Sue Robb of 4Children talks to Julie Laughton and Alison Britton from the Department for Education about the role of childminders in delivering the 30 hours free entitlement.
Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford has announced that Wales will go into a national ‘firebreak’ lockdown from 23 October until 9 November.
The ‘time-limited’ move will mean that everyone will be told to stay at home, while pubs, restaurants and non-essential shops will shut. Furthermore, gatherings indoors and outdoors with people not in a single household will be banned.
Leisure businesses, community centres, libraries and recycling centres will shut. Places of worship will be closed for normal services, except for funerals and weddings.
Drakeford’s address also revealed that primary schools will reopen after the half term break, but only Years 7 and 8 in secondary schools will return at that time. Meanwhile, niversities in Wales will continue to provide ‘a blend of in person and online learning’.
digitech21 will seek to demystify the increasingly complex technology landscape and will showcase a host of public sector best practice case studies and the very best solution providers, each of whom are helping organisations to transform and improve the way in which the public sector delivers services to the citizen.
Richard Farrell discusses the role that innovative technologies can and should play in enabling local authorities to guide and support citizens