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Russell George AM presenting the certificate to Newtown Student Assembly.

Your Assembly Ambassadors: Newtown High School

Newtown High School recently became the first school in Montgomeryshire to gain School Council Ambassador status from the National Assembly for Wales.   The School Council Ambassador scheme aims to get school councils more directly involved with the work of the Assembly.   Certified schools have an outreach visit to learn about the Assembly, submit […]

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An education officer delivering a workshop in a classroom at Glanymor School

Celebrating Carmarthenshire’s Role in the Devolution Story

Pupils at Ysgol Glan-y-Mor, Burry Port marked 20 years since the 1997 Welsh Devolution Referendum by hosting a special referendum-themed workshop. Delivered by the National Assembly of Wales, the workshop examined the circumstances behind the narrow Yes vote of 1997, Carmarthenshire’s decisive role in the devolution story, and how Welsh politicians might best use the […]

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Imogen's Assembly Ambassador Session

Assembly Ambassadors session – Imogen from 5th Llanishen Guides, Cardiff.

I’m Imogen Blacklidge and I am a part of 5th Llanishen Guides. In February half term I went to Bronerion which is GirlGuiding Cymru’s headquarter and took part in an Assembly Ambassadors session led by Caryl Hughes. We learnt about the National Assembly and Welsh politics. I found the session very interesting because I am […]

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Young people from Digartref Community Voice Project in Cardiff Bay

Guest Blog – Community Voice Project, Digartref Ynys Môn

The Community Voice project at Digartref aims to have the voices heard of people suffering from, or having been affected by, homelessness. We have worked closely with Anglesey County Council in order to improve the services for homelessness and raise awareness of the impacts homelessness has on an individual. We recently won an award in […]

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Poppies: Weeping Window - Senedd, Cardiff Bay

Poppies: Weeping Window

  September 2017 Schools Visits and Free Workshops To mark Poppies: Weeping Window at The Senedd and the Centenary of the First World War, an exciting learning programme has been designed for Primary and Secondary schools in partnership with The National Assembly for Wales. Poppies: Weeping Window will be on display at The Senedd from […]

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Young people from The Pod and Assembly Members Mark Isherwood AM and Michelle Brown AM

Holyhead Young People question their Assembly Members

A couple of weeks ago, young people who regularly visit a youth Pod in Holyhead, Anglesey, received a visit from two of their North Wales regional Assembly Members, Mark Isherwood AM and Michelle Brown AM. Following a visit from the Youth Engagement team, when the young people learnt about the National Assembly for Wales and […]

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Alice and Lauren receiving their certificates from Michelle Brown AM

Your Assembly Ambassadors receive their certificates

On Friday 5 May, Alice and Lauren, who have delivered their own sessions in order to educate their peers on the National Assembly for Wales, were handed their Your Assembly Ambassador Certificate by their North Wales Regional Assembly Member, Michelle Brown AM. Alice delivered her session to a group of year 7 pupils at her […]

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Emily and all the students at Pentre Controlled Primary School, Chirk

Your Assembly Ambassador – Emily from Girlguiding Cymru

Hello! My name is Emily Jones and I’m 13 and from Chirk, North Wales. This February the girl guides that I’m part of participated in a first aid/medical holiday in Broneirion which is guiding headquarters. We learnt lots of interesting things about what to do in an emergency situation and different illnesses that affect people. […]

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Girlguiding Cymru training in Bron Eirion - February 2017

Your Assembly Ambassador – Kes from Girlguiding Cymru

Hi everyone, my name is Kes Triggs and I’m 13 years old. I live in the seaside town of Barmouth, north Wales and I go to school in Harlech. I am also a Girl Guide. When I was 5 I became involved in Girl Guiding Cymru as a Rainbow, I then moved up to Brownies […]

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