The School Standards and Organisation (Wales) Act 2013 gives LA’s responsibility to intervene when the Head teacher and governing bodies are not carrying out their functions in accordance with school council regulations 2005.
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Wales has a lot of different people from different backgrounds, and the government wants to make sure that people aren’t treated unfairly because of who they are.
The Minister for Communities and Tackling Poverty, Lesley Griffiths AM and the lead officials for these priority areas in the Welsh Government have been made aware of the priorities.
Shared Purpose – Shared Delivery was re-issued in December 2012 to include Annex B (Doc 2) – ‘The statutory guidance for Local Authorities to provide and promote children and young people’s participation’ under Section 12 of the Children and Families (Wales) Measure 2010.
With Hate Crime and Anti-Bullying a priority for Young Wales, we will be working closely with the Welsh Government ahead of Anti-Bullying Week in November. Help us decide on our focus through this short survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CY58MDS
'When you finally get money coming in and realise you owe it all out, it's the worst feeling in the world'
Our recent report Paying the Price, found that too many young people have not received a decent financial education and struggle to manage their money well.
The Welsh Government has produced an update on Personal and Social Education (PSE) following Professor Donaldson’s review of Curriculum and Assessment in Wales in the ‘Successful Futures’ report.
The Welsh Government has produced an update on concerns raised by Young People Participation Workers regarding school councils in their area.