Plaid Cymru will today set out four key pillars to safeguard higher education post-Brexit.Read more
Teacher's workload crisis must be tackled 'head-on' say Plaid Cymru as number of teacher trainees in Wales falls dramatically
Number of students training to become teachers has fallen dramatically in Wales.Read more
Llyr Gruffydd AM reflects on the cut to the school uniform grant by the Welsh Government and the consequences that will bring for families already struggling to make ends meet.Read more
Plaid Cymru has made a last ditch effort to save the school uniform grant from being cut by the Welsh Government by forcing a vote in the National Assembly.Read more
Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood used this week's First Minister's Questions to condemn the Labour Welsh Government's decision to cut the school uniform grant - a move that will affect thousands of families.Read more
Plaid Cymru Shadow Education Secretary Llŷr Gruffydd will today unveil plans to train experienced, highly-skilled teaching assistants to become teachers.
Addressing Plaid Cymru’s Spring Conference in Llangollen, Llŷr Gruffydd AM will announce this policy designed to contribute towards tackling the looming crisis in teacher recruitment and retention in Wales.Read more
Welsh Government failing to recruit overseas students, whilst Scotland and England numbers increase
Responding to the Welsh Government’s publication of the Criteria for the accreditation of initial teacher education, Llŷr Gruffydd, Plaid Cymru’s Shadow Education, Children, Skills and Lifelong Learning Secretary said:Read more
The Welsh Government Minister for Welsh and Life-long Learning today announced an urgent review of the Welsh in Education Strategic Plans (WESPs).
The recently submitted draft WESPs for 2017-2020 were expected to strengthen and grow Welsh medium education in all parts of Wales and include strategies to better promote Welsh medium education to parents.Read more
AMs to use Assembly debate to outline plan to safeguard higher education post-Brexit
Plaid Cymru has today highlighted the importance of the European Union to Wales’s higher education sector and urged the Labour Welsh Government to adopt a five-point plan to safeguard its future post-Brexit.Read more