We are delighted to announce the new Advisory Board for the Wales Journal of Education. The Advisory Board is formed of key representatives from across the education sector in Wales, playing an important role in acting as advocates for the Journal in its new Open Access era, and engaging with the direction of the Journal in order to grows its reach at home and internationally. We’re very grateful for the support of the following members of the Board:

  • Sally Llewellyn, ERW
  • Ruth Thackray, GWE
  • Louise Muteham, Central South Consortium
  • James Kent, Education Achievement Service
  • Jassa Scott, Estyn
  • Hayden Llewellyn, Education Workforce Council
  • Chris Lewis, National Academy for Educational Leadership
  • Tom Anderson, Qualifications Wales
  • Sally Power, WISERD
  • Rachel Bowen, Colegau Cymru
  • Alyson Thomas, HEFCW
  • Ioan Matthews, Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol
  • Dr John Graystone
  • Dr Russell Grigg
  • Anne Keane
  • Professor David Reynolds
  • Alwyn Ward, Aberystwyth ITE Partnership
  • Jeremy Griffiths, CaBan
  • Anna Bryant, Cardiff Partnership
  • Sarah Stewart, OU Partnership
  • Lisa Taylor, University of South Wales
  • Helen Lewis, Swansea Uni Schools’ Partnership
  • Anna Brychan, Yr Athrofa

The Wales Journal of Education is a fully platinum Open Access publication, meaning that it’s free to read from anywhere in the world, with no subscriptions and no author-facing charges. The Journal is fully bi-lingual, in Welsh and English, with two issues published every year. The most recent issue can be accessed here: https://doi.org/10.16922/wje.22.2

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