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A record number of schools have signed up to the Unicef Right's Respecting Schools Award (RRSA), showing their support to help Cardiff become one of the UK's first Child Friendly City's.
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A new three-year strategy to deliver excellent outcomes in Children’s Services, will be considered by the Local Authority’s Cabinet when it meets on Thursday, 11 July.
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A parade to celebrate 70 years of Welsh-medium education in Cardiff will march through the city centre on its way to Cardiff Castle and the city's free, family friendly Welsh language arts and culture festival, Tafwyl.
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Consultation responses on the redevelopment of Cantonian High School, Riverbank Special School and Woodlands High School, will be detailed in a report which will be presented to Cardiff Council's Cabinet when they meet on Thursday 13, June.
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Grangetown Primary School in Cardiff has been judged by Estyn as good, the second highest rating possible, across all five of the areas that the education inspectorate for Wales looks at.
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A project which aims to teach children about the different roles within the police force and provide them with the opportunity to discuss and explore crime prevention issues of their choice, is launching this week.
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Pupils from Peter Lea Primary School in Fairwater are preparing to run a marathon to raise money for pioneering research into the cure for dementia.
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Diwrnod Meddwlgarwch Bella, meaning Bella's day of mindfulness, is a creative collaboration between Ysgol Gymraeg Coed y Gof, Valley and Vale Community Arts and BAFTA award winning animator Jane Hubbard.
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Have you ever considered becoming a Foster Carer? If so our fostering team at Cardiff Council are hosting a special information evening on Monday 18, March between 6pm-8pm at County Hall
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Pupils from Ysgol Gynradd Creigiau Primary School have scooped first prize in the Pupil Voice Water Challenge for their ideas to promote water consumption in school.
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The Hollies, a special school for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), has been nominated for a prestigious, mainstream UK-wide award for its film club.
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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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"Deputy Leader of Cardiff Council and Cabinet Member for Education, Employment and Skills, Cllr Sarah Merry, said: "I am delighted that out of Cardiff's 127 primary, secondary and special schools, there has been an increase in the number of Green categor
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A progress report which details Cardiff schools performance for 2017/18 will be presented to Cardiff Council's cabinet next week (Thursday 24th January).