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Danescourt Teachers Walk Out Over Staff Suspensions

Read the latest on the dispute at Danescourt Primary School at the BBC and Wales On Line websites

What's you view what is happening at the school? Why not use our forum to express your views.

What’s in a name? PDF Print E-mail

We’d like your help in choosing a name for our new Danescourt website.

At the moment, we’re calling it Danescourt News but we’d like to hear your suggestions. Some of the ideas

  • you've sent us include:
  • Danescourt Life
  • Danescourt Voice
  • Danescourt Messenger
  • Danescourt Bulletin
  • Tell us what you think of these ideas - or suggest some of your own -  by contacting our editorial team.

    Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 January 2011 20:11
    Know somebody special? PDF Print E-mail

    We're on the look-out for Danescourt people who deserve to be in the spotlight and we need you to tell us about the stories that matter.

    Perhaps you know someone on the estate who’s talented – a singer, an actor or someone who’s good at sport.

    Maybe it’s somebody who’s a great traveller or who has a quirky hobby.

    Or it might be someone who’s battling against adversity – ill health, for example.

    And then again, it might be somebody you know who’s a good neighbour or who does sterling work for a charity. 

    Help us tell the Danescourt stories by contacting our editorial team.

    Last Updated on Thursday, 25 November 2010 23:15
    Council answers questions over Danescourt primary school’s suspensions PDF Print E-mail

    Cardiff County Council's chief schools officer has been interviewed by the Echo regarding the situation at Danescourt Primary School.  Read the full interview here

    Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 November 2010 22:32
    Link Llandaff and Llandaff North? No thanks, says DCA PDF Print E-mail

    Danescourt and Llandaff North should stay separate according to the latest review of controversial plans to link the two communities electorally.

    The original plans would mean that voters in Llandaff – which contains Danescourt - and in Llandaff North, would be part of one ward, sharing four councillors for the City and County of Cardiff between them.

    The Danescourt Community Association opposes that plan, saying that there don’t appear to be any community based reasons for the proposal.

    The DCA points out that the two communities are effectively separated by the river Taff and, to a lesser extent, by the railway.  The only road link is the river bridge.

    Now the Local Government Boundary Commission for Wales, which is reviewing the electoral arrangements across Wales, has accepted these arguments and its final proposals say that the existing Llandaff and Llandaff North divisions should be kept.

    Last Updated on Thursday, 25 November 2010 21:10

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