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WELSH EDUCATION NEWS
Wales Online will be hosting a live Q&A with Minister for Education and Welsh Language Tune into @WalesOnline facebook at 3.30 pm
Support for students to complete ‘vital’ Health and Social Care courses The Welsh Government has announced £1.8 million to support health and social care students in Wales.
MORE WELSH government NEWS
The national pilot phase of the NR:EI ends soon, so please provide your feedback here or find the form at the bottom of the NR:EI landing page for full details. Exemplar playlists are already being added to the Resource, and the first from Bryngwyn School is live now. A further 15 will go live by the formal launch of the Resource at the start of the summer term.
campaign. Watch the interview again here
Discover more about the ‘Love it.Teach it’ campaign here
Julie Morgan MS, Deputy Minister for Social Services
Jane Hutt MS, Minister for Social Justice
Headteachers: Please action
If you have not yet accepted your personalised assessments data agreement for 2021-2022, your staff will not be able to access feedback reports which can help them plan progression. Please log into Hwb to accept the data agreement and review staff functions.
Qualifications Wales is still looking for subject practitioners who teach Welsh from bilingual, Welsh medium and English schools to join their subject level working group. You must apply via their website by 31st January. If you’re not a current practising Welsh teacher but you used to teach, or maybe you’re experienced in qualification design or work as an examiner then why not apply to be one of their expert advisors? Applications close at 10am, 10th February.
Last chance to have your say: Reshaping the wider offer
Qualifications Wales want to know which qualifications should be available alongside new GCSEs to meet the needs of all learners aged 14 to 16. They are looking at all qualifications in subjects including the World of Work, Essential Skills, Sport and First Aid. There are two online surveys closing on Monday 31 January; one is for learners and the other is for teachers and others.
hwb and other resources
Resources to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
Carlam Cymru is returning on 7 March with four FREE live after school sessions being made available to GCSE, AS and A Level students. e-sgol is currently looking to appoint a larger group of experienced practitioners from across Wales to deliver/facilitate these sessions. Successful practitioners will be paid for the time invested in the planning and delivery of the live events. Expression of interest
Further information on the e-sgol website
Applications are now open for all schools with a post-16 provision in Wales to take part in the Holocaust Educational Trust’s interactive digital project, Lessons from Auschwitz Online. Deadline for applications 17 February 2022
Remember to register for this competition before the end of the month! It will be held digitally again this year and the generous sponsors have ensured it has the usual range of prizes too. You will find all the details on the Initiative’s website as well as the vital registration form.
Chinese New Year activities from the Welsh Confucius Institutes!
Sign up for our online Chinese New Year activities to celebrate the year of Tiger! Take a look at the newsletter here for more details.
Aimed at teachers has been launched by the Spanish Embassy Education Office. Further information about how to apply can be found in the following link.