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WELSH EDUCATION NEWS
Oral Statement: School Attendance Jeremy Miles MS, Minister for Education and Welsh Language
Exams message from the Education and Welsh Language Minister Jeremy Miles I want learners to know that this year’s exams have been designed to be as fair as possible and take into account the disruption you’ve faced due to the pandemic. Find tips to get you through the 2022 exam and assessment season.
New blog post: Curriculum for Wales – what’s legally required for September? The legal requirements for introduction of the new curriculum in September are threaded through the wider curriculum guidance on Hwb.
curriculum for wales
The aim of the resource is to develop practitioners’ knowledge and understanding, enabling them to realise careers and work-related experiences (CWRE) in the curriculum for Wales.
Your Professional Learning Entitlement – Have your say
We would like to hear from as many teachers, teaching assistants, supply teachers and head teachers as possible to help us develop a National Professional Learning entitlement that meets the development needs of all education practitioners. Please complete the Booking Form to register.
Consultation closes: 17 May 2022.
more welsh education news
Written Statement: Outcome of consultation on changes to current schools assessment arrangements and local authority prospectus
Jeremy Miles MS, Minister for Education and the Welsh Language
A live event with Jeremy Miles, Minister for Education and Welsh Language
An opportunity for the Minister to share his vision and priorities for the Higher Education sector in Wales. Followed by a Q&A session with the Minister and Professor Elizabeth Treasure, Universities Wales
No need to register. You can view the live feed here
Appointment of new members to the Board of the National Academy for Educational Leadership announced
Have you planned personalised assessments for this year yet? The assessments are statutory during this school year, and the requirements are set out in the Administration Handbook for 2021 to 2022. Don’t leave it too late to make the most of the formative information they provide.
Are your learners using the familiarisation assessments?
All learners should use familiarisation assessments ahead of taking the live assessments. They can be used at any time and are accessed by learners by clicking » Personalised Assessments » Familiarisation assessments whilst logged into their Hwb account. Learners will see and try the different question types and how to navigate through the assessments. This is especially important for Numeracy (Reasoning) which includes hints and audio clips.
HWB AND OTHER RESOURCES
Looking for modern Welsh language music for your learners? There’s a new Radio Cymru 2 playlist every month on BBC Sounds which is easy to find, simple to use and available free of charge to schools and parents.