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The Mayor of Dudley called into a Halesowen primary school which has also recently opened a new inclusion hub facility.
A borough primary school encouraged children to explore their feelings to mark Children’s Mental Health Week (5 to 11 February)
Parents and carers with children aged under five can enjoy crafts, play and singing at free sessions at the borough’s new local family hubs.
Wrens Nest Primary School has welcomed eight children to start at a new inclusion hub facility.
Parents can keep young ones busy this half term, with children’s activities taking place across Dudley borough.
A virtual music event and the launch of a new young people’s website will mark national Children’s Mental Health Week (February 5 – 11) in Dudley borough.
Applications for pupils starting in reception in September 2024 close on 15 January and should be made online where possible.
Parents are being reminded that the deadline for applications for primary school admissions is looming.
Children eligible for benefit–related free school meals in the borough can now register for a scheme which offers free holiday activities over the festive period.
Services for older people and children in Dudley will continue to be a priority despite an overspend of more than £12million putting an “unprecedented strain” on budgets.
People in Dudley borough can spread some festive cheer this Christmas by donating gifts for young people leaving care.
Dudley Council has launched a new family safeguarding model designed to make it easier for parents to access support.