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Kitchener Primary School received a special visit from The First Minister of Wales, The Rt. Hon Mark Drakeford last week, to mark the retirement of 80 year-old Mid-Day Supervisor, Mrs Dianne Allsopp.
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A contestant from BBC One's The Greatest Dancer will make a special visit to Woodlands High School later this month at one pupil's remarkable request.
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This week, Gabalfa Primary Schools' Cook in Charge, Mrs Pauline Henricksen retires after 35 years of service.
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Lansdowne Primary School in Canton has launched a new initiative which gives pupils the opportunity to engage with politics.
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The findings of a report by education watchdog Estyn points towards a picture of improving secondary education standards in the west of the city, following the recent opening of Cardiff West Community High School.
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Cardiff Council is proposing to build a replacement school for Fitzalan High on land next to the Leckwith Stadium, in the Canton area of the city.
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Cardiff and Vale University Health Board has become the latest organisation to sign the Cardiff Commitment Employer Pledge.
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Allensbank Primary School in Gabalfa has become the first primary school in Cardiff to achieve Schools of Sanctuary status.
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Crowds turned out to meet David Baddiel last night, as the comedian and author visited Cardiff to launch the seventh Cardiff Children's Literature festival.
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A Cardiff Council report has recommended that the proposals to reduce the number of surplus school places in Llanrumney, which included closing Glan-yr-Afon Primary School, should be reviewed.
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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