Michael Dauncey from the Welsh Assembly’s Research Service has just posted news that the Assembly’s Children, Young People and Education Committee has decided to consider the Welsh Government’s draft Additional Learning Needs (ALN) Bill. He explains that:
The Assembly’s Children and Young People Committee is inviting views from anyone interested or concerned until 11 November 2015. The Committee will then consider what recommendations, conclusions or observations it wants to pass on to the Welsh Government, with a view to influencing and contributing to the most effective legislation possible that comes forward in the Fifth Assembly.
You can find Michael’s blog post here along with links to all the relevant documentation. And the Committee’s consultation web page can be found here together with the consultation form which you’ll need to submit your comments.
As highlighted above, the date to get your views back to the committee is 11 November and don’t forget that the consultation on the draft ALN Bill itself closes on 18 December.