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Ysgol Glan Morfa in Splott, Cardiff has been officially opened by the Leader of Cardiff Council, Cllr Huw Thomas and Cabinet Secretary for Education, Kirsty Williams.
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The Living Wage flag is flying from the battlements of Cardiff Castle today to mark the beginning of Living Wage Week (November 5-10).
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Cardiff Council has held Education is Everybody's Business Convention 2018, seizing the opportunity to shape a new curriculum for Wales.
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Pen-Y-Bryn Primary School in Cardiff has been judged by Estyn as good, the second highest rating possible, across all five of the areas the education inspectorate for Wales looks at.
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Cardiff school children are being inspired by science whilst supporting cutting edge research into how the pollination of certain plants, could lead to the development of drugs to treat serious medical conditions.
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This month is Black History Month, a time to reflect on Black history and learn from the past, to improve the future
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Pupils from Thornhill Primary School have worked with local senior citizens to create a choral composition marking the centenary of the end of the First World War.
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Deputy Leader of Cardiff Council and Cabinet Member for Education, Employment and Skills, Cllr Sarah Merry, shares the steps Cardiff Council is taking as it works towards international recognition by Unicef as one of the UK's first Child Friendly Cities
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Cardiff Council is to receive an additional £3.85m from Welsh Government to go towards funding the city's plans for the continuing expansion of Welsh-medium education provision. 
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Starting primary school or going on to secondary school can be an exciting time for children and parents, but it can also be a stressful time as decisions need to be made on which schools to apply for, and then waiting to find out if the application has
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Springwood Primary School in Cardiff has been officially recognised for its work to create an inclusive school community after it was awarded with an Inclusion Quality Mark and given centre of excellence status.
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Four brand new primary schools have opened in Cardiff as part of the city's 21st Century schools programme.
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Cardiff Council’s in-house training provider has launched a new website in order to extend its wide range of services to other public sector bodies.
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Provisional GCSE results released today show continuing improvement in Cardiff.
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The provisional A-level results for Cardiff show that standards remain high in the capital city.
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The city's newest hub bringing services and facilities to the heart of the community, opens next week, Monday, August 20th at 9am. The new Hub on Crickhowell Road, St Mellons will open six days a week and will provide a wider range of services and better