News & Blogs

School children in a classroom.
Work is needed to realise the long-term benefits and track on-going costs of the new Curriculum for Wales
The Welsh Government has worked well with the education profession to co-design the new curriculum, but it was initially developed without assessing its direct or opportunity costs.
  • School children in a classroom.
    Work is needed to realise the long-term benefits and track on-going costs of the new Curriculum for Wales
    The Welsh Government has worked well with the education profession to co-design the new curriculum, but it was initially developed without assessing its direct or opportunity costs.
  • icon of three people
    We’re hiring for several new roles!
    We’re looking for a Change Project Manager, Senior Studio Co-ordinator, Senior Auditor – Performance, Law & Ethics Specialist (Information Officer) and Relief Auditor – Accounts.
  • A&E sign outside a hospital.
    Unscheduled Care system in Wales under huge pressure
    Many patients have an experience that falls below the level of quality they could reasonably expect
  • Person smiling with a mug of tea
    Direct Payments support people’s independence and are highly valued but there are opportunities to improve
    Inconsistencies are resulting in people receiving different standards of service.
  • Unscheduled Care in Wales – a system under real pressure
    Unscheduled Care in Wales – a system under real pressure
  • Skills Competition Wales
    Skills Competition Wales
  • Cyber resilience – one year on
    Cyber resilience – one year on
  • Helping to tell the story through numbers
    Helping to tell the story through numbers
    When we started planning our work on local…