Recently we spent a day talking politics and The National Assembly for Wales with a fantastic group of Life Skills students at Llandrillo College. We began by looking at the subjects the Assembly is responsible for and had some great discussions on a variety of issues that have been debated in the Senedd. The students […]
55 students from Coleg Sir Gâr, whose academic level ranged from E1 through to E3/L1, took part in a recent Assembly inquiry on proposed changes to the additional learning needs (ALN) framework for young people in Wales. The Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill aims to create a unified system for supporting learners […]
The Welsh Government puts plans in place to try and make sure that all young people in Wales can take part in projects like youth clubs. They also make sure that young people can get support from a youth worker if they want. The Assembly Members on the Children, Young People and Education Committee decided to take a look at if these policies are working for young people in Wales and asked them what they thought about these policies. They also asked lots of youth workers to find out what they think.