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​Oral Assembly Questions tabled on 8 June 2017

for answer on 14 June 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. Jeremy Miles (Neath): What steps are being taken by the Cabinet Secretary to implement the recommendations of the Welsh Co-operative and Mutuals Commission relating to 'Education for Co-operation'? OAQ(5)0132(EDU)
 
2. Rhun ap Iorwerth (Ynys Môn): Will the Cabinet Secretary make a statement on work experience opportunities for pupils? OAQ(5)0131(EDU)W
 
3. Lynne Neagle (Torfaen): Will the Cabinet Secretary make a statement on her priorities for schools in Wales for the next 6 months? OAQ(5)0139(EDU)
 
4. Mohammad Asghar (South Wales East): What plans does the Welsh Government have to reduce the pressure on teachers' workloads in Wales? OAQ(5)0134(EDU)
 
5. Dai Lloyd (South Wales West): Will the Cabinet Secretary make a statement on the promotion of Welsh medium education in South Wales West? OAQ(5)0133(EDU)
 
6. Janet Finch-Saunders (Aberconwy): Will the Cabinet Secretary make a statement on future changes to the curriculum in Wales? OAQ(5)0135(EDU)
 
7. Mark Isherwood (North Wales): Will the Cabinet Secretary make a statement on the level of school funding in Wales? OAQ(5)0137(EDU)
 
8. Jayne Bryant (Newport West): What progress is being made to encourage more young people to read? OAQ(5)0138(EDU)
 
9. Lynne Neagle (Torfaen): What steps is the Cabinet Secretary taking to ensure schools in Wales promote emotional resilience in children and young people? OAQ(5)0140(EDU)
 
10. Jenny Rathbone (Cardiff Central): Will the Cabinet Secretary make a statement on the level of funding for schools in Cardiff? OAQ(5)0141(EDU)
 
11. Simon Thomas (Mid and West Wales): Will the Cabinet Secretary make a statement on what the Welsh Government is doing to ensure the viability of higher education? OAQ(5)0142(EDU)W
 
12. Vikki Howells (Cynon Valley): How does the Welsh Government ensure teachers can effectively support pupils' learning during the transition from primary to secondary schooling? OAQ(5)0136(EDU)
 

To ask the Counsel General

1. Mike Hedges (Swansea East): What assessment has the Counsel General made of the legal implications for Wales of the imposition of World Trade Organisation rules in the absence of a trade agreement between the UK Government and the EU? OAQ(5)0041(CG)
 
2. Huw Irranca-Davies (Ogmore): What discussions has the Counsel General had regarding the legal implications for Wales of the proposed establishment of a shared prosperity fund by the UK Government? OAQ(5)0040(CG)
 
3. Simon Thomas (Mid and West Wales): What discussions has the Counsel General held in relation to bringing all of the Wales Act 2017's provisions into force? OAQ(5)042(CG)W
 

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