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Cardiff’s £284m school investment: What it means for secondary schools Image
Cardiff Council has approved the detailed plans for the largest single investment in Cardiff schools.
28 December 17
Cardiff Council statement: Windsor Clive Primary School Image
There has been a lot of media coverage and social media comment about Windsor Clive Primary School this week.
22 December 17
Trelai Primary School taken out of Estyn special measures Image
Trelai Primary School in Caerau, Cardiff has been removed from special measures by Estyn, the education inspectorate in Wales.
21 December 17
Work on new home for Ysgol Hamadryad celebrated with turf cutting Image
A special ceremony has been held to mark the start of construction of Ysgol Hamadryad, the first ever Welsh-medium school in Butetown, Cardiff.
15 December 17
Cardiff and the Vale Care & Support Partnership: Inaugural Awards Presentation Evening Image
A special event has been held to recognise individual care workers who have demonstrated true excellence.
14 December 17
Cardiff council employee enters the catering hall of fame Image
Cardiff Council's Judith Gregory has been named in this year's top 20 list of the most influential public sector people in catering.
13 December 17
Delight all-round as dramatic school improvement praised by inspectors Image
Riverbank Special School in Caerau is celebrating after being removed from monitoring by Estyn, the education inspectorate for Wales.
01 December 17
Construction starts on permanent home for Cardiff's newest high school Image
The turf has been cut by Deputy Leader of Cardiff Council, and Cabinet Member for Education, Employment and Skills, Cllr Sarah Merry, and Cabinet Secretary for Education, Kirsty Williams AM, at a ceremony to mark the start of construction
29 November 17
Eastern High transformation recognised by education watchdog Image
Estyn, the education inspectorate for Wales, has today published a report removing Eastern High school in Rumney, Cardiff from special measures.
27 November 17
Ticketline UK statement Image
Following the news that Ticketline UK has gone into administration, we would like to reassure customers who have bought Santa's Grotto tickets for Cardiff Castle and the Cardiff Children's Literature Festival launch with Sir Chris Hoy on December 12th, v
24 November 17
Local democracy up for debate as young people visit Council Chamber Image
Students from two Cardiff secondary schools gathered in the County Hall Council Chamber today, Friday November 17, to meet local politicians as part of UK Parliament Week.
17 November 17
Annual awards salute the inspiring stand against bullying Image
People taking a stand against bullying have been recognised at Cardiff Council's Inspire Awards 2017, held to coincide with Anti-Bullying Week.
17 November 17
Cardiff Council to consult on school admissions options Image
Proposals to consult on options for school applications in Cardiff have been agreed by the council's Cabinet today, November 16, 2017.
17 November 17
City stands up to end male violence against women for White Ribbon Day Image
Later this month, Cardiff Council will show its support for White Ribbon Day, an international campaign led by men to end violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence.
15 November 17
Quick guide to applying for a primary school place in Cardiff Image
Starting primary school is an exciting time for children and parents, but it can also be a stressful time. Decisions have to be made on the schools to apply for, and then the wait to see if the application has been successful.
10 November 17
Sir Chris Hoy MBE launches Cardiff Children's Literature Festival 2018; Tuesday 12th December 6.30pm Image
The sixth Cardiff Children's Literature Festival gets off to a flying start as Olympic cyclist Sir Chris Hoy rides into City Hall on Tuesday 12th December, to introduce his new book from his series for young readers; Flying Fergus 7: The Wreck It Race.
08 November 17