Wednesday 22 Nov 2023 16:00 - 17:00 GMT  FREE

In this webinar, we will explore how to develop a curriculum that both recognises and challenges antisemitism within the framework of diversity and human rights.

Using the DARPL practical guide for school leaders in Wales to develop a curriculum that celebrates the diversity, vibrancy and richness of our Welsh-Jewish history, culture and ethos.

Antisemitism & Education: The opportunities for the Curriculum for Wales Tickets, Wed 22 Nov 2023 at 16:00 | Eventbrite

The Volunteering Wales Main Grant is now open for applications with a closing date of 22 December 2023.

An information session will be held online on 17 October 2023 at 10 am - 12 pm.

Please email if you would like to attend.

Experiencing a stroke is a severe medical emergency that requires immediate assessment and urgent treatment.  

In the UK, stroke is the fourth leading cause of death and the primary cause of adult disability, resulting in huge impacts on people's independence and quality of life. Here in Wales, stroke affects around 1,600 people in the South-Central Wales area each year, with 3,200 seeking hospital care for suspected strokes.  

We want to make sure that people who experience a stroke have improved outcomes and can enjoy the best life possible following a stroke. That means getting to the right stroke service quickly in the right place, and having access to effective rehabilitation and recovery support - known as the stroke pathway.   

All parts of the stroke pathway for patients in Cwm Taf Morgannwg and Cardiff and Vale are being reviewed under a new regional programme called the South-Central Wales Stroke Delivery Network.  

To ensure future services meet the needs of our population, we need your thoughts and ideas. We want to hear from patients, healthcare workers, and anyone who has a lived experience of stroke, or who cares about stroke care. So, if you or someone you care for has had a stroke, we want to hear your story by filling out this short form. Your experiences and ideas are really important. They can help us make care better for people like you.  

Learn more here

Digital accessibility 20.10.23 12-1 Zoom Please register via the link prior to the event.


Within this session we: ·

Discuss built-in accessibility options available on a range of digital devices.

Give an overview of apps for visual and auditory support.

Give an overview of apps to support communication.


Creating animation/creating music with a smart device Merthyr civic centre 24/10/23 10:00-13:00


Creating Animation with a Smart Device

One of the great things about smart technology is how easy and accessible digital creativity can be. Being creative can be therapeutic, build a person’s confidence and is great fun. It will also help a person to engage with technology, especially if they are new to the online world.

In this session we will:

  • Explore different apps and websites than can be used to make simple, fun animations through mediums such as drawing and using plasticine.
  • Understand the ease of creating animations for keeping occupied and to benefit mental health and well-being.

Creating Music with a Smart Device

In this session we look at how you can use a smart device to make music. This session will take you through the range of options that are available, from listening to your favourite radio station, creating playlists, listening to podcasts and much more.

We will:

  • Explore different apps, websites and platforms that let you get the most out of your device.
  • Show you how to create playlists.
  • Discuss what podcasts are.
  • Highlight apps and websites that let you create simple fun sounds to more detailed platforms, that let you unleash your inner musician.

We're back again with the Midnight Skate event on Friday 1st December 2023 at the Vindico Arena, Olympian Drive, Cardiff  CF11 0JS. The fun begins at 10:30 pm until 1:30 am. Tickets are only £7 per skater and free to non skaters.

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