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Response to WG announcement on face coverings and mass isolations

Responding to the Welsh Government’s announcement on 9 July, Prof Sally Holland said: “As I said last week, despite the […]

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Children’s Commissioner statement on restrictions in schools

Prof Sally Holland said: “The restrictions faced by children and young people in schools and colleges are now firmly out […]

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CCfW: Listening to young people in secondary settings

In July we’re publishing a report looking at secondary school councils in Wales. It will consider what makes a good […]

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Commissioner’s response to Bridgend school’s statement on sexual abuse

Commenting on the story, Professor Sally Holland said: “This is a very disturbing case and my heart goes out to […]

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Response to allegations of abuse at children’s home in Cardiff

Responding to a BBC Wales investigation into allegations of abuse at a children’s home in Cardiff, Prof Sally Holland said: […]

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Children’s Commissioners in devolved nations appeal to UK Government to end ‘discriminatory’ two-child limit on benefits 

The Children’s Commissioners of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have today published a letter they have sent to the Secretary […]

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An audience with the Children’s Commissioner for Wales: the launch of ‘The Right Way: Social Care’

Professor Sally Holland, the Children’s Commissioner for Wales, and her team have recently developed a new guide for and with […]

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Three national organisations call for a programme of activities for children over the summer

Every child and young person in Wales should be offered free and accessible opportunities for play, sport, arts and other […]

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Commissioner’s response to wellbeing check-in announcement

Responding to Welsh Government’s announcement about a wellbeing check-in for pupils before Easter, Professor Sally Holland said: “Young people spoke […]

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