Wales Journal of Education

Open Access, bi-lingual journal publishing local and international research on education policy and practice in Wales, under academic and practitioner strands. 
Published by the University of Wales Press.

Featured Articles

Helena O'Boyle, Marguerite Hoerger

Implementing a Classroom-Based ABA Model in a maintained special education school in Wales

Delyth Jones

“Dyfodol Llwyddiannus” i’n “Dyfodol Byd-eang?” – Goblygiadau Cwricwlwm 2022 ar addysgu a dysgu ieithoedd rhyngwladol.

Alyson Lewis, Amanda Thomas

Practitioners’ knowledge and understanding of schemas and well-being in the Foundation Phase curriculum

Laura Beth Davies

Opting in or opting out? How is choice of language medium presented to Further Education learners in Wales and what influence does this have on their choices?

Enlli Thomas, Gary Beauchamp, Tom Crick

Golygyddol - Addysg fel cenhadaeth genedlaethol: rôl Cylchgrawn Addysg Cymru

Kieran Hodgkin, Sally Bethell, Anna S. Bryant, Lowri C. Edwards, Steve M. Cooper

Mentoring PE Student Teachers in Wales: Lessons from a Systematic Review of the Literature

About Wales Journal of Education

The Wales Journal of Education aims to play a key role in further supporting and developing the educational research base in Wales, by providing a venue for a range of high-quality submissions reflecting the diverse nature of educational research methods and methodologies. The Journal is published under two strands: Academic and Practitioner. In the Academic context, we welcome local and international research that provides insights into shaping current and future education policy and practice in Wales. Furthermore, the focus of the journal is not just on schools and compulsory-level education; we very much welcome educational research on issues that affect the entire life course, from early years through to post-compulsory education, training and lifelong learning. 

The Practitioner strand features contributions from practitioners engaged in research and inquiry across the various dimensions of educational practice. Although the emphasis of this strand of the journal is focused on practicing educators such as teachers and school leaders, we also invite submissions from individuals across various disciplines, levels, and educational organisations who undertake high-quality educational research and inquiry.

Published by the University of Wales Press with the support of Welsh Government, the Wales Journal of Education is a platinum Open Access journal, free of charge, bilingual and available to read in digital format for anyone, anywhere in the world, with no author-facing charges.