Latest Education News

We are at a time of change within the Education sector. The Welsh Curriculum, the New Professional Standards, New Pioneer Schools and the lists goes on. Discover Teaching aims to bring all the information to you.

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.

Education in Wales: Our national mission 2017-21

 

Changes for the Initial Teacher Education (ITE) course.

Teacher Training changes

 

Wales introduces New Professional Standards to ensure we have high quality teachers. 

New Teachers, New Term, New Professional Standards

 

A mission to better Wales' education 

New plan for national mission to raise standards – Kirsty Williams