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Announcement investment of nearly £1.4 billion in our schools over seven years as part of the 21st Century Schools Capital Funding Programme
The 21st Century Schools Programme Board met on 6th December 2010 to review progress on the 21st Century School Programme and next steps.
Raising our education standards to world class levels, and providing a great start in life for every child is a challenging but key priority for Wales. But it is a priority we recognise will not be achieved unless school buildings are places that inspire both learners and teachers, accommodate 21st ...
The scale of business and user interest in school computing and software that was evident in January at the BETT exhibition in London is staggering.
Education Minister Leighton Andrews will today unveil joint plans between the Welsh Assembly Government and the WLGA to radically change the way school capital programmes are organised and funded in the future.
The construction industry has long been recognised as both an indicator of the condition of the economy, as a potential medium for stimulating economic regeneration.
The ICT Excellence Awards is an awards scheme for schools, local authorities and other organisations supporting schools which aim to identify and reward whole school excellence in ICT and reward those organisations who support school improvement with ICT. The winning schools and organisations were ...
The Programme will focus resources on the right schools in the right places, for early years through to post-16, with funding jointly provided by WG and local authorities.
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The Programme team is working with a number of organisations to develop this national standard for use across Wales.