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‘Exceptionally positive' verdict for Welsh-language primary school; Cardiff primary school made ‘impressive progress', says Estyn; Cardiff to benefit from new £750k Safer Streets initiatives; Council honoured for commitment to Armed Forces personnel...
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Welcome to our latest update, covering: Cardiff to benefit from new £750k Safer Streets initiatives; Cardiff primary school made ‘impressive progress', says Estyn; and can you pledge to help get Cardiff buzzing?
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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 Community Safety Partnership has been awarded £750,000 of Home Office funding to deliver a series of initiatives primarily aimed at keeping women safe in the city centre and some residential areas of Cathays.
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Here is our latest update, covering: Cardiff Green Flag tally the highest in Wales; honoured for our armed forces commitment; consultation on work for a new Willows High; plus, children and young people share their views on how the media sees them.
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Cardiff Council has been honoured with a prestigious Ministry of Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) gold award for its support for the Armed Forces
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16 prestigious Green Flags have been awarded to parks and green spaces manged by Cardiff Council, Keep Wales Tidy have announced.
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More than 20 cherry trees, forming part of a newly planted avenue in Heath Park were vandalised this weekend.
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More children than ever to access free meals and sports this summer as Cardiff responds to increased cost of living; Living Wage campaign earns council national honour; Cathays High School: "A highly inclusive and aspirational learning community...
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Here's your Friday update, covering: Pontprennau Primary's record breaker; how to find free and low-cost activities in Cardiff this summer; our Living Wage campaign earns a national honour; and our multi-award-winning Food and Fun programme...
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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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Cardiff Council’s commitment to paying its employees the Living Wage and encouraging employers to follow suit has earned a national honour for the Living Wage City Partnership.
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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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Huw Thomas, the leader of Cardiff Council, has presented his administration’s new Programme for Government to a gathering of more than 100 business, civic and public sector leaders
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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.