2:36pm Wednesday 6th November 2013
FROM learning in the workplace to taking up courses in the community, education does not have to stop when you leave school. But the economy and funding has a big part to play in the sector's success and survival.
7:02pm Wednesday 9th October 2013
In a world where people are constantly using apps on computers, tablets and mobile phones at work and during their spare time, the younger generation could soon be learning how to code and the science of computing from the age of three. EMMA MACKINTOSH investigates
1:52pm Wednesday 11th September 2013
4:52pm Wednesday 19th June 2013
4:40pm Wednesday 22nd May 2013
3:40pm Wednesday 24th April 2013
4:50pm Wednesday 27th March 2013
2:20pm Wednesday 27th February 2013
3:50pm Wednesday 2nd January 2013
AREAS of Gwent have some of the highest proportion of people with no qualifications in the whole of Wales, the latest Census results show. We look at what is happening in the worst affected area to try to turn things around.
2:51pm Wednesday 28th November 2012
A TORFAEN school, Llantarnam Comprehensive School, is in special measures just months after the authority’s education department narrowly escaped the same fate. Education director Mark Provis talks about the authority’s plans for improvement.
2:00pm Wednesday 3rd October 2012
1:10pm Wednesday 5th September 2012
3:50pm Wednesday 8th August 2012
A-level students across the country are eagerly awaiting their exam results. While for many it will be a time for celebration, others won’t make their grades. However, help is at hand through the university clearing process.
2:50pm Wednesday 11th July 2012