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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.
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A reminder that Free School Meal provision will be changing to a voucher scheme from this Monday 6th, April and will be extended to cover what would have been the two week school Easter holiday period.
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Play areas in Cardiff Council's parks are to close with immediate effect.
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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.