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You may have barely packed away the pumpkins but it's already beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Cardiff!
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Yesterday, Monday 30 September, pupils from Marlborough Primary School in Roath arrived to find their school had been completely transformed back to 1939.
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Employers from across the public, private and third sectors are being urged to support young people in Cardiff by providing a range of work experience placements.
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Modular housing project in Crofts Street, Plasnewydd will deliver 100% affordable homes Part of Cardiff Council's flagship partnership with national developer Wates Residential
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Cardiff Council's School Holiday Enrichment Programme (SHEP), has been rolled out to a record number of schools this year, with the message that the scheme offers much more than just healthy meals.
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St Monica's Church in Wales Primary School in Cathays has achieved ‘good' in all five areas, examined by Estyn, the education inspectorate for Wales.
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Today a festival of art, music and dance to celebrate the career and achievements of Cardiff cyclist Geraint Thomas OBE, took place at Maindy Better Centre.
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Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it.- Marian Wright Edelman
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A record number of schools have signed up to the Unicef Right's Respecting Schools Award (RRSA), showing their support to help Cardiff become one of the UK's first Child Friendly City's.
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A new three-year strategy to deliver excellent outcomes in Children’s Services, will be considered by the Local Authority’s Cabinet when it meets on Thursday, 11 July.
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A parade to celebrate 70 years of Welsh-medium education in Cardiff will march through the city centre on its way to Cardiff Castle and the city's free, family friendly Welsh language arts and culture festival, Tafwyl.
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Consultation responses on the redevelopment of Cantonian High School, Riverbank Special School and Woodlands High School, will be detailed in a report which will be presented to Cardiff Council's Cabinet when they meet on Thursday 13, June.
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Grangetown Primary School in Cardiff has been judged by Estyn as good, the second highest rating possible, across all five of the areas that the education inspectorate for Wales looks at.
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A project which aims to teach children about the different roles within the police force and provide them with the opportunity to discuss and explore crime prevention issues of their choice, is launching this week.
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Pupils from Peter Lea Primary School in Fairwater are preparing to run a marathon to raise money for pioneering research into the cure for dementia.
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Diwrnod Meddwlgarwch Bella, meaning Bella's day of mindfulness, is a creative collaboration between Ysgol Gymraeg Coed y Gof, Valley and Vale Community Arts and BAFTA award winning animator Jane Hubbard.