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Cyber bullying – the LGBT Statistics // Seiber fwlio – yr Ystadegau LHDT
I AM ME

Mae FI YDW I yn hapus i fod yn gweithio gyda GIP ar ein prosiect ymwybyddiaeth seiber fwlio newydd! // I AM ME is happy to be working with PYA on our new cyber bullying awareness project!

‘LYC’ During Lockdown…
Llantwit YouthCouncil

‘Covid-19’ and the resulting lockdown has forced Llantwit Youth Council to adjust the way we work. All of our work is currently being held online, via digital task groups and meetings. All of our meetings are held on Microsoft Teams. The meetings have been taking place regularly for the past two months and are similar […]
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Young People’s Q&A Event
valeyouthcabinet

We at Youth Cabinet held a question and answer event with members from the Vale of Glamorgan Council and managers from the Learning & Skills department including the Youth Service. We wanted to raise awareness of important issues to young people following COVID-19! Before the event, invitations were sent to different organisations, schools and youth […]
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Penarth Youth Action Digital Story
Penarth Youth Action Digital Story avatar

Here are some of the amazing things you can do with PYA. Dyma rai o’r pethau anhygoel y gallwch chi wneud a nhw GIP.

What has the Youth Cabinet been up to?
valeyouthcabinet

We have had a couple of meetings in the last few months and we wanted to let you know some of the topics we have been discussing and working on. We have had a few guest speakers attend our meetings to find out what we think about specific topics. Firstly, during a joint meeting with […]
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Joint School Council meeting at St Cyres School
Usha Hirani

St Cyres School hosted the Joint School Council meeting with feeder primary Schools to discuss the transition process, joint work on the revolve project and joint planning for the New Curriculum for Wales. A productive and enjoyable session!

Student Ambassadors visit to the Senedd
Usha Hirani

St Cyres School Student Ambassadors attended a visit to the Senedd on 11th February 2020 to learn more about devolved powers and issues. They took part in a debate considering the age to vote and observed plenaries in the main chambers. An informative experience!

Student Ambassadors work to tackle child poverty
Usha Hirani

Student Ambassadors at St Cyres school have been preparing their assemblies, posters and short videos to raise awareness of child poverty and how parents and carers can donate school uniform for our free-cycle pop up uniform shop. The project includes in-house work and outreach work engaging the local community.

The CCS Jack Griffiths Garden Update
Cowbridge School Council

 

Cowbridge Rotary Youth Awards.
Cowbridge School Council