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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.
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An evaluation of Cardiff Council's approach to assisting learners in the city during the COVID-19 pandemic has found sustained strategic leadership, strong communication and an emphasis on partnership working to support teachers, children and young peopl
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The contract to build a new home for Fitzalan High School has been awarded to Kier, as the latest scheme to be delivered under Cardiff's £284m Band B, 21stCentury Schools and Education Programme progresses
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Cardiff Council in partnership with Cardiff University, is providing children and young people with a unique and innovative opportunity to help shape the future of Cardiff by using a virtual game platform.
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The progress Cardiff has made in working towards becoming a globally recognised Unicef Child Friendly City, will be outlined in a report to go to Cardiff Council's Cabinet when it meets on Thursday 21, January.
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Cardiff is applying the Welsh Government Key Worker definition, however, provision in each school depends on school staffing levels & capacity. Children of parents in frontline blue light services, NHS, school workers & social care need to be prioritised
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In Cardiff, whilst schools are closed due to COVID-19 and during school holiday periods, parents and carers of children receiving Free School Meals are sent a downloadable voucher.
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Cardiff Council continues its work to address the issue of digital deprivation and over the next few weeks a further 2,340 Chromebook devices will be delivered to schools to assist in the delivery of online and remote learning, whilst schools are closed
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Following extensive discussions, Welsh Government and the Welsh Local Government Association have set out a common approach for the return to school in January.
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A report which recommends a public consultation is held on proposals for the expansion and redevelopment of Cathays High School, will go to Cardiff Council's Cabinet when it meets on Thursday 17, December 2020.
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A report which recommends a public consultation is held on proposals for an investment in and reorganisation of primary school provision to serve; Cathays and parts of Gabalfa, Heath, Llandaff North and Plasnewydd, will be considered by Cardiff...
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This evening, Thursday, December 10, the Education Minister for Wales announced that secondary schools and colleges in Wales will move to online learning from Monday, December 14 as part of a ‘national effort to reduce transmission of coronavirus'.
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A scheme to provide free period products to school pupils throughout the Christmas break, will be rolled out this week.