Our fundraiser has reached £909 thanks to significant donations yesterday. We are very grateful. Only £341 to go, so please keep sharing and donate if you can. The HE Byte published today an article on the Welsh data-sharing regulations and our campaign. You might want to have a look and share it.
We have just started a new fundraiser to challenge the data sharing regulations. Last year we campaigned in relation to the Welsh Government’s draft guidance on home education and obtained a legal opinion from a renowned QC, David Wolfe of Matrix Chambers, which highlighted the unlawfulness of the guidance. The opinion has forced the WelshContinue reading “New fundraiser to challenge data sharing regulations”
The Welsh Government has published the dates for the table talks on the database regulations. The dates are 6 March in Llandudno, 13 March in Swansea and 26 March in Merthyr Tydfil. There are limited spaces so if you want to attend you need to register. There will be adults and young people sessions inContinue reading “Database regulations table talk sessions”
The Petitions Committe has called for an evidence session to discuss the petition to withdraw the proposed guidance on home education, which is good news. The intention is that the Committee will seek the views from the Children’s Commissioner, the Education Minister, the petitioners and other home education organisations. One of the committee members stressedContinue reading “Petition to go to evidence session”
The petition to withdraw the proposed guidance on home education will be considered by the Petitions Committee next Tuesday 4 February. You can read the latest Minister’s letter and the response of the petitioner (Wendy Charles-Warner) to which we were kindly asked to give some input. Fingers crossed!