Shadow Secretary | Ysgrifennydd yr Wrthblaid

Suzy Davies is the Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Education & Welsh Language.

Suzy Davies yw'r Ysgrifennydd Cabinet yr Wrthblaid dros Addysg a'r Iaith Gymraeg.

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PISA results: “Perhaps a relief, but not a reprieve, for Education Minister” says Suzy Davies AM | Canlyniadau PISA: “Rhyddhad efallai, ond nid ataliad, i’r Gweinidog Addysg” meddai Suzy Davies AC

Commenting on the PISA report published today (December 3), Suzy Davies AM, Shadow Minister for Education, said: “For the Minister, this may be something of a relief, but it is anything but a reprieve.
Wrth sôn am adroddiad PISA a gyhoeddwyd heddiw (Rhagfyr 3), dywedodd Suzy Davies AC, Gweinidog yr Wrthblaid dros Addysg: “I'r Gweinidog, gall hyn fod yn rhyddhad, ond mae'n unrhywbeth oni bai am ataliad.

Improving exam results not “legitimate reason” to move pupils off-register | Nid gwella canlyniadau arholiadau yw “rheswm dilys” i symud disgyblion oddi ar y gofrestr

Responding to warnings from the education watchdog Estyn that some schools may be moving pupils off their registers as an “easy way” to improve exam data, Shadow Education Minister Suzy Davies has said:  “While there are a number of genuine and legitimate reasons for young people being educated outside of a school, I do not think improving a schools overall exam results is one of them.
Wrth ymateb i rybuddion gan y corff gwarchod addysg Estyn bod rhai ysgolion yn symud disgyblion oddi ar eu cofrestrau fel “ffordd hawdd” i wella data arholiadau, mae Gweinidog Addysg yr Wrthblaid, Suzy Davies, wedi dweud: “Er bod nifer o resymau dilys dros bobl ifanc cael eu haddysgu y tu allan i ysgol, nid wyf yn credu bod gwella canlyniadau arholiadau cyffredinol ysgol yn un ohonynt.

“Welsh Government must spend extra money received on schools” | “Rhaid i Lywodraeth Cymru wario arian ychwanegol a dderbynnir ar ysgolion”

Commenting on the new pay for teachers, Welsh Conservative Shadow Education Minister, Suzy Davies AM, said: “It is great that that our hard-working and dedicated teachers are being rewarded in this way and that this extra funding is possible on the back of the UK Conservative Government’s contribution.
Wrth sôn am y tâl newydd i athrawon, dywedodd Gweinidog Addysg Cysgodol Ceidwadwyr Cymreig, Suzy Davies AC: “Mae'n wych bod ein hathrawon ymroddedig sy'n gweithio'n galed yn cael eu gwobrwyo fel hyn a bod yr arian ychwanegol hwn yn bosibl ar gefn cyfraniad Llywodraeth Geidwadol y DU.

Welsh Labour-led Government has “no place to hide” | Nid oes gan Lywodraeth Cymru dan arweiniad Llafur “lle i guddio”

Following the announcement that the UK Conservative Government will boost education spending by £14 billion in England over the next three years, the Welsh Labour Government will receive £1.24 billion in extra spending directly for primary and secondary schools.
Yn dilyn y cyhoeddiad y bydd Llywodraeth Geidwadol y DU yn rhoi hwb o £ 14 biliwn i wariant ar addysg yn Lloegr dros y tair blynedd nesaf, bydd Llywodraeth Lafur Cymru yn derbyn £ 1.24 biliwn mewn gwariant ychwanegol yn uniongyrchol ar gyfer ysgolion cynradd ac uwchradd.

GCSE improvements “mask underlying, problematic trends” | Gwelliannau TGAU “cuddio tueddiadau sylfaenol, problemus”

GCSE results show that despite the number of pupils receiving good GCSE grades has slightly increased, this year still marks one of the lowest performances of the last decade.
Mae canlyniadau TGAU yn dangos, er bod nifer y disgyblion sy'n derbyn graddau TGAU da wedi cynyddu rhywfaint, mae eleni'n dal i nodi un o berfformiadau isaf y degawd diwethaf.

Shadow Minister welcomes positive news for A-level students across Wales | Gweinidog yr Wrthblaid yn croesawu newyddion cadarnhaol i fyfyrwyr Lefel-A ledled Cymru

Suzy Davies AM, Welsh Conservative Shadow Education Minister, has expressed her delight at the news this morning that A-level grades have improved across Wales.
Mae AC Suzy Davies, Gweinidog Cysgodol Addysg i’r Ceidwadwyr Cymreig, wedi mynegi ei hyfrydwch o’r newyddion y bore yma fod graddau Lefel-A wedi gwella ledled Cymru.