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Verdict of High Court on Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE)

Blog: Merry Christmas and thank you for introducing the Curriculum for Wales

Invitation to National Network Conversation, 9am, 17 January 2023 Developing progression and supporting curriculum planning/design. This conversation builds from the work being undertaken by educational partners from the Camau i’r Dyfodol project. It aims to support people to share ideas and develop practical ways forward that support learning progression within the Curriculum for Wales framework.


New pilot programme giving young people insight into the world of work

A new pilot project helping to prepare young people for a career and to understand their working rights has begun as part of the new Curriculum for Wales.

19 January 2023, 4-6pm, Collaborative Evidence Network (CEN) reports seminar

From January 2023, we will be holding a series of online seminars to showcase and disseminate the main findings from the Collaborative Evidence Network (CEN) reports. The research projects, involving HEIs and other organisations, looked at impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on various aspects of the education system and on particular groups of learners. They also looked at ways to mitigate those impacts, as well as ways practitioners and learners can be better supported going forwards. Link to the session will be shared via Dysg in the new year.

Financial support available for learners and their families

Please share this information with your families.

Appointments to Commission for Tertiary Education and Research

The Minister for Education and Welsh Language, Jeremy Miles has announced the appointments of Professor Dame Julie Lydon as the Chair of the Board for the Commission for Tertiary Education and Research (CTER) and Professor David Sweeney as Chair of the Research and Innovation Committee and Deputy Chair for the CTER Board. Written Statement.

welsh government news

Get help with the cost of living

Wider support with the cost of living from the Welsh Government.


Draft assessment arrangements for funded non-maintained nursery settings

We want your views on the draft assessment arrangements for practitioners working in funded non-maintained nursery settings. Consultation ends: 23 December 2022

Curriculum for Wales – Clarifying the Humanities area in relation to the history of Wales and the world

We want your views on proposed changes to the Humanities area in relation to the history of Wales and the world. Consultation ends: 4 January 2023

Have your say on how we can strengthen Welsh-speaking communities

The Commission for Welsh-speaking Communities wants to hear your views on all kinds of issues affecting Welsh-speaking communities, from housing and education to community development and regeneration. The call for evidence closes 13 January 2023. The future of Welsh-speaking Communities: call for evidence

Refresh of the ‘Criteria for accreditation of initial teacher education in Wales’

We want your views on the proposed refresh of the ‘Criteria for accreditation of initial teacher education in Wales’ document. Consultation ends: 19 January 2023

New registration categories for the Education Workforce Council: second consultation on draft statutory instrument

We want your views on proposals for amending the categories required to register with the Education Workforce Council. Consultation ends: 17 February 2023

hwb and other RESOURCES

Conspiracy Theories in the Classroom: guidance for teachers

This document provides teachers with general guidance on how schools might approach disinformation and conspiracy theories among learners.


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