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School and colleges operational arrangements from January 2022 The Minister for Education and Welsh Language wrote to schools and colleges today to set out arrangements for the return in January. You can read more here. Letter to schools Letter to College Principals Our FAQs for schools have also been updated to provide further information on these arrangements. School operations: Coronavirus
Boosters offer extended to all adults Advice to employees and staff
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National Networks for Curriculum Implementation Thank you to all those who took part in this term’s National Network conversations. We’ll be publishing the expression of interest for taking part in the National Network conversations for the spring which will be open over Christmas, until 21 January 2022. Please keep an eye out on the National Network page for further updates.
Education Support – Wellbeing Hub With the support of Welsh Government, Education Support have created a hub full of information, tools and resources to help all school staff with their mental health and wellbeing.
Young Person’s Mental Health Toolkit Our digital resources for young people offer ideas on ways to look after their mental health or access support. The six sections link you to websites, apps, helplines and more. Please share.
Minister for Education and the Welsh Language – Christmas Card Competition Many thanks to Owen from Ysgol Penybryn Tywyn for designing my Christmas card this year and thanks to all of you who took time to send in your pictures, they were all wonderful. #Diolch
£1 million fund to support 500 unemployed people to start a business The Welsh Government is launching a £1 million fund to support up to 500 unemployed people and young people not in education, employment or training to start their own business, Economy Minister Vaughan Gething has announced.
Period Dignity Strategic Action Plan We are seeking your views on the Period Dignity Strategic Action Plan. Consultation ends: 12 January 2022
The independent schools regulations and guidance: call for evidence Closes 4 February 2022 To respond please use the online response form or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC): Schools’ Broadcasts The RSC’s Free Schools’ Broadcasts programme continues through 2022 with more of Michael Morpurgo’s Tales from Shakespeare: Hamlet, Henry V, King Lear and The Taming of the Shrew.