'It would really boost their aspirations'
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'Being reflected in school material would boost BAME aspirations'

Rocio Cifuentes, director of the Swansea-based Ethnic Youth Support Team, says reflecting multicultural Wales in the school curriculum will boost pupils' ambitions and self-esteem.

She wants more non-white role models in classrooms, ahead of expected reforms to the curriculum.

Ministers said they "regularly consult a group of stakeholders" on "areas where their knowledge and expertise would help shape direction or provide solutions to particular issues".

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  • 26 Jul 2018
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