Articles from Welsh Government

New coronavirus guidance to support providers of higher education and further education in Wales

@wgmin_education - The Welsh Government has today published updated guidance to support higher education, further education and work based providers as they continue to prepare for the autumn term and beyond. Both sets of guidance have been published by Education Minister Kirsty Williams who stressed that ‘the health, safety and wellbeing of staff, students and learners will remain a top priority’.

Welsh Education Minister proposes 3.1% overall pay award for teachers

Education Minister @Kirsty_Williams has today (Wednesday, July 29) set out her proposals for teacher pay in Wales.

£40m to support employment and training in Wales

@wgmin_education and @KenSkatesMS from the Welsh Government today pledged to support everyone to find work, education or training or help to start their own business as it launched a £40m skills and jobs fund.   The ambitious fund is part of a longer-term plan to help Wales recover from coronavirus; to build back better and ensure no one is left behind.

£23 million to Support Welsh FE Colleges and Sixth Forms

The Welsh Government has today (22 Jul) announced additional funding of more than £50 million for universities and colleges.

Professor Charlotte Williams to lead work on teaching Wales’s “rich history built on difference and diversity”

Professor Charlotte Williams OBE has been appointed by the Welsh Government to lead a new working group to advise on and improve the teaching of themes relating to Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities and experiences across all parts of the school curriculum.