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Out & About: 29 April - 5 May

Wednesday 1st May: In her role as Shadow Minister for Education, Suzy will be asking questions of the Welsh Government's Education Minister

Stand up for the pupils of North Wales: Shadow Ministers urge Welsh Government to do more ahead of Anglesey school closures | Sefyll i fyny dros ddisgyblion Gogledd Cymru: Mae Gweinidogion Cysgodol yn annog Llywodraeth Cymru i wneud mwy cyn cau ysgolion Y

Opposition Shadow Ministers are today presenting a two-sided attack on the Welsh Government over the closure of rural Anglesey schools.
Mae Gweinidogion Cysgodol yr Wrthblaid heddiw yn cyflwyno ymosodiad dwyochrog ar Lywodraeth Cymru ynghylch cau ysgolion gwledig Ynys Môn.

Out & About: 1 - 7 April

Thursday 4th April: Suzy is chairing part of the Policy Forum for Wales' discussion on the Swansea Bay City Region which will focus on what needs to happen next for the project to be a success for local residents and businesses

Welsh Government fails to oppose Swansea nuclear dump proposals | Llywodraeth Cymru yn methu gwrthwynebu cynigion dympio niwclear Abertawe

Welsh Government has failed to join residents and businesses in opposing proposals that could see nuclear waste dumped in Swansea and other parts of South Wales.
Mae Llywodraeth Cymru wedi methu ag ymuno â thrigolion a busnesau i wrthwynebu cynigion a allai olygu bod gwastraff niwclear yn cael ei ollwng yn Abertawe a rhannau eraill o Dde Cymru.

Not all pupils fulfilling potential under Welsh Government | Nid yw pob disgybl yn cyflawni potensial o dan Lywodraeth Cymru

Commenting on the Sutton Trust’s calls for ‘random ballots’ to be brought into the school selection process, Shadow Minister for Education, Suzy Davies AM, said: “The Sutton Trust has raised an interesting point here.  There was always a fear that the comprehensive system would disadvantage talented children from poorer backgrounds.  That lack of opportunity is what is at the heart of these proposals.
Wrth sôn am alwadau Ymddiriedolaeth Sutton am ‘falotiau ar hap’ i gael eu cynnwys yn y broses dethol ysgolion, dywedodd Gweinidog Addysg yr Wrthblaid, Suzy Davies AC: “ Mae Ymddiriedolaeth Sutton wedi codi pwynt diddorol yma. Roedd ofn bob amser y byddai'r system gynhwysfawr yn rhoi plant talentog o gefndiroedd tlotach dan anfantais. Y diffyg cyfle hwnnw yw'r hyn sydd wrth wraidd y cynigion hyn.

Out & About: 25 - 31 March

Monday 25th March: Suzy is taking part in the Assembly's Brexit Committee and will be scrutinising the First Minister on his Brexit policies and work