Swansea Valley Schools Re-organisation

Plaid MS calls on Future Generations Commissioner to investigate NPT Schools Plan

Plaid MS Sioned Williams has called on the Future Generations Commissioner to investigate the proposal by Neath Port Talbot Council to close three Swansea Valley primary schools, and to create a super school at Pontardawe.

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BBC Radio Wales interview 13.07.21

I spoke to Gareth Lewis on BBC Radio Wales regarding the proposed school closures in the Swansea Valley. The Welsh Government has now paused the process to discuss one aspect of the proposal - the effect on the Welsh Language - further.

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Plaid MS in formal objection to Swansea Valley school closures

Plaid Cymru MS Sioned Williams has officially objected to Neath Port Talbot Council’s plans to close 3 Swansea valley schools.

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Welsh Government rejects Plaid Cymru call for public enquiry into Godre’rgraig School closure

Plaid Cymru MS Sioned Williams has reacted with disappointment that the Welsh Government has refused to undertake a public enquiry into the circumstances surrounding the closure of Godre’rgraig School.

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Link to the Statutory Notice

This is the link to the Statutory Notice published by Neath Port Talbot Council aiming to close the primary schools at Godre’rgraig, Alltwen and Llangiwg, and build new large primary super school at Pontardawe.

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Plaid MS in last ditch plea to Labour Council to save Swansea Valley schools

Plaid Cymru MS Sioned Williams has called on Neath Port Talbot Council’s Labour Cabinet to save 3 Swansea valley schools from closure.

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Background information on proposed re-organisation

Many residents of Pontardawe, Trebanos, Godre’rgraig and Alltwen and the surrounding areas are concerned about the proposal for a new super primary school in Pontardawe at the present site of Cwmtawe School.  The plans as they stand will have a major impact on Pontardawe and its surrounding communities and I believe the report and consultation on the plans issued by NPT Council have raised a number of key questions and issues that haven’t as yet been addressed.

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