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Commissioner responds to the Head of Ruthin School’s dismissal

Professor Sally Holland said: “I am pleased the Council of Management took decisive action this weekend. The immediate focus now […]

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Response to developments relating to Ruthin School in Denbighshire

Professor Sally Holland, Children’s Commissioner for Wales, said: “We are aware of the concerns that have been reported in the […]

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Transport for children with additional needs ‘not good enough’

Some young people with additional learning needs across Wales are being denied access to their education due to the lack […]

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Commissioner responds to allegations of historic sexual abuse at Welsh school

“I am shocked and saddened by the serious allegations that have been brought to light today (26/06/2019), and I encourage […]

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Solidarity between generations is vital, say Commissioners

Opportunities for people of different ages to come together and connect in a meaningful way are essential to strengthen our […]

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Commissioner welcomes Equal Protection announcement

Welcoming a new Bill introduced by Welsh Government to give children the same protection in the law from assault as […]

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Plans to tackle child poverty need ‘overhaul’

Wales needs an ‘overhaul’ in how it addresses child poverty, according to the Children’s Commissioner for Wales. Professor Sally Holland […]

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Taking action on climate change

In a joint statement the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales and Children’s Commissioner for Wales have given their support to […]

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Commissioner responds to curriculum white paper

Children’s rights should not be optional, an add-on or a nice-to-have; they should be a central feature of Wales’ new […]

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