As stated in our post on 12 June, it has been our intention to publish the letter we sent to the Welsh Government on 10 June, in response to theirs of 23 May following up our meeting with them. We felt it right to allow them time to respond, as… Read More »No Reply from the Government
Representatives of Families First in Education – Wales met virtually with government aides in early May, and whilst Welsh Government plans continue to lack detail, it is clear that they are proceeding with the proposals from the previous consultations. This has been stated most plainly in the Minister’s recent letter… Read More »Meeting with Welsh Government – May 2022
On 19 January, we wrote to Education Minister, Jeremy Miles MS. On 28 January we received a reply from a member of his staff. Their reply [PDF] reads: Dear Families First in Education – Wales, Thank you for your letter of 19 January to the Minister for Education and the… Read More »What would you like to say to the Welsh Government about their plans for home education?
On 17 December 2021 Education Minister, Jeremy Miles MS responded to our letter of 30 November. His reply [PDF] did not address the points we have raised previously with him concerning use of the UNCRC as justification for the registration and monitoring of all electively home educated children. On 19 January… Read More »Reply to Minister for Education – 19 January 2021
On 28 October Education Minister, Jeremy Miles MS responded to our initial letter. We felt his reply [PDF] was a typical political response which did not address the important points raised in the accompanying submission to rebut the Children’s Commissioner for Wales’ use of the UNCRC as justification for the… Read More »Reply to Minister for Education – 30 November 2021