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Interim plans to reorganise primary school provision to serve Cathays and parts of Gabalfa, Heath, Llandaff North and Plasnewydd should be paused to allow more sustainable solutions to be developed.
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A report which details responses from a consultation on initial proposals for a new Cathays High School, will be shared with Cardiff Council's Cabinet when it meets on Thursday 17 June.
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A project which provides children and young people access to a wide range of extra-curricular activities has been launched in Cardiff.
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Two brand new outdoor storytelling trails, delivered as part of Cardiff's Child Friendly City programme, will open to the public from Saturday 29 May.
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Children and young people in Cardiff will form an integral part of the city's approach to recovery and renewal from the impact of the pandemic.
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A series of proposals designed to boost Cardiff's economy and improve the lives of residents as Wales comes out of lockdown have been revealed by Cardiff Council.
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Cardiff Council's Planning Department have today, (Tuesday 6 April) approved plans to build a new primary school at the St Edeyrns development to serve parts of Pontprennau and Old St Mellons, located east of the Pontprennau link road.
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A series of brand new outdoor storytelling trails located across the city, will begin opening to the public from later this month.
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Today, an alternative ground breaking ceremony has been held to mark the start of construction of the new Fitzalan High School, a scheme jointly funded by Cardiff Council and Welsh Government through the 21stCentury Schools and Education Investment progr
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Ever wondered how an elephant cleans its teeth or how to fit a bowling ball inside a vacuum?
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From Monday 15, schools will welcome back the rest of primary age children and older secondary age pupils.
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A new initiative to transform lanes and alleyways into fun, green and safe spaces for children to play, is being piloted in Grangetown this month.
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Cardiff Council will deliver more than 450 scooters and balance bikes to schools and play settings this month, providing increased play opportunities for children who may have missed out during COVID-19 whilst supporting schools to promote active travel.
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A report which recommends plans are progressed to relocate and rebuild a replacement Willows High School will go to Cardiff Council's Cabinet when it meets on Thursday 25, February.
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From Monday, schools will welcome back children from Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2.
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Two former pupils from Fitzalan High School have secured employment with Kier, the contractor chosen to deliver the brand new school which will replace the existing Fitzalan High School, in the Canton area of the city.