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Inspectors have described a Cardiff primary school as a "caring and inclusive community that values all pupils and adults".
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Looked after children and young people in Cardiff have given their views on what Cardiff Council and other organisations must do to help them thrive.
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A faith school in Cardiff has been praised by education inspectors for its strong support of pupils with additional learning needs.
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Inspectors have praised a Cardiff primary school as ‘welcoming and friendly' and commended pupils for their ‘compassion, empathy, honesty and fairness'.
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Ysgol Gynradd Groes-wen Primary School is the chosen name for a brand new primary school to serve parts of north-west Cardiff
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Estyn have described St Patrick's R.C. Primary School in Cardiff as a happy and inclusive school that places a high priority on the well-being of its pupils.
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Saying goodbye to friends, relatives and loved ones is always difficult but the pandemic, when the number of people allowed to attend funerals was strictly limited, made it even tougher.
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With a heatwave pushing the temperature gauge into the high 90s, it can be hard to encourage children and young people to do more than just flop in the shade during the long school holidays.
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A Catholic primary school in Cardiff has been praised for its ‘outstanding’ work in a number of areas in its latest report by Estyn, the education and training inspectorate for Wales.
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Brewery Park opened; ALN: important information for families; financial help for school essentials; charity benefits from grand day out
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Here’s your Friday update, covering: WWE event road closures; Welsh language sports in the Summer of Fun; Brewery Park play area opens; Lord Mayor’s charity latest; help for parents with school essentials; new flower displays
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The Welsh Government is changing the way that children and young people with Special Educational Needs (SEN) will be supported. The term Additional Learning Needs (ALN) will replace the term Special Educational Needs (SEN).
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From September, eligible learners in Cardiff will receive additional financial support from the Welsh Government School Essentials scheme (Pupil Development Grant Access) which helps with the cost of uniform, sports equipment, stationery, and devices. Th
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Acrobats, high-wire performers, and members of the local community filled Brewery Park in Adamsdown on Sunday as the play area, which has been completely refurbished as part of an ongoing £3.2 million programme of investment in parks and play areas
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Cardiff’s Summer of Fun continues to keep thousands of children and their families amused, educated and active and a series of camps at Ysgol Glantaf in north Cardiff saw around 150 young people try their hand at a wide range of sports.
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Here’s your Friday update, covering: GCSE results better than 2019; college stages inclusive Summer of Fun event; Cardiff Young Influencers have their say on future of education; road closure for stadium wrestling event; and award-winning Food and Fun pr