School pupils views on wellbeing

The Attainment and Wellbeing Scrutiny Inquiry Panel spoke to over 60 children and young people in schools in February and March this year.             Picture: Members of the Panel with the consultation results   Pupils over the four focus groups were asked: What do pupils need to do well in school? What would […]

Wellbeing in Swansea’s Schools

The Attainment and Wellbeing Scrutiny Inquiry Panel have visited four schools including two comprehensives, one primary and the primary pupil referral unit. The Panel have found each visit informative. It has helped them understand some of the issues schools are facing in relation to wellbeing, including the barriers that schools must overcome, as well as their significant achievements. […]

Wellbeing in Schools

The Attainment and Wellbeing Scrutiny Inquiry Panel have recently started to review issues around wellbeing in Schools across Swansea.  As part of this inquiry they have decided to visit a number of schools to look at good practice.  They made their first visit to Morriston Comprehensvie School today.  They spoke to the Headteacher and chair of […]

Scrutiny councillors meet with Participation & Childrens’ Rights Officer

Yesterday afternoon the Looked After Children Scrutiny Panel met with Tom Jones, the Participation & Childrens’ Rights Officer.  Tom’s role is to help children and young people be involved   The panel is about two-thirds of the way through an inquiry which is looking at the quality of support and services for children that are […]