The EAS is an integrated education service that supports and challenges schools in South East Wales to strive for excellence.
Working with Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport and Torfaen councils, we aim to improve education and enhance front line services.
This is achieved by focusing on improvement, challenge, support and training; the work is underpinned by our core values of excellence, innovation, integrity, collaboration and accountability.
We work in partnership with schools and settings across the region to accelerate outcomes for children and young people.
We offer a wide range of professional learning to support all staff, including leaders, teachers and teaching assistants, on their career pathways which helps develop a high-quality workforce.
We continuously strive for excellence through challenging and supportive conversations with our schools and teachers.
We believe every learner must be respected and challenged to achieve the best that they are capable of. Children and young learners who have strong relationships and a positive sense of themselves, who can understand and manage their own health and emotions and deliver a high level of resilience are in a better position to reach their full potential in the future.
Building on the learning guidance published by Welsh Government [https://gov.wales/keep-education-safe-guidance-learning-over-summer-term], this guidance sets out best practice and approaches to blended learning to support practitioners. Settings and schools should build upon…
We are online and available to support schools and governors and are working closely with our local authorities, Welsh Government…
The EAS would like to warmly congratulate all Year 11 learners on their achievements in this year’s examinations. This year…
EAS would like to congratulate all Year 12 and 13 learners on their results in this year’s examinations. We would…
By the beginning of September, Welsh Government will have provided guidance documentation for schools on the following: Ongoing guidance in…
Building on the learning guidance published by Welsh Government [https://gov.wales/keep-education-safe-guidance-learning-over-summer-term], this guidance sets out best practice and approaches to blended…
All children will have the opportunity to “Check in, Catch Up, Prepare for summer and September”, the Education Minister Kirsty…
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The Arts Council of Wales, in partnership with the Welsh Government are thrilled to announce a bespoke online Lead Creative…
Tailored educational content published for children from 3-14. On the day that the school term was due to restart, BBC…