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Blue Plaque For Jewish Community

 A Blue Plaque is to be unveiled in Aberdare by Rhondda Cynon Taf Council this week to mark the site of the town&rs

Flagship education programmes fail to deliver for pupils

“Children in Wales are no better off because of a Labour Government”: Plaid Cymru

Singers set to perform for injured rugby star

A host of renowned music performers are set to raise the roof in style at Aberdare’s Coliseum Theatre this spring at a

Chief Inspector reports some improvement in education, but significant challenges remain

The performance of education in Wales is showing some signs of improvement, according to the Chief Inspector&rsquo

Estyn Report: ‘Welsh education has been clinging on by its fingernails’

Commenting on Estyn’s annual report, which highlights some improvements in Welsh education but raises concerns over mathematics and numeracy, Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Education Angela Burns AM, said:

Watchdog urges public bodies to recognise risk of conflicts of interest

The National Audit Office has revealed that it has received a significant number of referrals about potential conflicts of interest at public bodies over the last year.

ATL Cymru: Estyn Report shows Steady but Slow Progress

Dr. Philip Dixon, Director of ATL Cymru,said: ‘Her last report displays the reasoned, forensic and measured approach that we have come to expect from the Chief Inspector, Ann Keane. The overall message is that we are making steady but slow progress.

Make your views known on proposals for nursery education and council funded music service

Pontypridd Parliamentary candidate, Osian Lewis has urged people to respond to the council’s consultation on cuts to services in the county.
The extended consultation ends on Friday 30th January at 5pm. He made the call as he released the party’s response to the consultation.

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