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  • Meddwl Mawr

    Meddwl Mawr

    To help you make the most of your free access to the world’s biggest library of education research (EBSCO) we’re launching Meddwl Mawr, a new book and journal club.

    Discover our first recommendations

  • Moving from non-racist to anti-racist practice: promoting racial equity in education

    Moving from non-racist to anti-racist practice: promoting racial equity in education

    The EWC, in collaboration with BAMEed Network Wales, is pleased to invite you to an online event exploring the inspirational and innovative work being done across Wales

  • National Education Workforce Survey Report 2021 published

    National Education Workforce Survey Report 2021 published

    Read the 2021 workforce survey report which provides an insight into practitioners’ views on workload, well-being, opportunities for professional learning and the impact of Covid-19.

  • Blog: find out how pay and conditions for school teachers are set in Wales

    Blog: find out how pay and conditions for school teachers are set in Wales

    Sharron Lusher, Chair of the IWPRB provides insight into the work of the body responsible for making recommendations on the pay and conditions of school teachers and leaders in Wales. Read the blog

  • Annual education workforce statistics for Wales 2021

    Annual education workforce statistics for Wales 2021

    Latest statistics on the education workforce in Wales published. Find out more

  • Employers in Wales: Are your staff registered?

    Employers in Wales: Are your staff registered?

    If you’re employing education practitioners from September, use the Employer gateway in MyEWC to check they’re registered with us in the right category. Check the register

  • Have you heard about Educators Wales?

    Have you heard about Educators Wales?

    Discover the new website designed to promote careers and career progression in the education profession. Visit Educators Wales

Latest News

EWC presents recommendations for increasing diversity in the school workforce

The benefits of a diverse education workforce are well-documented. Representation in the education workforce provides role...

Moving from non-racist to anti-racist practice: promoting racial equity in education

Moving from non-racist to anti-racist practice: promoting racial equity in education in collaboration with BAMEed Wales 25...

Launch of ‘Meddwl Mawr’ – EWC’s new book and journal club

Engaging with research can play an important role in developing your ideas and professional practice. That’s why we’re...

Results of wide-ranging survey of education workforce in Wales revealed

The Education Workforce Council (EWC), has published the findings from a survey of 78,000 education professionals in Wales....

October policy briefing – Educators in Wales have spoken: National workforce survey results

On Thursday, 21 October 2021 the EWC will launch findings from the biggest ever survey of the education workforce in Wales at...

Latest statistics on the education workforce in Wales published

We’ve published our Annual education workforce statistics for Wales 2021. See unique data on registered practitioners across...

Newly qualified teacher numbers in Wales rise

The number of new teachers in Wales has risen by a quarter compared with last year, according to data published today by the...

EWC publishes Annual Report and Accounts for 2020-21

The EWC has today published its Annual Report and Accounts for the year ending 31 March 2021. The report highlights our...

EWC's Fitness to Practise Annual Report 2020-21 published

As a regulator, one of our core functions is to investigate and hear allegations that might call into question a registrant's...