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Cardiff Council is planning to create Wales' first Youth Zone in Ely as part of exciting new plans for youth services in the city.
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High school pupils across Cardiff are being encouraged to channel their inner Barack Obama and become the debating stars of the future.
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Cardiff Council has announced that ISG has been selected as the preferred bidder for the design and build of a new joint education campus, to be located in the Fairwater area of the city.
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More than 3000 members of the public have had their say on Cardiff's 10-year strategy to boost the number of children and young people learning through the medium of Welsh.
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Creating a city-wide employee equality network, looking at opportunities to develop more representative Member Panels & increasing diversity in school governing bodies have all been discussed as part of plans to help address racial inequality in Cardiff
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Dreamachine is a powerful new kind of immersive experience exploring the limitless potential of the human mind and is due to land in Cardiff later this year.
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Children from Llandaff City C.I.W. Primary School officially opened Llandaff Fields Play Area on Friday, where children are now welcome to explore and play after completion of a huge revamp.
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Two Year 11 pupils from Willows High School have been selected to represent the UK at the World Expo in Dubai next month.
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The next phase of Cardiff Council's, Welsh Government funded, Winter of Wellbeing is coming soon, in time for February half-term, and running until the end of March.
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A team of dedicated Cardiff Council Park Rangers have reunited a 2-year old boy with his beloved lost teddy bear today – 10 days after it fell into Roath Park Lake.
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The Christmas spirit was truly alive last month as hundreds of presents were donated for children, meals were prepared for the homeless and Christmas experiences and performances were enjoyed by young people and their families.
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Applications for nursery school places are now open and parents with children who turn three between September 1, 2021 and August 31, 2022 can now apply for a part-time nursery place to start in September 2022.
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With over 1 million light bulbs, 120,000 visitors and 5 marriage proposals, the electrifying Christmas at Bute Park lit up the city centre in its inaugural year as a festive illumination experience in Cardiff.
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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.