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Pupils from Coed Glas Primary School in Llanishen have enjoyed a unique opportunity to visit the demolition site at the former HMRC office building at Tŷ Glas.
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A budget which safeguards schools and education, supports social services, and protects the most vulnerable – has been revealed by Cardiff Council – as it faces up to a ‘public sector funding crisis’ affecting local authorities across the UK.
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A calm, purposeful and happy primary school in Cardiff has earned praise from Estyn inspectors for its inclusive, nurturing learning environment where pupils make good progress.
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New exhibition by acclaimed Wales-based artists to help re-establish independent gallery; Two landlords hit with combined £23,000 fines for renting dangerous properties in Cardiff; and more
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Here is your Friday update, covering: Renting out dangerous properties in Cardiff has cost two landlords thousands of pounds; First Homes Cardiff - Shared equity scheme for first time buyers; New exhibition by acclaimed Wales-based artists
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A new exhibition of work by two critically acclaimed Wales-based artists opens this weekend at one of Cardiff’s most important independent artist spaces, Bay Art.
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Renting out dangerous properties in Cardiff has cost two landlords thousands of pounds.
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Here is your Tuesday update, covering: ‘Replica firearm' toting Cowboy Builder jailed at Cardiff Crown Court; St Mary's R.C. Primary School praised by Estyn for being warm, caring and inclusive; What's on in Cardiff this February half term; and more
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St Mary's R.C. Primary School has received praise from Estyn for its warm, caring, and inclusive environment.
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A ‘replica gun’ toting, cowboy builder has been sentenced to four years and five months in prison at Cardiff Crown Court for defrauding four victims out of £113,000
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Work officially commences on new pioneering education campus in Fairwater; Junior Chef Academy graduation marks culinary triumph for Cardiff West Community High School Pupils; Hare's story to help schoolchildren overcome traumatic experiences...
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Official ceremony celebrates start of work to build a pioneering education campus in Fairwater; Park tennis courts in Cardiff set for refurbishment; Junior Chef Academy graduation marks culinary triumph for Cardiff West Community High School pupils...
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A special ground-breaking ceremony has marked the start of construction of a new pioneering joint education campus, to be located in the Fairwater area of the city.
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The Junior Chef Academy, delivered by Compass Cymru in collaboration with Cardiff and Vale College as part of a Cardiff Commitment led initiative, is celebrating the graduation of ten budding young chefs from Cardiff West Community High School.
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Every primary school in Cardiff is to receive an illustrated storybook which focuses on supporting children to overcome trauma.
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Tennis courts at six parks in Cardiff will undergo a complete transformation for the benefit of local residents as part of a partnership between Cardiff Council and the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA).