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Education Issues in Wales

  • GCSE English language review Members of both NAHT and ASCL have expressed their extreme dissatisfaction with the outcome of the enquiry. 07 April 2014
  • Why PISA (but not just PISA) matters children, cheering, happy, group of childrenAnna Brychan looks at new research into the KS3 'dip'. Address originally given to the Institute of Welsh Affairs conference on 12 April 05 May 2011
  • Is SEF heading for failure? paperwork on deskHeadteachers and practitioners in Wales have serious reservations over the long term success of the biggest education reform in decades, a snapshot survey commissioned by the NAHT Cymru indicates. 01 October 2010
  • Heads could be exploited in pursuit of e-learning excellence Estyn Building, Anchor CourtThe race to digitally enable Welsh classrooms, teachers and children to meet ambitious targets laid out in a report by an Assembly Government appointed ICT task force for 2012 could prove more than a financial headache for cash-strapped schools. 02 May 2010
  • First class teachers equals first class money? teacher with pupilsFollowing recent cuts to national professional development budgets and schools facing further spending squeezes, headteachers across Wales are wondering what the future holds for their own career development and that of their staff. In the second article on CPD, former TES Cymru reporter Felicity Waters speaks to an experienced head, a new head and an aspiring one about how they see the future of professional training. 10 February 2010
  • The Foundation Phase fun factor young children holding up drawingsTeenage exam success in 2015 could be down to the fun factor of the play-led Foundation Phase (FP) for teachers as well as boys, emerging evidence suggests 23 September 2009
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