The National Consortium for Languages Education has boosted support as a new report finds that 6 in 10 schools face challenges recruiting language teachers.

Welsh school students got a taste of a career in medicine and life as a medical residential at Cardiff University this week.

Reviews from the Education Endowment Foundation have set out to highlight some of the key challenges for schools in teaching secondary maths and writing. 

Teachers in Wales will be supported by the government to boost the roll out of the new curriculum.

Pupils in Wales are taking action on climate change as the Eco-Schools education programme celebrates 30 years.

One in three children and young people say they rarely or never write in their free time, a jump of 55 per cent in the last 12 months.

Wales' Attainment Champions pilot, designed to help tackle the impact of poverty on learner’s educational attainment, will be extended into a second phase to boost standards in schools.

Coinciding with National Numeracy Day, a former mathematics teacher has been appointed to

A new Education Committee report calls on the government to improve financial education in primary and secondary schools and at post-16 level. 

Four in five teachers said that the parents of the children they teach find it difficult to encourage their children to read at home.

Sex education in primary schools is to be limited to those aged nine and over, according to leaked information from the government. 

New analysis by children’s charity the Youth Sport Trust places an economic value on the critical importance of free-to-access school sport and physical activity for a child’s mental wellbeing for the first time.

The UK Space Agency has awarded funding to 15 projects across the UK with the aim of inspiring the next generation into STEM careers.

The Music Hubs form part of a national programme providing high-quality music education for all children and young people through investment in musical activities, equipment and teacher training.

Organisations have been invited to apply for the chance to set up a new National Academy for Mathematical Sciences (NAMS) to champion the value of maths and create future jobs.

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