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Consultation on the the accreditation of initial teacher education programmes in Wales

Mon. 26/09/16

We want your views on draft criteria for the accreditation of initial teacher education programmes in Wales and the proposals for enhancing the functions and role of the Education Workforce Council

Welsh teacher training revamp underway to raise school standards

Mon. 26/09/16


The way teachers are trained in Wales will see an increased role for schools and more input from universities to raise standards, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams announced

The Digital Competence Framework is now available to Schools and Settings in Wales

Wed. 14/09/16

The Digital Competence Framework is now available to Schools and Settings in Wales

A curriculum for Wales – curriculum for life plan launched at national conference

Wed. 30/12/15

The high level plan for developing a new curriculum for Wales was launched by the Minister for Education and Skills at a national Education conference in October.

Pioneer schools appointed to design the new curriculum

Wed. 30/12/15

The new curriculum will be developed by the education professionals in Wales, through a network of Pioneer schools.

Can your school connect with the unconnected

Sat. 05/12/15

Cisco and STEMNET invite your students in years 7-9 to take part in the Little BIG Awards to show how they think life could be made better by connecting everyday things together.

CERN opportunity for Secondary School Physics Teachers

Sat. 05/12/15

Watch this video and be inspired by teachers that went to CERN last year. To register your interest contact your local Science Consortia Co-ordinator.

PISA activities on Hwb

Sat. 05/12/15

PISA style materials on Hwb offer a free, interactive way to prepare your learners for the PISA tests

Have your say: science teacher survey

Fri. 04/07/14

Please take part in the science teacher survey and help inform the review of the National Curriculum for Science in Wales.

£2.3 million to support science in schools

Mon. 30/06/14

A package of funding worth £2.3 million to boost science in schools in 2014-15 has been announced by First Minister, Carwyn Jones today.