Canolfan Addysg Athrawon De-Orllewin Cymru

The South West Wales Centre of Teacher Education

30th July 2018 12:31pm

Germany gripped by #MeTwo racism debate

Thousands of tweets document racism in German schools, housing and jobs.

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30th July 2018 10:15am

Celebrity divorce lawyer backs reform of 'archaic' laws

Baroness Shackleton, who has represented Prince Charles, also says couples must be more practical.

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30th July 2018 01:58am

The Manchester orchestra giving ‘confidence’ to kids

Manchester Camerata share their skills, trumpets and baritones with school children in Merseyside.

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28th July 2018 11:07pm

Miss Varz: Black student aims to make difference at Oxford

Miss Varz blogs about her life at Oxford and encourages more black students to apply.

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27th July 2018 04:11pm

The teenage boy with a 100% school attendance record from the age of three

David Symonds went to school every day from the age three until he was 17

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27th July 2018 02:35pm

Why skipping university was the best decision we ever made

No student debt and two years away from being a qualified accountant, Rob Young says he routinely finds himself giving job advice to graduate friends

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27th July 2018 02:30pm

Pay rise for teachers in Wales 'could mean cuts and redundancies'

Unions have sent a letter to the Welsh Government warning schools can't foot the bill

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27th July 2018 07:43am

A good fit?

A divorce lawyer to the stars says couples should ask 10 "critical" questions before a relationship.

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27th July 2018 12:00am

School holiday hunger cash a 'great first step'

There will be food and fun for 30,000 children - but campaigners warn much more needs to be done.

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26th July 2018 11:01pm

Government 'complicit in school's illegal exclusion policy'

St Olave's Grammar School in London forced out pupils unlikely to achieve high exam grades.

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