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Cardiff Council has established a dedicated team to support schools in providing a host of digital materials and innovative online schemes so that curriculum can continue to be delivered during school closures caused by COVID-19.
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The Council is working on the details of remote educational provision for all children, and arrangements for the children of key workers, vulnerable children, and delivery of free school meals for eligible children. We will release the information as soo
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Cardiff Council's Cabinet will be updated on the city's School Organisation Programme when it meets on Thursday 19, March 2020.
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Ysgol Gynradd Gwaelod y Garth in Cardiff, has achieved a rating of ‘good' in all five areas looked at by Estyn, the education inspectorate for Wales.
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Two primary schools in Llanrumney will this week celebrate becoming officially federated during a host of activities.
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The direction for the development of community hubs and libraries in Cardiff has been revealed, to ensure the service continues to meet customers' needs over the next five years.
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A project which uses boxing as a way to promote positive mental health and well-being among young black and minority ethnic (BAME) males has been celebrated in Cardiff.
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Oakfield Primary School in St Mellons has achieved ‘excellent' in three of the five categories looked at by ESTYN, the Education inspectorate for Wales, and ‘good' in the two other areas.
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Bryn Deri Primary School in Radyr has achieved ‘good' across the board during a recent inspection by Estyn, the Education Inspectorate for Wales.
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St David's Church in Wales Primary School in Pentwyn has been rated ‘good' in all five categories looked at by Estyn, the Education Inspectorate for Wales.
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Crime, comedy, science and nature are all on the reading list at the award-winning Cardiff Children's Literature Festival, which is back in April, with a twist.
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Today, Tuesday 28 January 2019, Cardiff Council officially launched the School Active Travel Plan programme.
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Cardiff Council is inviting members of the public to have their say on proposals to change the catchment areas of some Welsh-medium primary schools and secondary schools for the 2021/22 school year.
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The federated primary schools of Coryton Primary School in Whitchurch and Tongwynlais Primary School, have launched uniform swop shop's to help families save on uniform costs whilst reducing the impact on the environment.
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Cardiff's Cabinet will meet on Thursday 23 January 2020 to consider the proposal by St Mellons Church in Wales Primary School to relocate and expand the school, at a new site on the new St Edeyrn's development.
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A report which recommends proposals are taken forward to establish new primary school provision to serve parts of north-west Cardiff will be considered by the local authority's Cabinet when it meets on Thursday 23, January 2020.