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e-Petition: Welsh should not be compulsory for children with dyslexia and special needs

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Like many other children in the UK my son is dyslexic. English writing and reading is an everyday challenge so imagine having to learn to read and write another language that you will never use. This is what living in Wales my son has to do every day. I have tried to remove him from Welsh so he can have extra English lessons but it is a legal obligation for the school to teach Welsh in Wales. It's an everyday challenge for dyslexic children living in Wales. Welsh should be a choice for children with dyslexia and special needs, not compulsory.

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Petition details

Petition Status: Collecting signatures
Petition Start Date: 06/12/2017
Open until midday on: 05/04/2018
Principal Petitioner(s) Jessica Fox

 

25 most recent signatures

Total signatures: 78

Name Constituency or Area of residence Date
Paul Fear Newport East 19/02/2018
christopher searle Rhondda 30/01/2018
Helen Extence Swansea West 09/01/2018
Barry Phillips Arfon 28/12/2017
John R Walker Arfon 27/12/2017
Mark Howard Bridgend 10/12/2017
Katherine Fraser Newport West 10/12/2017
Gaynor Watkins Newport East 10/12/2017
Samantha Poynter Newport West 10/12/2017
Kath hopkins Newport West 10/12/2017
Sally pym Cardiff Central 09/12/2017
Sally Lloyd Newport East 08/12/2017
philip john roden Newport East 07/12/2017
Anonymous Monmouth 07/12/2017
Jan Andrews Newport East 07/12/2017
MARK GASKELL Monmouth 07/12/2017
julie davies Newport East 07/12/2017
Alison Dennis Newport East 07/12/2017
Bethan Long Newport West 07/12/2017
John Bennett Newport West 07/12/2017
Lindsey Davis Stroud 07/12/2017
Sharon White Islwyn 07/12/2017
Nigel Humphreys Ynys Mon 07/12/2017
Nicola Brann Newport West 07/12/2017
Julia Haynes Newport East 07/12/2017

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