CPD Online is the online professional development website that allows you to search for professional development courses. All Newport courses are available to be viewed online on this website. You can also see the CPD provision of the other participating authorities.
You can freely browse all the courses listed on the website but you need to create a user account to proceed further.
Secondary School - School Day Time Consultation
Update: Please follow linked letter below which outlines the agreed changes to school session times that will take effect from September 2011.
Some of our secondary schools are in the process of changing their school day times.
This means that there will be different start and end days for each school. This has
been prompted by changes to post 16 education and training arrangements from
The Council will be holding consultation meetings at the Civic Centre on:
Tuesday 5th & Wednesday 6th April 2011 at 5.30pm
If you have any questions about school day start and end times you are
invited to attend the meeting that relates to your school. The table below which shows
which meeting you should attend.
For more information please look at this link: (opens in a new window - Adobe Acrobat required)
If you are unable to attend the meeting at the Civic Centre, but would like more
information on this consultation, please contact:
Senior School Organisation Officer
The Agreed Syllabus Support Materials are available through the medium of Welsh and English and produced by the Gwent Authorities, Methyr, Bridgend, Caerphilly, Swansea and Pembrokeshire LEAs. These materials cover Foundation Phase, KS2 and KS3.
Save the file to your pen or STEP drives and double-click to extract and save the documents.
Primary ICT Connections 2 SoW support area. An area set aside for all primary school teachers to access further information about the ICT SOW eg. lesson plans, skills ladder, appropriate web links, etc.
The Newport International Dimension in Education Support Network has been created to help schools develop international links by providing access to the vast array of advice, support and funding that is available to them.
Formed over a year ago, the South East Wales ESDGCForum was established to address the growing area of Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship (ESDGC).
Romans TV is a KS2 resource for pupils studying life in Roman Wales. Purposely the film has been written from a very Roman perspective to encourage pupils to debate important issues.
Children of the Revolution allows children to explore life in early industrial Wales using video, virtual reality, modelling exercises and interactive mapping.
The Caerleon Challenge shows what life was like at the Roman Fortress Baths at Caerleon with activities, virtual tours and videos.
World War II Veterans websitedocuments 60th anniversary celebrations of the ending of World War II using gathered resources and interviews.
Granada Learning Primary Zone for numeracy, Literacy and science at KS1 & 2. Granada Secondary Zone revision activities across the curriculum for KS3 & 4.
The Newport Whiteboard Website provides advice and guidance on how to setup and use both SMARTBoard and Promethean boards.
Welcome to ELIN
Community Learning and Library service in Newport is pleased to introduce our support service to schools.
Our support service to schools aims to enrich the learning experience for pupils and teachers by providing a range of services to support the classroom learning. Our focus is to support the curriculum, promote literacy and encourage the enjoyment of reading.
- For more information about the service (link to online document)
- ELIN Timetable (link to online document)
- List and details of the project collections for infants (link to online document)
- List and details of the project collections for juniors (link to online document)
- Searchable list and details of the class readers available (link to online document)
- Book your Primary School collection (link to online document)
- Book your Secondary School collection (link to online document)
- Tell us what you think about ELIN (link to online document)