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Mixed secondary pupils running in playground

Dr Patrick Roach, General Secretary of NASUWT – the Teachers’ Union, said:
“There has already been an examination of this issue and it was not supported by the profession or the public.  There is no evidence to indicate that such changes would address the fundamental problems affecting education in Wales. The Welsh government are flogging a dead horse.”
Neil Butler, NASUWT National Official for Wales, said:
“Teachers in Wales will be concerned that once again, the Welsh government are attacking the school summer holiday – which is amongst the shortest in Europe. They need the Welsh government to deal with the serious workload and learner behaviour issues in schools. The Welsh government seem to have totally lost their sense of direction in education.”


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