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The National Academy for Educational Leadership (Leadership Academy) was established in 2018, under the Companies Act 2006. As an arm’s length body, its primary role is to fulfil its responsibilities set within the context of the Welsh Government’s strategic aims.
Qualifications Wales is the independent organisation responsible for regulating general and vocational qualifications in Wales. We regulate awarding bodies offering qualifications in Wales. We are an independent body focused on publicly funded qualifications, including GCSEs, A levels and vocational qualifications.
Place2Be is a children’s mental health charity with over 25 years’ experience working with pupils, families and staff in UK schools. We provide mental health support in schools through one-to-one and group counselling using tried and tested methods backed by research. We also offer expert training and professional qualifications.
Routes into Languages Cymru is a pan-Wales collaborative outreach project that promotes the visibility, uptake and profile of languages in schools in Wales.
Routes Cymru aims to deliver a pupil-focussed programme of enriching activities and events, working closely with secondary and primary schools in Wales.
Bullying is a problem across ages and environments and is more common than you think. This guide explores what steps both employees and employers can take to overcome and stamp out a bullying culture in the workplace.
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Our mission is to tirelessly support and champion all the ways parents can participate in education and have their voices heard. We want to be a powerful force for good in education in the UK that strives to bring homes and schools together for the good of all children and society as a whole.
Find information about our schools, workplaces, volunteer and community projects; discover the National Network in Wales; and find resources and advice on making smarter travel choices.
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We are an independent non-statutory organisation that advises Welsh ministers and public service organisations in Wales on the workforce issues arising from public service reforms.
The Careers Wales website is a bi-lingual, online, interactive platform that provides up to date, accurate and impartial information for anyone making career related decisions about their future.
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