Welcome to EAS

About the Education Achievement Service for South East Wales

The five local authorities of Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport and Torfaen have formed an Education Achievement Service (EAS) which is designed to raise education standards in South East Wales.

 

By working together as part of an integrated service to support and challenge schools effectively, enhance front line services and make the most of the available resources, progress will take place quickly and effectively.

 

The service will intensely monitor, support and challenge schools. Benefits of the service include increased capacity to support schools that require challenge, using data more effectively to focus on outcomes, identifying good practice across schools that can be used to improve outcomes, more efficient administration and facilitating professional learning communities.

 

Latest News in Continuing Professional Development

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Thu, 1st June
Curriculum changes 2017 - Implications for learners

Curriculum changes 2017 - Implications for learners

 
Directors of Education and Managing Directors of Consortia have been working closely to support Welsh Government''s reform journey. This includes seve ...
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Mon, 22nd May
School Performance Reporting 2017/18 – Target setting requirements

School Performance Reporting 2017/18 – Target setting requirements

 
Dear Colleagues School Performance Reporting 2017/18 – Target setting requirements and Key Stage 4 Performance Measures Please be advised of the ...
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Thu, 11th May
National Academy for Educational Leadership in November 2016

National Academy for Educational Leadership in November 2016

 
The Cabinet Secretary announced her vision for a National Academy for Educational Leadership in November 2016. A Shadow Board, chaired by Ann Keane, f ...
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Wed, 5th April
EAS response to Welsh teaching survey

EAS response to Welsh teaching survey

 
The Education Achievement Service (EAS) has today responded to the findings of a survey about the future of teaching in Wales. The National Education ...
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Tue, 31st January
The South-East Wales Region responds positively to the publication of national categorisation support categories

The South-East Wales Region responds positively to the publication of national categorisation support categories

 
The Categorisation System compares school performance with similar schools; gives bespoke support to schools dependent on their capacity to improve; a ...
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