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The more types of special education needs a pupil has, the more at risk of exclusion they are

The presence of special education needs (SEN) and variations in school-level provision can cause disruptions in a pupil’s educational journey, especially when that child’s needs change as they progress through key stages. This may especially be the case when pupils have multiple needs, including mental health and communication difficulties. Furthermore, gaps between the time of…

Y pandemig a thu hwnt – canfyddiadau diweddaraf Astudiaeth Aml Garfan Addysg WISERD

Mae’r data diweddaraf a gasglwyd fel rhan o Astudiaeth Aml Garfan Addysg WISERD (WMCS) yn datgelu’r lefelau uwch o bryder a brofir gan bobl ifanc yn ystod y cyfyngiadau symud ac effeithiau parhaus tyfu i fyny yng Nghymru ar ôl y pandemig. Roedd bron pob un (93%) o’r disgyblion yn teimlo bod y pandemig wedi…

Pŵer Partneriaeth

Bydd canolfan newydd sbarc|spark Caerdydd yn dod ag ymchwilwyr at ei gilydd i gysylltu â’i gilydd ar draws disgyblaethau ymchwil yn y gwyddorau cymdeithasol i greu ffyrdd newydd o weithio. Yn ddiweddar, cyhoeddodd yr Athro Sally Power WISERD, bapur sy’n ystyried y galwadau am ‘ecosystem ar sail tystiolaeth’ i fynd i’r afael â’r diffyg cysylltiad…

Complex special education needs – type and timing are important factors

Characteristics closely linked to educational outcomes can vary by individual pupils’ situations and can be the result of a complex interplay between a number of risk factors. For example, being classified as having a disability such as communication difficulties, and experiencing behavioural and mental health problems can increase the risk of losing school days, which…

Cynhadledd Flynyddol WISERD 2022 – Galwad am Bapurau

Mae’n bleser gennym gyhoeddi bod y galwad am bapurau nawr AR AGOR ar gyfer Cynhadledd Flynyddol WISERD 2022. Cynhadledd Flynyddol WISERD 2022 Prifysgol Abertawe   Dydd Mercher 6 Gorffennaf a dydd Iau 7 Gorffennaf 2022 Thema ein Cynhadledd Flynyddol yw ‘Cymdeithas sifil a chymryd rhan: materion cydraddoldeb, hunaniaeth a chydlyniant mewn tirwedd gymdeithasol sy’n newid‘….

More opportunities but same standard of living: young people’s perceptions of generational differences

The news often paints a rather grim future for Gen Z, the generation born between the late 1990s and early 2010s. There is low perceived job security, housing costs continue to rise relative to wages, and the 2012 tuition fee increase means that many now graduate with more debt than previous generations. The ongoing impacts…

Gender, age, economic position and education affect attitudes to climate change

In my previous blog post, I discussed regional variations in attitudes towards climate change, with people living in Wales appearing more sceptical in comparison to those in other parts of Britain. However, attitudes to climate change also differ according to people’s characteristics such as gender, age and educational level, and these will affect regional differences…