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Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statement: North/South Ministerial Council: Agriculture (11 Jun 2024)

Andrew Muir: ...to move forward on these issues and take the learning from the South but also explore opportunities for cooperation. Dealing with the issues associated with Lough Neagh is based on four pillars: education; investment and incentivisation; regulation; and enforcement. There are many areas within those pillars where there is real potential for cross-border cooperation. For example, setting up...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: International Day of Play (11 Jun 2024)

Linda Dillon: ...important day. It is important for our children and young people, because, as was said at the event, they make up 25% of our population but 100% of our future. Play is really important for their education and mental well-being and for giving them the skills for their future for the jobs that they will be able to do in our economy. Most importantly, however, play is about their well-being...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: Carnlough Controlled Integrated Primary School (11 Jun 2024)

Carnlough Controlled Integrated Primary School

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Dementia: Statistics (10 Jun 2024)

Mike Nesbitt: I certainly do. I think that, first of all, awareness and education and then early detection and prevention — these things all go together. Social prescribing is something that is relatively new in health and social care, and that is very important. I do puzzles and crosswords to try to keep myself mentally fit. My dear late mother, when she was in her eighties, liked to do things like...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — The Executive Office: Euro 2028: Casement Park (10 Jun 2024)

Emma Little-Pengelly: ...Ireland Budget is incredibly difficult. We know its impact, not least on our health system and on waiting lists, and the associated pressures that it causes. We also know the pressures on our education system. This is not a single-issue issue but an issue to do with core public services that people need, such as health, education, roads and investment. Organisations are crying out for...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — The Executive Office: Programme for Government: Executive Priorities (10 Jun 2024)

Emma Little-Pengelly: The Member's question highlights once again how difficult our Budget is. The Budget for this year was divided up, with approximately 50% for the Department of Health, 30% for the Department of Education and 10% for the Department of Justice. That left just 10% to be divided among the other Departments, including the Department for Communities, which takes the lead on housing. Housing is an...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — The Executive Office: South Belfast: Recent Hate Crime (10 Jun 2024)

Kate Nicholl: ...week, a mother and her daughter made the news because of a racial hate crime in her constituency, with the daughter being left so terrified that she now does not leave the house unless going to school, to join her in condemning all racist hate crimes and making it clear that there is no place for that behaviour in society. (AQT 365/22-27)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — The Executive Office: Programme for Government: Update (10 Jun 2024)

Emma Little-Pengelly: ...on the key issues. We have already highlighted what some of the priorities are: childcare, tackling the big challenges in our health system and supporting families with children who have special educational needs. Those are big issues that will be prioritised, but it is right and proper that we take the time to ensure that they are properly integrated, through the roles that we hold.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — The Executive Office: Public Service Transformation (10 Jun 2024)

Emma Little-Pengelly: ...and seek the same outcome, which is to ensure that those public services work for those who need them when they need them. We listen all the time to those who are trying to use services across education, health and our public services, so we know that those public services are under pressure. The avoidance of duplication is important, as is finding the right interventions of transformation...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — The Executive Office: North/South Ministerial Council: Update (10 Jun 2024)

Emma Little-Pengelly: ...resumed on 8 April with a plenary meeting in Armagh. Since then, Ministers have met to discuss a range of issues in sectoral format, including trade and business development, special EU programmes, education, agriculture, language and, just this morning, environment and aquaculture. Meetings in the remaining sectors will take place over the coming weeks and months. The focus has been on...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statement: North/South Ministerial Council: Special EU Programmes Body (10 Jun 2024)

Caoimhe Archibald: ...The NSMC noted that the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB) is working on the task of facilitating closure of the programmes. For Peace IV, 95 projects were approved in the priority areas of shared education, children and young people, shared spaces and services, and building positive relations. Eighty-eight projects have concluded, one has been withdrawn and six are due to complete in...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: D-Day Commemorations: Enniskillen (10 Jun 2024)

Tom Elliott: ...On Thursday, Gary Wilson read the national D-Day proclamation at the Watergate in Enniskillen, accompanied by the pipes and drums of the Royal Dragoon Guards. At 11.00 am, Enniskillen Model Primary School and Jones Memorial Primary School took part in activities and hosted commemorations. At 6.30 pm on Thursday, the bells of St. Macartin's Cathedral rang, followed by a community service...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: Infant Mental Health Awareness Week (10 Jun 2024)

Robbie Butler: ...years. As we know, mental health is a lifelong journey. It requires continuous support at all stages of development, particularly during the critical transition points in life, such as entry to school, adolescence, the start of a career and ageing. Those moments of change can be challenging and stressful, making it essential that support systems are in place to help individuals navigate...

Scottish Parliament: Bankruptcy and Diligence (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 ( 6 Jun 2024)

Paul O'Kane: .... The answer is that local authorities hold the lion’s share of that public sector debt in a local way and are using those very concerning tactics that I mentioned in relation to things such as school meals debt, council tax arrears and various other sundry debts that come under councils. They have the power to act and take different approaches, and I think that we have seen that. ...

Scottish Parliament: Portfolio Question Time: Education and Skills ( 6 Jun 2024)

Annabelle Ewing: Good afternoon. The first item of business this afternoon is portfolio questions, and the portfolio today is education and skills. As ever, I make a plea for succinct questions and answers in order to get in as many members as possible.

Scottish Parliament: Portfolio Question Time: Additional Support for Learning (Presumption of Mainstreaming) ( 6 Jun 2024)

Michelle Thomson: To ask the Scottish Government what plans it has to address any issues regarding the implementation of the presumption of mainstreaming, as set out in the recent Education, Children and Young People Committee report on its inquiry into additional support for learning. (S6O-03533)

Scottish Parliament: Portfolio Question Time: Children Missing from Education ( 6 Jun 2024)

Liam Kerr: To ask the Scottish Government whether it has reconsidered collating information on the number of children who are “missing from education”, in light of its reported failure to do so to date. (S6O-03534)

Scottish Parliament: Portfolio Question Time: Universities’ Activities (Palestine Conflict) ( 6 Jun 2024)

Maggie Chapman: ...Association and folk across Aberdeen, the encampment at the University of Aberdeen is calling for the university to divest from all investments relating to the arms industry. No money intended for education should be used to fund war, directly or indirectly. Until it fell at dissolution, the university was using the Economic Activity of Public Bodies (Overseas Matters) Bill, which is...

Scottish Parliament: Portfolio Question Time: Education (Modern Foreign Languages) ( 6 Jun 2024)

Jamie Greene: To ask the Scottish Government how it will increase the take-up of modern foreign languages in schools. (S6O-03536)


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