Latest Education News
Plan to put education at heart of ambition to achieve a million Welsh speakers by 2050
Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol’s role to be expanded
Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol’s role will be expanded to include further education colleges and the work base learning sectors. Read more...
Pioneer schools report shows journey of improvement
Pioneer schools involved in developing Wales’ new curriculum shows good progress is being made. Read more...
New teaching standards for further education and work-based learning workforce
New professional standards for staff in the further education and work-based learning sectors launched. Read more...
Google for Education to be rolled out in Welsh schools next year
Teachers will soon have more choice about the digital tools they use thanks to the roll-out of Google for Education, Kirsty Williams has announced. Read more...
New incentives to teach in Wales
Kirsty Williams has announced the incentives for 2018/19. The new and improved incentives can be seen on our Teaching Training Incentives page.
£2.7m supply teacher project announced
A new £2.7m project to improve the way supply teachers support schools has been announced by the Education Secretary Kirsty Williams today. Read more...
Maximum tuition fee in Wales will remain £9,000 – Kirsty Williams
The maximum university tuition fee in Wales will remain at £9,000, with £26m of government investment to support students and universities over the next two years.
Improving feedback & reducing workload
Kirsty Williams, the cabinet secretary launched a new guide for teachers and headteacahers. Head over to the Estyn website to download
Take a look at the Welsh Government's plan for Wales' education.
Changes for the Initial Teacher Education (ITE) course.
Wales introduces New Professional Standards to ensure we have high quality teachers.
A mission to better Wales' education