Parents: what you need to know about Hwb

Hwb
17 September 2020
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Hwb is the national online platform (website) supporting learning and teaching for Wales. It is home to lots of free apps and software, virtual classrooms, and a massive bank of resources and materials for use in the classroom or online with learners. The Hwb platform is bilingual, and users can toggle between the Welsh and the English version of every page at a click of a button.

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Consultation on draft guidance for a whole-school approach to mental health and emotional well-being

Ella Sivan
17 September 2020
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In 2018 the Children, Young People and Education (CYPE) Committee published its Mind Over Matter Report on the emotional and mental health needs of children and young people. Welsh Government are pleased to announce a significant milestone in their response to the Mind Over Matter report, with a consultation on guidance for developing and embedding a whole school approaches.

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Ymgynghori ar ganllawiau drafft ar gyfer dull gweithredu ar lefel ysgol gyfan mewn perthynas â iechyd meddwl a lles emosiynol

Ella Sivan
09 September 2020
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Yn 2018, cyhoeddodd y Pwyllgor Plant, Pobl Ifanc ac Addysg ei adroddiad Cadernid Meddwl, a oedd yn trafod anghenion emosiynol ac iechyd meddwl plant a phobl ifanc. Mae Llywodraeth Cymru’n falch o gyhoeddi carreg filltir sylweddol yn ei hymateb i’r adroddiad Cadernid Meddwl, gydag ymgynghoriad ffurfiol ar ganllawiau ar ddatblygu ac ymwreiddio dull ysgol gyfan.

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Welcome back! The Covid edition

Clare Jenner
08 September 2020
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With the return of all children to school, PTAs are probably wondering what they can do to kick-start their fundraising activities for this school year.

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GCSE Results Day - be prepared!

Jayne Thompson
19 August 2020
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Last week's AS and A Level results across England, Wales and Northern Ireland have amplified concerns for many parents who have a young person waiting for the GCSE results this week. The coronavirus pandemic has brought about many unexpected worries for everyone, but having to worry about your child receiving grades which are deemed unjust and not a true reflection of their capability is likely to intensify stress levels.

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