"Developing People, Developing Communities"
Rhondda Cynon Taf where children, young people and
adults are supported, throughout their development,
to fulfil their potential as active citizens and
where learning, in all its guises, is fostered and
primary focus of all our services is the needs of individual
people, whether as learners or as people in need of help
and support. Whilst our service clearly has the individual
as our primary focus, we also acknowledge the obligation
individuals have to one another and the fact that prosperous
communities are dependent on mutual help and support. Central
to this will be the importance of the family as a core unit
and the quality of parenting as a major contributor to a
Welsh Language Courses
RCT Anti-bullying Project
For more information contact Caroline Mortimer 01443 744069 -
Welsh Language Training & Development Officer Rhondda Cynon Taf Council.
Get Sorted were commissioned by Fframwaith in June 2006 to undertake a consultation research exercise to assess the current situation regarding bullying in RCT. The report concluded that whilst there was evidence of good practice in the prevention and management of bullying this provision lacked coordination and support. In November 2006, an Anti-Bullying Officer was appointed to assist in developing and reviewing anti-bullying policies in schools.
Links are provided to the various documents to assists schools, professionals, governors, parents and pupils in approaching bullying related issues.
There is now a new website which aims to provide schools with the information they need to remodel their schools to improve the work-life balance of staff and use resources effectively to raise standards.
Please visit the School Remodelling website for more information.
Get Sorted is a substance misuse education advisory project and that supports teachers delivering substance misuse education to children and young people within their organisation. The process involves a variety of different levels of support from delivering a demonstration lesson for teachers to observe to team-teaching and providing ad-hoc telephone support. The aim is for teachers to be able to confidently deliver substance misuse education.
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Dare Valley Country Park
We are able to offer an environmental education experience to all age groups, from nursery through to secondary and beyond. Our groups study a range of topics, from pond dipping, mini-beast investigation, sensory and seasonal activities, habitats and many others. Off site activities include a river study, where we follow the river from source to mouth, collecting and recording data along the way.
Education Advertising Pack
Single Education Plan September 2006/08
Main Local Authority Website: www.rhondda-cynon-taf.gov.uk