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2. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Education: The Cass Review (12 Jun 2024)

Lynne Neagle: Thank you for that supplementary. Can I say that I want our schools to be inclusive, welcoming places for all children and young people? I think that should be the starting point of everyone in this Chamber, including you, Laura. We have been working on draft guidance on trans issues. We've worked in a co-productive way with a range of stakeholders and also with children and young people...

2. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Education: Use of Mobile Phones in Schools (12 Jun 2024)

Lynne Neagle: Thank you, Gareth. Almost all schools in Wales have mobile phone policies that prohibit the use of mobile phones during lessons, and guidelines should be enforced consistently by all school staff and supported by the school leadership team. But we do believe that it is important there is an element of discretion for schools in this regard, because, where managed properly, teachers are finding...

2. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Education: Questions Without Notice from Party Spokespeople (12 Jun 2024)

Lynne Neagle: Thank you. Can I say, in relation to the situation in Aberystwyth, Cefin Campbell will be very well aware that we have an independent system to accredit initial teacher education in Wales? I think that's very important—that we have a system that sets the highest possible standards to make sure that, if someone is going to do that course, they're going to get a really good experience....

2. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Education: School Refurbishment in Aberconwy (12 Jun 2024)

Lynne Neagle: ...your recognition of the fact that you have benefited in your constituency from our very significant investment in capital in Wales. Conwy has actually benefited from £41.8 million of investment in schools since the sustainable communities for learning programme began in 2014, and that's through not just the sustainable communities investment, but also associated grant streams, such as...

2. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Education: The Dental Strategic Workforce Plan (12 Jun 2024)

Lynne Neagle: ...want all our young people, from wherever they live in Wales, to have the opportunity to pursue the courses that they're interested in. You will be aware that, at the moment, we have the one dental school, which can mean that the people who train there are more likely to work there. So, I take on board what you've said about the challenges of getting people into rural areas. You heard my...

2. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Education (12 Jun 2024)

2. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Education

1. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Housing, Local Government and Planning: Public Libraries (12 Jun 2024)

Julie James: ...line is that there isn't enough money in public services and we need to make sure that we get better funding for public services. Libraries are one of those support services that shore up the education system, they shore up the public health system; they are fundamental building blocks to civilised society, aren't they? I certainly grew up going, every week, to the library with my mum and...

1. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Housing, Local Government and Planning: Local Authority Budgets (12 Jun 2024)

Julie James: ...this morning, where they said there was very little evidence indeed that there would be any such effect of such a policy, and, in fact, they thought the policy would have almost no effect on school sizes. So, I'm just quoting it back to you. Of course, in discussing things with my Cabinet Secretary colleague, we always take into account trends that we think will have an effect on...

1. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Housing, Local Government and Planning: Questions Without Notice from Party Spokespeople (12 Jun 2024)

Peter Fox: ...of underinvestment need to be understood by everyone. Many key services, as you know, are on a knife edge, such as social care, where there is a huge amount of weekly unmet need across the country; education, where schools are struggling to retain the staff they need; and we know that many discretionary services are being hit hard and are facing a cliff edge. Cabinet Secretary, what advice...

Motions to elect Members to committees (12 Jun 2024)

Motion NNDM8612 Elin Jones To propose that the Senedd, in accordance with Standing Order 17.14, elects Cefin Campbell (Plaid Cymru) as a member of the Children, Young People and Education Committee in place of Heledd Fychan (Plaid Cymru).

QNR: Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Education (12 Jun 2024)

Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Education

6. Statement by the Cabinet Secretary for North Wales and Transport: D-day and Armed Forces Week (11 Jun 2024)

Ken Skates: ...respectful and dignified in the way that they go about their daily lives, and respect our armed forces in particular. I do believe that, in terms of promoting local links, there's a role for education here, and I think with the new curriculum and the significance of events through the year, through history, there is no doubt that the new curriculum will be utilised to promote the value of...

5. Statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Climate Change and Rural Affairs: A sustainable Welsh marine environment (11 Jun 2024)

Huw Irranca-Davies: ...and so on. And there are clear upsides to that, but we have to get it right, as well, to protect the marine environment, but also on those individual things that can be done. I spoke to a school here from a south Wales constituency earlier on today and you could see the passion that they had as young children about thinking not just about themselves, but also the children who come beyond...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Energy Market (11 Jun 2024)

Sorcha Eastwood: ..., but we simply cannot afford not to do it. In the midst of the incredibly difficult financial position that we find ourselves in, and with all the challenges that we face, from healthcare to education, what the public want most from us is to know that things will get better. A key element of that is doubling down on our ambitions to transform our energy sources. That can offer new and...

3. Statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Constitution and Cabinet Office: Context for and approach to the next Spending Review period (11 Jun 2024)

Cefin Campbell: Sorry, I'm coming to that. Right, okay. So, can you confirm that you are doing everything in your power to ensure that our education system is receiving the level of investment it needs?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Infrastructure: Road Safety (11 Jun 2024)

John O'Dowd: ...approach to road safety. Once the outworkings of the Budget are known, officials will work with road safety partners to agree a forward action plan covering engineering, enforcement and education. As I have said, we can all play our part in road safety and potentially in saving a life by thinking about how we act when we are travelling from A to B using roads or footpaths. We all need to...

1. Questions to the First Minister: The Legislative Programme (11 Jun 2024)

Samuel Kurtz: Since being elected, First Minister, you've u-turned on reform to the school year, delayed the sustainable farming scheme, and attempted to change the rhetoric around the default 20 mph policy, without actually changing anything. So, this is a Labour Government so bereft of new ideas that it is now changing policies that it itself introduced that we've been campaigning against. So, thank you....

1. Questions to the First Minister: Child Poverty (11 Jun 2024)

Vaughan Gething: ...with this Government, in addition to what we already do to directly put money into people's pockets: the way that we look to help and support families beyond that, not just the universal free school meals that we should all be proud of—more than 20 million of them delivered here in Wales—but the help we provide, whether it's prescriptions or a whole range of other areas, including...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Infrastructure: Potholes: Intervention Depth (11 Jun 2024)

Connie Egan: an absolute mess. It is not just the depth of the potholes that your Department will not resurface but the number of them. The number of potholes is dangerous for cyclists. They are also near a school, and it is a busy road. Please, Minister, will you listen to us and resurface it?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Executive Legislation Programme 2024 (11 Jun 2024)

Emma Little-Pengelly: ...number of weeks, the key issue that we hear about, time and again, is that people want their public services to work for them, such as access to GP services and affordable childcare, in health and education respectively, and all those types of issues. We are also conscious, however, that legislation is not always the answer to the problem. Sometimes the answer will be transformation,...

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