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Guest Blog – Madalen Reid

Work Experience In June 2016, I had the opportunity to do a week’s work experience with Rhun ap Iorwerth, the Assembly Member for Anglesey. I am a sixth form pupil in Ysgol Tryfan in Bangor, and I live in Menai Bridge, on Anglesey. Although I am not studying politics at school, the politics of Wales, […]

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Johnston CP pupils campaign against political flyers

Not long after the dust of Wales2016 had settled, pupils from Johnston CP in Pembrokeshire were hitting the campaign trail themselves to draw attention to the questionable impact of political flyers. Emails were sent to the National Assembly by Year 5 pupils, who’d been following the election in their English lesson. “One of the issues […]

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The Official Opening of the 5th Assembly by Vale Youth Action

The Royal Opening of the 5th NAfW On Tuesday 7th June, members of the Vale Youth Cabinet, Vale Youth Forum, Llantwit Youth Council, Barry Youth Action and Penarth Youth Action attended the Royal Opening of the fifth National Assembly for Wales where we represented young people from the Vale of Glamorgan.   The day started […]

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Young People have their say in CYPE Legacy Report

The Children, Young People and Education Committee has published its legacy report, to provide a useful starting point for the next committee, to show what they have done in the fourth Assembly and what they have learned. The committee is made up of Assembly Members from different political parties and it their role is to […]

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Apply for an apprenticeship at the National Assembly for Wales

Are you between 16-24 and looking for a paid training opportunity? The Assembly is looking for 4 apprentices to work in different departments across the organisation… The deadline for applications was 10.00 Tuesday 29 March, 2016 and has now passed. View current job vacancies What’s the job? The placements are based in Cardiff Bay. The scheme […]

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