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Greenway Primary School in Rumney has today hosted a special tree planting ceremony to mark Her Majesty's Platinum Jubilee in 2022.
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A public consultation which invites members of the public to have their say on proposals to increase provision in Cardiff, for children and young people with Additional Learning Needs (ALN) is now open.
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Recommendations to progress plans for a new Cathays High School will be put to Cardiff Council's Cabinet when it meets later this month.
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Significant plans to expand provision for children and young people with Additional Learning Needs (ALN), Complex Learning Needs (CLN) and health and wellbeing needs, have been revealed by Cardiff Council.
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A 10-year strategy to boost the number of children and young people learning through the medium of Welsh in Cardiff schools has been revealed by Cardiff Council.
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Improvement works to refurbish one of Cardiff’s play areas has begun this month.
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A monument to honour Betty Campbell MBE, Wales’ first black headteacher and champion of equality and diversity has been unveiled in Cardiff city centre today.
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Cardiff's latest crop of budding chefs have successfully laid-on a mouth-watering show-case event, the culmination of a new, oven-ready Council programme, ‘Recipe for Life…Providing the Ingredients for Success'.
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A record number of Cardiff school children are travelling to school in healthier and cleaner ways as part of a UK-wide walk to school programme.
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This summer, more than 1200 children and young people accessed Cardiff's School Holiday Enrichment Programme (SHEP), meaning record numbers were able to enjoy the exciting programme of sport and educational provision, alongside healthy nutritious meals.
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‘Foster Wales', the new national network of 22 Local Authority fostering services across the country, launches a campaign today which aims to make a substantial national impact on the futures of young people.
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Like most local authorities in Wales, Cardiff Council continues to experience unprecedented challenges caused by COVID-19. Social care has been particularly impacted as the demand for services rise, while at the same time there is a nationwide workforce
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Over the last 18 months we’ve learnt that kindness counts. Our pupils at Willows High School certainly put this into practice in the classroom as part of a project at the end of last term.
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The Museum of Cardiff is to re-open, almost 18 months after it closed its doors at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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“Morgan never gives up. If you could bottle up his enthusiasm and determination and sell it, you would make a fortune.” These are the words of Police Inspector Jones about one of their Police Youth Volunteers with South Wales Police.
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On Friday 20 August, a team of creatives, including partners from Wales, will launch ‘Fix Up The City’ - the first ever city-scale, immersive Augmented Reality (AR) experience based on the iconic duo Wallace & Gromit – which can be experienced in Cardiff