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Extra 200 children to get a Flying Start

An additional 200 children are set to benefit from an expansion of Swansea's popular Flying Start programme which makes a positive difference to the life chances of families that need it the most.

Revamped school gym brings fitness boost to community

There are now even more opportunities for pupils and the wider community in Morriston to stay fit and active thanks to a major upgrade of a school gymnasium.

2,400 reception pupils receiving free school meals

More than 2,400 reception pupils in Swansea have been offered free meals since school resumed in September.

Work underway on £7m sports barn

Work is now underway on a £7m sports and leisure complex that will benefit many thousands of people across Swansea.

Top marks for council's education services

Prioritising and investing in education in Swansea is benefitting thousands of pupils and their teachers, according to Welsh Government appointed inspectors.

Free school meals for reception pupils

All pupils entering reception in Swansea this September will be offered free school meals.

Top marks for city's GCSE pupils

GCSE students in Swansea are today celebrating results which are well above those for Wales as a whole.

Swansea students celebrate A-level successes

Swansea's A-Level students are celebrating today (Thursday August 18) after achieving results above the Welsh and UK averages.

School meal prices frozen for another year

The price of school meals has been frozen in Swansea for another year to help parents and carers with the cost of living crisis.

Contractor appointed to deliver £7m indoor sports barn

A local contractor has been appointed to deliver a £7m project to transform sports and community facilities on the east side of Swansea which will also benefit the wider region.

Supportive school receives top marks from inspectors

A primary school in Swansea has received top marks from inspectors who praised its calm and supportive environment where pupils feel happy and safe.