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Following an inspection from Estyn, The Education Inspectorate for Wales, St Alban's RC Primary School in Tremorfa has been removed from the list of schools requiring significant improvement.
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Cardiff Council is consulting on a series of significant plans to expand provision for children and young people with Additional Learning Needs (ALN), Complex Learning Needs (CLN) and health and wellbeing needs
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Members of the public have an opportunity to give their views on proposals for Pentyrch Primary School, which could increase primary school places for North West Cardiff.
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A Cardiff council park is set for major improvement works in the New Year.
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Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan responds to the National Care Crisis What's happening and how you can help
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An innovative training programme that enables teachers and school leaders to better educate, navigate and handle racism in schools, has been launched in Cardiff today.
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A record number of schools have signed up to the UK Committee for UNICEF Right's Respecting Schools Award (RRSA), making Cardiff's engagement in the Children's Rights Campaign, the highest in Wales.
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Cardiff Council is seeking to recruit a governing body for a brand new primary school to serve parts of north-west Cardiff.
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Applications for primary school places to start in September 2022 open today, (Monday 15 November 2021) and parents are encouraged to make use of all three preferences to get the best chance of securing a school they want.
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A document which sets out clear objectives to improve the lives of children and young people, whilst presenting genuine opportunities to empower them to enjoy better lives in Cardiff, has been released.
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We’ve packed away the pumpkins and the Bonfire Night fireworks have fizzled…it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Cardiff!
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A consultation which invites members of the public to have their say on existing skateboard parks in Cardiff, is still available to complete online.
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Bute Park has announced its newest improvement project to enhance the Cardiff city centre park.
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Cardiff Council in partnership with environmental charity, Trees for Cities (TfC) will deliver ten new Edible Playgrounds across the city during 2021/22.
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There are 119 children currently waiting to be adopted in Wales, with 29 of those children waiting for nine months or more.
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This year’s Good Food Cardiff Autumn Festival seeks to inspire individuals and businesses to take action to help improve access to good food across the city.