The Children, Young People and Education Committee would welcome your views on the terms of reference for the inquiry. The Committee’s Inquiry will consider whether the review of CAMHS – the ‘Together for Children and Young People Programme’ - is on track to deliver the ‘step-change’ in CAMHS services that is needed. The Committee’s Inquiry will consider:
The Committee will consider the evidence it receives as part of this inquiry in the context of the implementation of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014, the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 and the Rights of Children and Young Persons (Measure) Wales 2011.
The Committee is committed to involving children and young people in its work. This inquiry will ensure the views and experiences of children and young people, their families and practitioners will be captured in a useful, sensitive and constructive way.
If you wish to submit evidence to the inquiry, please refer to the more detailed information contained in the full Terms of Reference.
Submissions should be no longer than five sides of A4, with numbered paragraphs, and should focus on matters set out above. Please see guidance for those providing evidence for committees.
The deadline for responses is Friday 29 September 2017. Please send your views to: SeneddCYPE@assembly.wales
The Committee welcomes contributions in English or Welsh, and we ask organisations with Welsh Language policies/schemes to provide bilingual responses, where applicable, in line with their public information policies
Disclosure of Information
You can find further details about how we will use your information at www.assembly.wales/InquiryPrivacy. Please ensure that you have considered these details carefully before submitting information to the Committee.
To inform the Committee’s
inquiry into The
Emotional and Mental Health of Children and Young People, two
surveys are currently underway – one with children and young
people, the other with education
The Children & Young People survey explores what support is provided at school or college to help pupils feel more confident in talking about their emotional and mental health. The professionals’ survey seeks views on whether they feel able and supported to offer emotional intelligence and healthy coping mechanisms to students.
Should you wish to speak to someone regarding this consultation, please use the below contact details:
Children, Young People and Education Committee
National Assembly for Wales
Telephone: 0300 200 6565