A level, AS, GCSE, Skills Challenge Certificate and Welsh Baccalaureate grades in Wales will now be awarded on the basis of Centre Assessment Grades, Education Minister Kirsty Williams confirmed today (Monday 17 August).
Statement from Education Minister, Kirsty Williams on appeals for this year’s awarded examination grades.
Statement from Education Minister, Kirsty Williams.
Mad Dog 2020 Casting is currently seeking Supporting Artists for the third series of the Netflix hit Sex Education. To meet the the requirements for this role, you must be aged between 18-26, available for filming in September 2020, be able to travel to Newport, Cardiff and surrounding areas. You must also have the right […]
Date: 10th July 2020
Torfaen MS Lynne Neagle has welcomed the publication of Welsh Government’s new guidance on a whole-school approach to mental health. The MS chairs the Senedd’s Children, Young People and Education Committee which called for a whole-school approach to mental health in its landmark ‘Mind Over Matter’ report. She said: ‘I’ve read lots of Welsh Government […]
**Calling all schools, colleges, community groups in Torfaen** The Coronavirus pandemic in 2020 has been something that we have never experienced before, and hopefully never will again to the extent that we have. In many years to come, students of the future will more than likely be learning all about the Coronavirus pandemic, how if […]
Torfaen MS Lynne Neagle is calling on Welsh Government to fund childcare for key workers over the school holidays. The MS wants Welsh Government to provide urgent clarity and funding to local authorities to enable them to offer appropriate childcare provision for essential key workers. She is particularly keen to see childcare provided for NHS […]