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Agenda

Venue: Committee Room 1 - Senedd. View directions

Contact: Graeme Francis 

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Items
Note No. Item

1.

Introduction, apologies, substitutions and declarations of interest

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2.

New petitions

2.1

P-05-824 Newtown Brimmon Oak Bypass

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2.2

P-05-825 Protect children's lungs from harmful pollution whilst at school

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2.3

P-05-826 Pembrokeshire says NO!! To the closure of Withybush A&E!

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3.

Updates to previous petitions

Economy and Transport

3.1

P-05-774 Pass Wide and Slow Wales

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3.2

P-05-780 Reopen Carno Station

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Finance

3.3

P-05-811 Stop Using Worker Certification On Welsh Government Projects

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Environment

3.4

P-04-477 Support for the Control of Dogs (Wales) Bill

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3.5

P-04-648 Unconventional Oil and Gas Planning Applications

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3.6

P-05-717 Establish Statutory Public Rights of Access to Land and Water for Recreational and Other Purposes

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3.7

P-05-750 For single use items: introduce a Deposit Return System for drink containers and make fast food containers and utensils compostable

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Education

3.8

P-05-783 Ensuring Equality of Curriculum for Welsh Medium Schools e.g. GCSE Psychology

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3.9

P-05-805 Fair Deal For Supply Teachers

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Paper to note

4.

Correspondence from Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Transport to the Chair on P-05-716 Free Train Transport for school pupils with Arriva Trains Wales

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5.

Motion under Standing Order 17.42 to resolve to exclude the public for items 6 and 8 of today's business:

6.

Report - P-04-628 To improve access to Education and services in British Sign Language

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Meeting returns to public session (10.15)

(10.15 - 10.45)

7.

Evidence session - P-05-799 Change the National Curriculum and teach Welsh history, from a Welsh perspective, in our Primary, Secondary and Sixth form Schools

Kirsty Williams, Cabinet Secretary for Education

 

Claire Rowlands - Deputy Director Curriculum

 

John Pugsley - Head of Arts, Humanities and Wellbeing Branch

 

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Meeting returns to private session (10.45)

8.

Discussion of Previous Evidence Session - P-05-799 Change the National Curriculum and teach Welsh history, from a Welsh perspective, in our Primary, Secondary and Sixth form Schools

 

 

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