Children, Young People and Education Committee
- The Committee published its report on School Funding in Wales – 10 July 2019
- The Committee has launched an inquiry into Education Otherwise than at School, the closing date is Friday 18 October – 27 June 2019
- In the Autumn term the Committee has agreed to carry out post-legislative scrutiny of the Children’s Rights Measure and an inquiry into Education Otherwise Than at School (EOTAS) and Pupil Referral Units, consultations on both will be launched before the end of the summer term - 13 June 2019
- The Welsh Government has responded to the joint Committee report, Assessing the impact of budget decisions (PDF 314KB)
- The consultation responses for our Post-legislative scrutiny of the Higher Education (Wales) Act 2015 have been published – 24 May 2019
- The Welsh Government has responded to the Committee’s report: Bacc to the Future: The status of the Welsh Baccalaureate qualification – The report will be debated in Plenary on 3 July, you can view this on Senedd TV - 17 May 2019
- The Committee is undertaking follow-up work on its inquiry into the Emotional and Mental Health of Children and Young People, further information is available on the webpage including key milestones since the publication of the report and dates of the scrutiny sessions in June – 14 May 2019
- The Children (Abolition of Defence of Reasonable Punishment) (Wales) Bill has been remitted to the Children, Young People and Education Committee. Further information is available on the Bill page. – 25 March 2019
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The Committee was established on 28 June 2016 to examine legislation and hold the Welsh Government to account by scrutinising its expenditure, administration and policy matters, encompassing (but not restricted to): the education, health and well-being of the children and young people of Wales, including their social care.
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Work Completed by the Children, Young People and Education Committee
Clerk: Llinos Madeley.
National Assembly for Wales
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