It comes after an independent review found concerns about the growing use of early and multiple entry which posed 'risks to students'.Read the full story ›
Cardiff Council has met today to discuss changes to school holidays.
The council decided not to hold a wider public consultation, but to instead refer its proposal to change term-time dates directly to The Welsh Government's Education Secretary, Kirsty Williams AM.
The council says the cost of a holiday is 'disproportionally more expensive when schools are off'.
The council did approve a recommendation to schools that they amend their inset day dates as they see fit.
Cardiff Council are due to meet to discuss a plan to change the dates of school holidays.Read the full story ›
A Cardiff school will be the first in Wales to introduce a cadet unit, aimed at teaching "discipline and loyalty".Read the full story ›
A new school curriculum will be delayed by up to five years for some pupils.Read the full story ›
Pupils between the ages of 11 and 14 'only make good progress in their knowledge and understanding of science in about half of lessons.'Read the full story ›
Cardiff has been ranked the number one university in Wales followed by Swansea in 'The Times and The Sunday Times best University Guide'.Read the full story ›
An exclusive poll by ITV Cymru Wales has revealed that 30% think the UK Government and Parliament should be in charge of education in Wales.Read the full story ›
An 11-year-old boy was left at the side of the road after a bus driver refused to take him to school.Read the full story ›
The Education Secretary says it will "let teachers get on with teaching"Read the full story ›