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Congratulations to three teams from Ysgol Bro Edern who raced to the finish line and qualified for the F1 in Schools UK finals!
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A scheme to encourage families to prepare, cook and eat together, will see more than 20,000 meals provided during this year's summer holidays.
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As lockdown restrictions continue to ease and temperatures rise, many of us are flocking to Cardiff’s parks and outdoor spaces to soak up the sun and enjoy spending time outdoors with loved ones.
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Cardiff Youth Service, part of our Education department, works with young people aged 11-25 to develop their personal, social and educational development through a variety of opportunities.
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More than 40 million items of PPE delivered across Cardiff, and 2,295 food packages delivered to people shielding from COVID-19 in the city, are just some of the incredible Social Services numbers which have been revealed in a report to Cardiff Council.
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Congratulations to Herbert Thompson Primary School, honoured with the Thrive School of Excellence Award.
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Local Authority fostering services in Wales have today joined forces to become ‘Foster Wales'; teams across the nation combine their efforts and expertise to significantly increase the number and diversity of Local Authority foster carers.
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A unique ‘Dear Mum’ garden, designed to help young children cope with the loss of a loved one, and provide a place of remembrance for parents who have lost a baby, has opened at Western Cemetery, in Cardiff.
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This is Mojeid, his passion and dreams of becoming a cricket coach have become reality thanks to his hard work, determination and the help and support from the Butetown Youth Development Project (BYDP).
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St Peter's R.C Primary School in Roath has been removed from special measures by Estyn, the Education Inspectorate for Wales.
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An investment and redevelopment opportunity for Pentyrch Primary School could be developed as part of proposals to increase primary school provision in the North West of the city.
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Proposals to increase provision for children and young people with Additional Learning Needs (ALN) will go to Cardiff Council's Cabinet when it meets on Thursday July 15.
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Charlie, a young entrepreneur from Cardiff has successfully set up his own vehicle valeting business alongside his A-Level studies at Llanishen High School.
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Cardiff's multi-award winning school holiday enrichment programme (SHEP) will be rolled out to a record number of school children across the city this summer.
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A brand new velodrome at the International Sports Village in Cardiff Bay is on track for delivery in 2022/23
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A teacher from Willows High School has been honoured with a Silver Award in The Pearson National Teaching Award for Outstanding New Teacher of the Year.