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Schools looking forward to welcoming learners in September

Schools across Rhondda Cynon Taf are looking forward to welcoming pupils back to school for the beginning of the 2020/21 academic year, starting with a phased return of learners from Thursday, September 3. 

Time for transparency over ‘hidden’ diagnosis figures and renews call for action over a Covid inquiry in Wales

Commenting on the report from the ONS that Wales has one of lowest Covid-19 mortality rates, Andrew RT Davies MS – the Shadow Health Minister – said:

Cleaning your workplace to reduce risk from coronavirus (COVID-19)

As an employer, you must protect people from harm. This includes taking reasonable steps to protect your workers and others from coronavirus.

Save up to £2,000 with Tax-Free Childcare


As schools return in Wales, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is reminding working parents they could save up to £2,000 per child per year to pay towards after-school clubs and other childcare services.


Rules on pupils wearing facemasks on school transport ‘inconsistent and confusing’

Suzy Davies MS – the Shadow Minister for Education – has called for a consistent approach from local authorities to pupils wearing facemasks on school transport.

Diabetes UK Cymru joins Distance Aware campaign

As lockdown measures eased in Wales, with shielding ending last week, many people living with diabetes and their families are concerned about venturing out more and returning to work and school. Although not officially shielding, people with diabetes are in the “clinically vulnerable” group.

Funding for flood-hit RCT welcome, but people are suffering because of Welsh Government delays

Janet Finch-Saunders MS – the Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Energy and Rural Affairs – has broadly welcomed the announcement today (August 24) of an additional

Digital Communications Survey

Children in Wales and Young Wales are currently undertaking a Digital Transformation Project to change the way that we communicate with our membership and followers.

One in three people with diabetes in Wales struggling to access food in pandemic

New research from Diabetes UK has revealed that 32% of people with diabetes have experienced food insecurity since the COVID-19 lockdown came into force in the country.