Canolfan Addysg Athrawon De-Orllewin Cymru

The South West Wales Centre of Teacher Education

29th July 2016 03:55pm

Science careers not only for boffins, says Prof Brian Cox

Science careers are not "boring or only for boffins", says Prof Brian Cox.

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29th July 2016 02:13pm

Work on next phase of Cardiff University's £300m innovation campus expected to start next year

The third phase of the campus will focus on creating a new wave of spin-out firms

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29th July 2016 09:57am

Eight years ago he was a homeless alcoholic but this man has just graduated

Andy Davies, 54, has just graduated and hopes to become a teacher after turning his life around

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28th July 2016 07:21pm

Teachers in Wales facing mental health 'epidemic', charity warns

The Education Support Partnership said 87% of school staff in Wales had experienced a mental health condition in the last two years

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28th July 2016 06:20pm

Calls for smaller class sizes in Wales' schools as figures show rise in groups of 31

The National Union of Teachers (NUT) Cymru said reducing the number of pupils per class would lessen the workload for teachers

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28th July 2016 03:01pm

University research needs 'public impact'

University research should have more impact with the public and all academic researchers should be assessed, says a review of UK research funding.

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28th July 2016 02:45pm

A-Level student feels victimised for 'cheating' but exam board stands by decision

18-year-old Fabienne Ruttledge was sent three out of the four questions on her Sociology exam before she took the exam.

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28th July 2016 01:52pm

Supreme Court rules against Named Person scheme

Supreme Court judges rule the Scottish government's Named Person scheme, which aims to safeguard children, breaches rights to privacy and a family life.

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28th July 2016 11:54am

Cancelled literacy and numeracy programme had 'positive impact'

A cancelled government education scheme helped thousands of pupils improve their English and maths results, a report finds.

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27th July 2016 04:17pm

Algeria's identity debate over adopting French teaching

A debate in Algeria about plans to switch to teaching science in the French language is raising arguments about the country's cultural identity.

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