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Work begins on new school

Work has started on a new £15million school in Pensnett for children with complex needs.

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May half term fun in Dudley

Dudley Council is offering a range of activities to keep children active and occupied during the May half term.

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Strong practice highlighted by Ofsted report

Older children in care are benefitting from the strong practice of social workers at Dudley Council, an Ofsted report has revealed.

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Council extends school provision for children with SEND

New SEND bases, designed for children with SEND (Special Education Needs and Disabilities), have opened at four Dudley borough primary schools.

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Local family hubs to hold reading and storytelling events

Families with young children are invited to attend a series of free storytelling and nursery rhyme events next month, which are being organised by the five Dudley family hubs.

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2024 primary school places decisions to be published soon

Parents are being reminded to keep an eye on their inbox as primary school decision emails will be sent next week.

Cllr Patrick Harley, leader of the council, and Marie Hunter, head at Pensmeadow with (back l-r) Cllr Ruth Buttery, cabinet member for children's services, and Interclass' Matt Thornton, Des O'Neill and Amy Gibbs-2

Plans for multi-million-pound special school under way

Plans to rebuild Pens Meadow School are taking a step forward with a contractor now appointed to deliver the work.

Councillor Buttery, Dr Samantha Callan, Elijah Haywood with mother Alice Cope and Lord Farmer at Stourbridge Family Hub LS

Family Hubs welcome Lord during borough visit

Dudley Council welcomed Lord Michael Farmer to the borough today with a tour of two Family Hubs.

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Mayor praises work at new inclusion hubs

The Mayor of Dudley has praised the amazing work of staff after visiting four new inclusion hubs in Dudley borough.

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Potential Eton site revealed

Plans to bring Eton College to Dudley look set to take a leap forward with a preferred site formally announced.

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Cracking Easter fun in Dudley borough

Children can put a spring into their step over the Easter holiday with activities taking place across Dudley borough.

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Plans for multi-million-pound special school underway

Plans to rebuild Pens Meadow School special school are taking a step forward with a contractor now appointed to deliver the work.