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News archive > 2014 > March


Written Statement – Early Years Development and Assessment Framework, 27/03/14 [W]

Huw Lewis, Minister for Education and Skills, has made a statement giving an update on plans for the new Early Years Development and Assessment Framework.


UK Budget 2014, 19/03/14 [W/E/NI/S]

Chancellor George Osborne has delivered his Budget Statement to Parliament, setting out the UK Government's economic policies for the year ahead.


Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Bill passed, 18/3/2014 [W]

The Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Bill completed its passage through the National Assembly for Wales on Tuesday 18 March 2014.


Bookstart programme returns for 2014, 17/03/14 [W]

Bookstart Super Box Programme offers early years workers the opportunity to attend a conference near to them and to receive books for free.


Academi Wales – Leadership and management development, 15/03/14 [W]

Academi Wales, in partnership with the Third Sector Skills Workstream, have designed a series of half day workshops and a 3-day managing change successfully programme just for third sector leaders.


Contact a Family Transitions Tour 2014, 14/03/14 [W]

In April, Contact a Family Cymru is touring Wales offering FREE workshops and advice surgeries for young people and parents who would like help during periods of transition.


Flying Start expansion, 04/03/14 [W]

Vaughan Gething, Deputy Minister for Tackling Poverty, has made a statement in Plenary giving an update on the Flying Start Programme.


‘What you say counts’ – new numeracy campaign to support Maths learning, 04/03/14 [W]

A new campaign by the Welsh Government aims to improve numeracy in children aged 5-14 by encouraging their parents to be more positive about their own skills and the use of maths.


Charities urge Welsh Government to welcome Syrian refugees, 03/03/14 [W]

Children in Wales has joined the Welsh Refugee Council and other charities in signing a letter to the First Minister, urging the Welsh Government to help resettle some of the most vulnerable Syrian refugees in Wales.