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A commitment to pay its employees the Living Wage and encourage employers across the city to do the same has earned Cardiff Council a nomination for a national honour.
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The changing needs of those living in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan, including some early insights into the impact of the pandemic, are outlined in a major new report.
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Cardiff Council has unveiled a series of innovative measures, including free driving lessons, to attract new recruits into its social care services.
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A special ground-breaking ceremony marks the start of construction on a new primary school to be located at the St Edeyrns development.
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Cardiff has emerged as one of the best cities in the UK in which to live and work, according to an influential new report.
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A public consultation on Cardiff Council's School Admission Arrangements for 2023/24 has now concluded and views have been given on a range of proposals including changes to Cardiff's coordinated school admissions.
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A wide-ranging public consultation to examine the impact of expanding Pentyrch Primary School has revealed broad approval for the plan.
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A series of proposals to expand provision for children and young people with Additional Learning Needs (ALN), Complex Learning Needs (CLN) and Emotional Health and Wellbeing Needs have recently undergone public consultation and the results will be publis
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High school pupils across Cardiff are being encouraged to channel their inner Barack Obama and become the debating stars of the future.
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Cardiff Council has announced that ISG has been selected as the preferred bidder for the design and build of a new joint education campus, to be located in the Fairwater area of the city.
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More than 3000 members of the public have had their say on Cardiff's 10-year strategy to boost the number of children and young people learning through the medium of Welsh.
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Two Year 11 pupils from Willows High School have been selected to represent the UK at the World Expo in Dubai next month.
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The quality of education children and young people receive in Cardiff’s schools continues to improve year on year and is - in many instances – among the very best on offer in Wales, according to information published in the latest ESTYN
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Applications for nursery school places are now open and parents with children who turn three between September 1, 2021 and August 31, 2022 can now apply for a part-time nursery place to start in September 2022.
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Following an inspection from Estyn, The Education Inspectorate for Wales, St Alban's RC Primary School in Tremorfa has been removed from the list of schools requiring significant improvement.
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Cardiff Council is consulting on a series of significant plans to expand provision for children and young people with Additional Learning Needs (ALN), Complex Learning Needs (CLN) and health and wellbeing needs