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All school governors should know and understand their roles and legal responsibilities and how these fit in with the responsibilities of the head teacher, the Local Authority and the Welsh Government. School governors play an essential role – they make sure their schools take appropriate measures to prevent and respond to lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) related bullying.
Hwb – the all Wales Learning Platform
Supporting national action to:
The Central South Consortium Joint Education Service will raise standards and build upon success though purposeful collaboration between Local Authorities, effective partnership with schools and a rigorous pursuit of excellence.
Wrexham, Flintshire, Denbighshire, Conwy, Gwynedd and Isle of Anglesey education authorities collaborate as the North Wales Consortium. It is an expression of the authorities’ wish to collaborate rather than a separate body.
The five local authorities of Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport and Torfaen have formed an Education Achievement Service (EAS) which is designed to raise education standards in South East Wales.
Welcome to My Local School, a website designed to open up access to schools data for parents and all others with an interest in their local school.
The site contains a wealth of data from contextual information, such as data on pupil numbers and characteristics, to school performance, attendance and data on staffing and finance.
We, Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales (CSSIW), Estyn (Her Majesty’s Inspectorate for Education and Training in Wales), Healthcare Inspectorate Wales (HIW), and the Wales Audit Office (WAO) are the four main inspection, audit and review bodies in Wales.
We are four independent, strong sectoral inspectorates with professional authority in our own fields. CSSIW, Estyn, HIW and WAO have made a strategic agreement between our organisations setting out the commitment to work closely together to encourage improvement in public services.
Bog Standard is a campaign to promote better toilets for pupils.
Our 3 aims are:
This portal has been designed to give schools and local authorities easy access to a range of useful sites and information from a single point of contact.
01443 844532 / 029 2075 3685
Sam MacNamara – 07943 887275 / Jane Morris – 07957 969708