Personal and Social Education


Personal and Social Education

Personal and Social Education The qualifications meet the five different themes within the framework: active citizenship health and emotional well-being moral and spiritual development preparing for lifelong learning sustaina... Go to page


Employability As an organisation we pride ourselves on creating quality, industry led qualifications and rewarding achievement. Everything we produce is designed to benefit the learner, individually, socially and economically. We believ... Go to page

Professional Development

Resilience Skills Co-ordinating Personal and Social Education (PSE) In relation to PSE, WRE and YPP, Agored Cymru: Delivers lessons as part of a wider school programme including supporting collapsed timetable days. The delivery ... Go to page

Vision, Mission and Values

Vision, Mission and Values Vision To promote lifelong learning in Wales. Mission Statement Agored Cymru is a charitable trust and social enterprise which works in partnership to promote learning, widen opportunity and enable p... Go to page

Privacy Statement

Learner Privacy Statement What personal data does Agored Cymru collect about you? The minimum we need to collect in order to process yourachievements and produce your certificates is: Name Post code Date of Birth Unique Learner... Go to page

Access to Higher Education

Access to Higher Education We are the only awarding body in Wales responsible for developing, approving and monitoring Access to Higher Education Diplomas. We work with every further education college in Wales to offer a wide range ... Go to page



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We are delighted to welcome our newly appointed Access to Higher Education External Verifiers Rebecca Bennett Wilding, Bethan Norman and Jeremy Edwards. They will begin their external verification work in September 2016.

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At Agored Cymru we are aware that Access to HE learners have faced or are facing significant barriers to their educational achievement. They are often studying while undertaking caring responsibilities and/or working and therefore frequently suffer considerable financial hardship as a result of their decision to return to education.

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