Oral Assembly Questions tabled on 23 November 2016
for answer on 30 November 2016

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(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. Paul Davies (Preseli Pembrokeshire): Will the Minister make a statement on primary school education in Pembrokeshire? OAQ(5)0050(EDU) WITHDRAWN

 

2. Neil Hamilton (Mid and West Wales):Will the Minister provide an update on the challenges facing the newly built Tenby Church in Wales Primary School? OAQ(5)0058(EDU)

 

3. Hannah Blythyn (Delyn): Will the Minister provide an update on citizenship and political education in schools? OAQ(5)0055(EDU)

 

4. Russell George (Montgomeryshire):Will the Minister make a statement on the Welsh Government’s support for bilingual primary schools in mid Wales? OAQ(5)0054(EDU)

 

5. Vikki Howells (Cynon Valley): What assessment has the Welsh Government made of the work of regional consortia in improving educational attainment in the Cynon Valley? OAQ(5)0052(EDU)

 

6. Steffan Lewis (South Wales East): Will the Minister make a statement on how students with special educational needs and their families are able to access legal advice? OAQ(5)0051(EDU)

 

7. Rhianon Passmore (Islwyn): Will the Minister make a statement on current broadband speeds for schools in Islwyn? OAQ(5)0059(EDU) WITHDRAWN

 

8. Suzy Davies (South Wales West):Will the Minister make a statement on education for three year olds? OAQ(5)0057(EDU)

 

9. Caroline Jones (South Wales West):What action is the Welsh Government taking to improve the educational outcomes for young people with additional learning needs? OAQ(5)0053(EDU)

 

10. Darren Millar (Clwyd West): Will the Minister make a statement on the school inspectorate in Wales? OAQ(5)0049(EDU)

 

11. Julie Morgan (Cardiff North): What plans does the Minister have to review the support available to school governors? OAQ(5)0060(EDU)

 

To ask the Counsel General

1. Lee Waters (Llanelli): Will the Counsel General make a statement on the Welsh Government’s leave to intervene in the Supreme Court case relating to Article 50? OAQ(5)0011(CG)

 

2. Simon Thomas (Mid and West Wales): What discussions has the Counsel General held with law officers regarding the Wales Bill? OAQ(5)0013(CG)W

 

3. Jeremy Miles (Neath): What assessment has the Counsel General made of the likely impact of the UK Government’s great repeal bill on Welsh legislation? OAQ(5)0012(CG)

 

4. Hannah Blythyn (Delyn): What assessment has the Counsel General made of the impact of the Human Rights Act on Welsh legislation? OAQ(5)0010(CG)

 

5. Simon Thomas (Mid and West Wales): Will the Counsel General make a statement on his contribution to the Article 50 appeal case before the Supreme Court? OAQ(5)0014(CG)W

 

6. Mike Hedges (Swansea East): What representations has the Counsel General made to the UK Government regarding the impact on Wales of the proposed changes to the civil litigation and small claims courts? OAQ(5)0008(CG)

 

7. Julie Morgan (Cardiff North): What discussions has the Counsel General had regarding promoting gender equality within the legal profession in Wales? OAQ(5)0009(CG)