About NetworkEdCymru


Building a network of practitioners to inform, share and support

Wales’ education system is being transformed. Geared around the implementation of a new national curriculum, these changes bring both challenge and opportunity.

NetworkEdCymru exists to give practitioners in our system a voice.

Run by teachers, for teachers, it encourages educators across Wales to inform debate, share ideas and support each other through the reform journey ahead.

We in Wales have much to be proud of and NetworkEdCymru provides a forum through which to celebrate and build on best practice.

You can join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #NetworkEdChat or come to one of our events showcasing the very best Welsh education has to offer.

Teachers are the agents of change and, together, we can do great things!

Who are NetworkEdCymru?

NetworkEdCymru is anyone who attends an event, joins in with a chat or makes a contribution to the blog.

Behind the scenes are a team of organisers who help steer the ship and plan each terms activities. They are (in alphabetical order)

Alec Clark (@AlecPBS)

Ty Golding (@tjgolding)

Janet Hayward (@jannehayward)

Catherine Kucia (@catkucia)

Gareth Rein (@garein)

Dave Stacey (@davestacey)

If you’d like to get involved in helping behind the scenes, please get in touch with any of the team, or message us @NetworkEdCymru