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New programme to raise attainment in Welsh school, 16/06/14 [W]

The Welsh Government has launched a new programme for tackling the impact of poverty on educational attainment.


New guidance for Pharmacists on Young Carers, 13/06/14 [W]

The Welsh Government’s chief pharmaceutical officer as issued new guidance to community pharmacists and other health professionals, giving them advice on how to support young carers who need to pick up prescriptions for the people they care for.


New rights for carers to come into force in April 2016, 09/06/14 [W]

Gwenda Thomas, Deputy Minister for Social Services, has announced that carers in Wales will have the same rights as the person they care for, when the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act comes into force in April 2016.


WASPI – help for organisations who share information regularly, 30/05/14 [W]

The Wales Accord on the Sharing of Personal Information (WASPI) aims to help with the effective delivery of public services for the benefit of service users.


NYAS information survey, 16/05/14 [W]

NYAS have created an online survey to consult with children and young people about information they would like to receive about child protection conference and procedures.


Education Act passed in Wales, 12/05/14 [W]

A new Act which will change the way teachers are registered and regulated, and standardise school term dates, has been passed in law.


European Parliamentary Elections, 10/05/14 [W/E/NI/S]

As part of the UK wide campaign of the Alliance for Investing in Children , we call on prospective Welsh MEPs to become a Child Rights Champion and commit towards achieving the best outcomes for children and young people in Wales and throughout Europe.


£3m Call for Sporting Action, 07/05/14 [W]

As the Welsh Commonwealth Games team gets set for the major event of the year in Glasgow, there will be a renewed focus on sport back home.


New legal duty to uphold children’s rights, 01/05/14 [W]

New legal duties on Welsh Government Ministers come into force today, committing Ministers to considering children's rights when exercising any of their functions.