This section provides information, advice and online facilities about schools, information for parents, education documents associated information about education in Wrexham.
The Wrexham Council online database for information on all Local Education Authority schools.
Every school in the County Borough has an important role to play in recognising and reporting any alleged instances of child abuse. It is equally important that they adhere to procedures agreed by the Area Child Protection Committee.
The purpose of the Child Health Service is to ensure that every child has the best possible chance to learn, without health problems getting in the way.
The Wrexham Family Information Service provides free information, support and guidance on all aspects of childcare and children's services in Wrexham.
This section provides information, advice and online facilities about blue badge scheme, adoption, welfare rights and associated information about Wrexham County Borough Council Social Services.
Fostering is where individuals provide a caring and secure environment in their own home for other people's children and young people. Fostering can be done on a full or part-time basis and ranges from day or weekend care to a few months or even on a long-term basis. Fostering a child offers you many opportunities to make a difference in a child's life by helping to provide health, education and emotional support.
Young Wrexham is for all young people aged 11 - 25 who live, work or study in Wrexham.
There are some great resources for children to help them discover, create and connect with other children worldwide. We've provided some tips and useful links for staying safe online.
This section provides information, advice and online facilities about libraries, lifelong learning, what's new and associated information about the libraries and information service in Wrexham.
An online form to enquire about Childcare in Wrexham.
Work-Life Balance policies and best practices are not just about families and childcare. Nor is it about working less. It's about striking the right balance between what you can achieve at work and at home; and being fresh enough to give your best to all areas of your life. It's necessary for us all at whatever stage in our lives.
Request an application form if you think you may be entitled to Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) to help fund post-16 education.
Find out about education in Wales.
Their aim is to give children an excellent start in education, enable young people to equip themselves with life and work skills, and encourage adults to achieve their full potential through learning.
Estyn is Her Majesty's Inspectorate For Education and Training in Wales.
Second Voice is an exciting new advocacy scheme for children and young people who live in Wrexham county borough. The service is available free of charge and helps children and young people up to the age of 25 to make their voice heard when they feel they're not being listened to.
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