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​Oral Assembly Questions tabled on 15 March 2017

for answer on 22 March 2017

R - Signifies the Member has declared an interest.
W - Signifies that the question was tabled in Welsh.
(Self-identifying Question no. shown in brackets)

The Presiding Officer will call Party Spokespeople to ask questions without notice to the Minister after Question 2.

To ask the Cabinet Secretary for Education

1. Simon Thomas (Mid and West Wales): What assessment has the Cabinet Secretary made of girls missing school because they can't afford the costs of feminine hygiene products? OAQ(5)0111(EDU)W
 
2. Julie Morgan (Cardiff North): What assessment has the Cabinet Secretary made of the role of cover supervisors in secondary schools? OAQ(5)0105(EDU)
 
3. Eluned Morgan (Mid and West Wales): Will the Cabinet Secretary confirm that the proposed closure of Coleg Harlech will not result in any loss of course availability for adult learners? OAQ(5)0098(EDU)
 
4. Lee Waters (Llanelli): What discussions has the Cabinet Secretary had with Estyn about the next inspection round? OAQ(5)0093(EDU)
 
5. David Rees (Aberavon): Will the Cabinet Secretary provide details of the next phase of the 21st century schools programme? OAQ(5)0110(EDU)
 
6. Mike Hedges (Swansea East): Will the Cabinet Secretary make a statement on Mudiad Meithrin's Cylch Ti a Fi scheme? OAQ(5)0097(EDU)
 
7. Mark Reckless (South Wales East): Will the Cabinet Secretary make a statement on the £21.1 million transferred from the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales to the Welsh Government? OAQ(5)0109(EDU)
 
8. Russell George (Montgomeryshire): Will the Cabinet Secretary make a statement on the delivery of the digital competence framework by primary schools in mid Wales? OAQ(5)0103(EDU)
 
9. Steffan Lewis (South Wales East): How is the Welsh Government raising awareness of mental health issues in schools and colleges? OAQ(5)0100(EDU) WITHDRAWN
 
10. Paul Davies (Preseli Pembrokeshire): Will the Cabinet Secretary make a statement on what the Welsh Government is doing to improve education in Pembrokeshire? OAQ(5)0099(EDU)
 
11. Dawn Bowden (Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney): Will the Cabinet Secretary make a statement on the provision of specialist learning support in schools in Wales? OAQ(5)0101(EDU)
 
12. Rhianon Passmore (Islwyn): Will the Cabinet Secretary outline what actions the Welsh Government is taking to improve initial teacher education? OAQ(5)0108(EDU)
 
13. Hefin David (Caerphilly): Will the Cabinet Secretary make a statement on the sharing of learning between pioneer and non-pioneer schools in relation to the roll-out of the new curriculum? OAQ(5)0112(EDU)
 
14. Julie Morgan (Cardiff North): Will the Cabinet Secretary make a statement on support for deaf children in schools? OAQ(5)0106(EDU)
 
15. Mark Isherwood (North Wales): How is the Welsh Government supporting deaf learners in Wales? OAQ(5)0094(EDU)
 

To ask the Counsel General

1. Julie Morgan (Cardiff North): What assessment has the Counsel General made of the Welsh Government's legislative powers in relation to hunting with dogs? OAQ(5)0031(CG)

2. Vikki Howells (Cynon Valley): What discussions has the Counsel General had with other law officers regarding criminal penalties for anti-social behaviour offences? OAQ(5)0029(CG)

3. Simon Thomas (Mid and West Wales): What discussions has the Counsel General held with law officers regarding the European Court of Justice ruling on the Aberthaw power station? OAQ(5)0032(CG)W
 
4. Simon Thomas (Mid and West Wales): What discussions has the Counsel General held with other law officers regarding the rights of European citizens in Wales? OAQ(5)0033(CG)W
 
5. Mike Hedges (Swansea East): What discussions has the Counsel General held regarding the independence of the judicial system in Wales? OAQ(5)0030(CG)

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