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The Welsh Government has published its new five-year Work Programme for Cymraeg 2050, the national strategy to reach 1 million Welsh speakers by 2050.
Education Minister Jeremy Miles has today written to all headteachers and principals in Wales to provide more clarity on how schools and colleges can continue to operate safely when they return in September.
The Welsh Government has awarded £2 million to further education colleges to provide training for jobs in the green economy.
Jeremy Miles today confirmed he is to provide additional support for schools to enable the momentum behind the introduction of our new Curriculum for Wales to continue and to rollout in primary schools and non-maintained nursery settings from September 2022.
Jeremy Miles has today outlined further plans to introduce contact groups for adult learners in Higher and Further Education.
Jeremy Miles today set out a series of measures we will take to create more capacity and ease potential pressures within the Welsh education system, providing further clarity on what the next year academic year will look like.
The Welsh Government will provide £33m to support learners in colleges and sixth forms across Wales, as part of the £150m it has committed to the education response to Covid-19.
The Welsh Government has today announced an extra £19m to support education and early years settings, taking spending on learning for under 18s to over £150m since the start of the pandemic.
The Welsh Government has opened a consultation on additional guidance for the new Curriculum for Wales.