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Many families will be worried about the rising cost of living, especially while preparing for the new school term. There is support available for learners and their families in Wales who may be struggling to afford school costs such as uniform and transport, as well as some free schemes to help your child with their learning.
Here are eight education subsidies and schemes that you could qualify for.
Sessions to provide children and young people with healthy meals and educational activities are back on the menu this summer with the return of Food and Fun.
Year 11 pupils from across Wales have been taking part in a residential summer school funded by the Welsh Government as part of the Seren Foundation programme.
The Football Association of Wales and the Welsh Government have launched a new video today, featuring several Cymru players, that aims to help tackle the issue of online sexual harassment.
The Minister for Education and Welsh Language will set out today how local authorities aim to increase Welsh-medium education in their areas.
The Welsh Government will expand e-sgol, the programme which enables GCSE and A-level students to join classes at other schools via video link, to every part of Wales from September 2023.
The Tertiary Education and Research (TER) Bill will set out our vision for the future of post 16 education into law and creates a new national steward for post-16 education to expand lifelong learning, focus on learner welfare, and support our colleges and universities.
The Welsh Government has published a new school improvement framework, ensuring that learner progression and wellbeing is at the heart of all efforts to deliver high standards and aspirations.
A new board is being established to review the vocational qualifications on offer to learners and employers in Wales.
Progress report on strengthening teaching of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities’ histories and experiences published
The Welsh Government has today published the annual report on the teaching of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities and contributions.
Children in Reception class will begin to receive universal primary free school meals from as early as September, the Welsh Government has confirmed.
In a keynote speech to the Bevan Foundation later today (16th June), the Education Minister will outline measures to tackle the impact of poverty on educational attainment and set high standards for all.