Satisfaction with Welsh public services continues to tumble according to official Welsh Government statistics.
The National Survey for Wales (April 2017 â€“ May 2018) suggests that one in four parents are not satisfied with their childrenâ€™s secondary school.
It found a marked decline in satisfaction with secondary schools over the last year: from 85% in 2016/17, to just 75% in 2017/18.
The survey also confirmed the continuation of a gradual decline in satisfaction with primary schools: from 92% in 2012/13 â€“ to 88% last year.
Commenting on the survey, Shadow Education Secretary â€“ Darren Millar â€“ said:
â€œWe already know that Welsh education is suffering the consequences of Labourâ€™s financial mismanagement and a growing crisis in teacher recruitment.
â€œBut the National Survey for Wales appears to suggest that the public are losing faith in the Welsh Governmentâ€™s ability to deliver improvements to education outcomes in Wales.
â€œChildren and young people only get one shot at their education and we must not let them down.
â€œThis should be a wake-up call for the Education Secretary, who must acknowledge the concerns of parents across Wales and deliver a robust plan to ensure that Wales has a thriving education system which helps our children to flourish.â€�