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The Council is planning to implement ‘School Street' road closures to help pupils and families maintain social distancing when schools return for the Autumn term.
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Cardiff Council is strongly recommending that all school based staff and mainstream secondary school pupils wear face coverings when moving around corridors, in communal areas such as lifts, stair wells and toilets and in situations where social distanci
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Cardiff International White Water is reopening to pre-booked visitors from tomorrow, August 19, following the completion of thorough checks and the implementation of measures to ensure customer health and safety.
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Another nine children's play areas in Cardiff, including the popular facilities at Llandaff Fields, are to reopen at midday this Saturday. Once opened, it will bring the total number of play areas available to use in Cardiff to 100.
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Pupils across Cardiff have today received their A-Level results, many of which have been delivered virtually due to COVID-19.
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A further 20 children's play areas in Cardiff, including Heath Park, are to be re-opened. 50 sites across the city are already open.
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There are a number of places available at sixth forms across the city for September, and pupils completing Year 11 this summer are encouraged to discover the varied range of options available to them.
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Provision and support for young people provided by Cardiff Youth Services, has been expanded in order to meet increased demand during COVID-19.
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30 children's play areas in Cardiff will be re-opened on Monday (20th July) following the removal of Welsh Government restrictions on their use.
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Work has begun to ensure that children's play areas and outdoor fitness equipment in Cardiff's parks are safe to use, following the Welsh Government announcement that they can now re-open to the public.
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Published today is a two year plan to transform youth justice in Cardiff.
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The Welsh Government has today published guidance for schools to plan for pupils to return from 29 June to "check in, catch up and prepare for summer and September".
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A Virtual Transition Project which helps children who are leaving primary school prepare for starting secondary school in September, is underway.
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Cardiff Council continues to address period dignity, despite schools being closed due to COVID-19.
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Professionals from a range of health, education and children's services teams have joined together to ensure children with complex disabilities and medical needs can continue to receive the support they need, during COVID-19.
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Young musicians from Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan can continue to learn, practice and enjoy music during the current health crisis.