th August 2016 12:43am

Private schools A-level dip reflects national trends

Private schools saw a slight dip in the number of students receiving top grades in their A-levels this year, largely in line with national trends, figures released by the sector suggest.

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