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A wealth of information on education, employment, training and other opportunities is available all in one place for young people in Cardiff considering their next steps ahead of this week's exams results day.
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A report on standards at the Bryn Y Deryn Pupil Referral Unit (PRU) in Cardiff has found that staff have created a “calm and nurturing learning environment” where pupils feel “highly valued”.
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Thanks to an army of willing volunteers, 20,000 new trees have been planted in Cardiff since last autumn as part of a mass tree-planting programme aimed at supporting biodiversity and increasing tree canopy coverage in the city from 18.9% to 25%.
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Ten young people from across Cardiff have been invited to the Microsoft Centre in London.
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Young people who access North Ely Youth Service and Cardiff's wider Youth Services provision, have embarked on the 41st youth exchange with Stamheim Youth Centre in Stuttgart.
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Willows High School has been awarded the Silver Rights Respecting School Award (RRSA) by the UK Committee for UNICEF, for its commitment to promoting and realising children's rights and encouraging adults, children and young people to respect the rights
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A new official report into standards at Cardiff’s Youth Justice Service (YJS) has identified significant improvements in many areas.
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School inspectors have hailed a Welsh-medium primary school in Cardiff as a “successful learning community that celebrates pupils’ Welshness, diversity and achievement particularly well.”
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Pupils at Bryn Celyn Primary School in Pentwyn have been praised by Estyn, the education inspectors in Wales, for making impressive progress in their learning this year – despite the pandemic.
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Cardiff's multi-award-winning Food and Fun programme will reach more children than ever this summer, helping to ease the financial pressures on many families across the city during the school holiday period.
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In a recent visit by Estyn, inspectors found Cathays High School to have inspirational leadership and a culture of high ambition underpinned by the mission of ‘opportunities for all'.
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Young people from across Cardiff were given the opportunity to meet the Welsh media at an event designed to open a debate on how children are portrayed in the mainstream news and to discuss how negative stories can impact on their wellbeing.
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This summer St Philip Evans R.C. Primary School in Llanedeyrn joined pupils from Australia, India, Iraq, and the USA to celebrate a decade of Code Club: a global charity that supports after-school coding clubs around the world.
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Members of the public are invited to share their views on the works associated with the establishment of new build accommodation for Willows High School.
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An innovative pilot scheme designed to help tackle an immediate shortage of affordable housing in Cardiff has been agreed by the Council’s Cabinet.
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Two Cardiff primary schools have been awarded national recognition for their work to promote health and wellbeing throughout their school communities, at the very highest standard.