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(09.00)

1.

Introductions, apologies, substitutions and declarations of interest

Minutes:

The Chair welcomed the members.

 

(09.00 - 10.00)

2.

Inquiry into Teachers' Professional Learning and Education - evidence session 7

Professor Michael Waters, University of Wolverhampton

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

The Committee heard evidence from Professor Michael Waters, University of Wolverhampton.

 

(10.00 - 11.00)

3.

Inquiry into Teachers' Professional Learning and Education - evidence session 8

Regional Education Consortia

 

Dr Kevin Palmer, Education Achievement Service for South East Wales

Anna Brychan, Central South Consortium Joint Education Service

Betsan O'Connor, Education through Regional Working

Rhys Howard Hughes, GwE

 

Additional information requested by the Committee on professional standards to inform the Inquiry into Teachers' Professional Learning and Education is provided in a separate supplementary pack.

 

 

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

The Committee heard evidence from the Regional Education Consortia.

 

(11.00 - 11.05)

4.

Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill - Order of Amendments

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

Committee Members agreed changing the order of amendments.

 

(11.05)

5.

Paper(s) to note

All papers to note are provided in a separate supplementary pack.

 

CYPE(5)-24-17 – Papers 4 - 22

Minutes:

The papers were noted.

5.1

Letter from Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Children - Statutory Advocacy Provision

At the debate on the Children, Young People and Education Committee’s Report on its inquiry into Statutory Advocacy Provision, one of the agreed recommendations was that the Cabinet Secretary provides an update on progression of the national approach to Committee. This letter provides an update.

 

Supporting documents:

5.2

Letter from Chair of the Finance Committee - Welsh Government Draft Budget 2018-19

The Finance Committee has agreed its approach to the budget scrutiny. Its Chair has written to all Committee Chairs to share their thinking, and to encourage committees to consider how you can contribute to delivering the most coherent and effective scrutiny of the Government’s spending.

 

Supporting documents:

5.3

Letter from Cabinet Secretary for Education - Community focused schools

The Chair wrote to the Cabinet Secretary for an update on Community focused schools, which is provided in the letter.

 

Supporting documents:

5.4

Letter from Llywydd - Youth Parliament

This letter provides an update on the Youth Parliament project.

 

Supporting documents:

5.5

Letter from the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport to the Petitions Committee - CAMHS crisis care teams

The CYPE Committee has been copied into a response to the Petitions Committee regarding CAMHS. 

 

Supporting documents:

5.6

Letter from Chair of Public Accounts Committee - Regional Education Consortia

The Public Accounts Committee undertook a short inquiry into the findings of the Auditor General’s memorandum on ‘Achieving improvement in support to schools through regional education consortia - a review of progress’. A number of issues relating to the CYPE Committee’s portfolio were raised and are summarised in this letter.

 

Supporting documents:

5.7

Letter from Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport - Inquiry into Perinatal Mental Health

The Cabinet Secretary’s response to the actions raised following the evidence session on 12 July. 

Supporting documents:

5.8

Letter from HM Senior Coroner for North Wales (East & Central) - Inquiry into Perinatal Mental Health

The Coroner has responded to the Committee’s request for information relating to an inquest drawn to the Committee’s attention during its stakeholder event on perinatal mental health.

 

Supporting documents:

5.9

Correspondence from Local Health Boards - Inquiry into Perinatal Mental Health

The Committee wrote to all Local Health Boards requesting additional information on psychological support for the inquiry. The letters give details of the information received. 

Supporting documents:

5.10

Letter from Minister for Lifelong Learning and Welsh Language - Youth Work

The letter responds to the Chair’s letter of 10 July and welcomes the Committee’s intention to continue reviewing youth work across Wales and to closely monitor the work of the Welsh Government in this area.

 

Supporting documents:

5.11

Letter from Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure - Learner Travel

This letter provides an update on the development of learner travel in Wales and the compliance of Local Authorities with learner travel legislation and guidance.

 

Supporting documents:

5.12

Letter from Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport - Revised School Nurse Framework

The Committee wrote to the Cabinet Secretary requesting clarification about school nurses’ relationship with learners who have long-term or chronic health conditions, and querying the lack of a reference to existing healthcare needs guidance in the Revised Framework. This is a response to that letter.

 

Supporting documents:

5.13

Letter from the Chair to the Llywydd - Programming forthcoming legislation

The Committee discussed this at the meeting on 20 July. This is the response sent on behalf of the committee to Llywydd.

 

Supporting documents:

5.14

Letter from the Llywydd to the Chair - Implementation of the Wales Act 2017

All the letters below refer to the date for the Principal Appointment day.

 

Paper to note 17 - Letter from the Chair to the Llywydd - Implementation of the Wales Act 2017

 

Paper to note 18 - Letter from the Llywydd to the Chair - Implementation of the Wales Act 2017

 

Paper to note 19 - Letter from the Llywydd to the Rt Hon Alun Cairns MP - Principal Appointed Day

Supporting documents:

5.15

Follow up correspondence from scrutiny session with Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Children on 20 July

Response to the actions raised following the evidence session on 20 July. 

 

Supporting documents:

5.16

Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill - Correspondence and revised Regulatory Impact Assessment

This correspondence gives details of the revised RIA published on 8 September and an update from the Minister on the implementation of the Additional Learning Needs Transformation Programme.

 

Supporting documents:

5.17

Letter from the Chair to the Cabinet Secretary for Health Well-being and Sport - Inquiry into the Emotional and Mental Health of Children and Young People

The Chair has written to the Cabinet Secretary seeking additional information for the inquiry.

Supporting documents:

(11.05)

6.

Motion under Standing Order 17.42 (ix) to resolve to exclude the public from the meeting for the remainder of the meeting.

Minutes:

The Motion was agreed.

(11.15 - 11.30)

7.

Inquiry into Teachers' Professional Learning and Education - Consideration of evidence received

Minutes:

The Committee considered the evidence heard during the meeting.

 

(11.30 - 12.00)

8.

Inquiry into Perinatal Mental Health - Consideration of draft report

Minutes:

The Committee considered the draft report. Subject to some minor amendments, the report was agreed.

 

(12.00 - 12.15)

9.

Legislative Consent: Financial Guidance and Claims Bill - Consideration of draft report

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

The Committee considered and agreed with the draft report.

 

(12.15 - 12.30)

10.

Inquiry into the Emotional and Mental Health of Children and Young People - Preparation for visits on 28 September

Minutes:

Preparation for visits on 28 September were discussed with members.

 

 

 

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