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The Welsh Government has awarded a series of small grants to community cooperative projects in order to protect and help the Welsh language to thrive.
Free school meal holiday provision will be available to children from lower income families this May half term.
All Further Education colleges are to benefit from a share of £4m funding for mental health and wellbeing support, the Minister for Education and Welsh Language, Jeremy Miles has announced at a visit to Coleg Cambria during Mental Health Awareness Week.
Ten primary schools from across Wales will take part in a new pilot programme to help support reading and literacy, the Minister for Education and Welsh Language, Jeremy Miles has announced.
£70 million in funding will support the next stage in the expansion of free school meals in all primary schools in Wales, the Minister for Education has announced today.
The Minister for Education and Welsh Language has announced Wales will retain our current fairer and progressive student finance repayment system, despite changes made in England.
School logos should not be compulsory, the Education and Welsh Language Minister Jeremy Miles has announced as he publishes new statutory guidance today (Tuesday May 2nd)
The Riverfront in Newport has rolled out the red carpet for young filmmakers from Llanwern High School and Ysgol Glantaf.
The Minister for Education and Welsh Language has announced a new bursary and grant to increase the number of teachers who can speak Welsh.
Wales is set to be the first UK nation to increase the Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) payment, the Minister for Education and Welsh Language, Jeremy Miles has confirmed.
Free school meal holiday provision will continue to be available to children from lower income families for the Easter and Whitsun school holidays.
Education and Welsh Language Minister Jeremy Miles has announced £40m of new capital funding to place schools at the heart of their local communities.