The project that will link the communities of Llantrisant and Llanwit Fardre in Wales with the communities of Cam and Dursley in England is making progress project leader Councillor Jonathan Bishop has said.
An innovative environmental project is set to expand its reach to Llantrisant, it has been revealed. The Emotivate Project is set to expand its reach from Llantwit Fardre into Llantrisant in Wales as part of ambitious plans to link young people the two areas with other youths in Cam and Dursley in England.
The Afon Taf High School Year 9 pupils competed in the Engineering Team Challenge against 22 other schools from across South Wales. The competition was held at several venues across South Wales late last year including the University of South Wales, Parc Y Scarlets, Swansea University and Cardiff University.
A national competition to design a flag in memory of 800 years since Magna Carta has been won by Maesycoed Primary School, whose pupils designed one of 80 flags that were flown in Parliament Square in May.
Year 7 pupils at Howell’s School in Llandaff, Cardiff, have raised £243 for mental health charity, Ty Hapus, by serving tea at near by Cardiff Metropolitan University.
A new report published by the Youth Sports Trust has revealed that nearly 25% of children consider playing video games as a form of exercise.
Families in the Rhondda Fach in South Wales have benefitted from a new project designed to help support children while they are at school.