Media Releases

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School crossing 2023 Portrait

Council launches recruitment drive for school crossing patrols

Dudley Council is on the look-out for crossing patrols to help children get to school safely at several sites in the borough.

Cllr Ruth Buttery 2

Plans continue to improve children’s services in Dudley

Councillors and officers are determined to continue to improve following a recent Ofsted report.

School crossing patrols in parlour

Praise for long-serving patrols

The Mayor of Dudley has praised a group of school crossing patrols who have clocked up more than 200 years’ service between them.

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Holiday fun returning for youngsters this December

Parents of Dudley borough children who are eligible for free school meals can still register their child for free activities during the December school break.

Karen Graham

New senior officer outlines commitment

A new senior officer has outlined their commitment to delivering Dudley Council’s social care ambitions for children and young people when they take up their new post.

Ruth Buttery Child Friendly Dudley logo

October Half term fun in Dudley borough

Children and young people from across the borough can enjoy spookily good activities this October half term.

school desk

Primary school admissions for September 2023

Parents are being reminded that applications for primary school admissions will soon open.

school crossing patrols Paul Mullings and Megan Powell

School crossing patrol vacancies 2022

Friendly, enthusiastic people are being sought to join the school crossing patrol team in Dudley.

Ruth Buttery Child Friendly Dudley logo

Summer HAF programme for Dudley children

Children who are eligible for free school meals in Dudley borough are set to enjoy a fantastic programme of activities for the school holidays.

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Mayor praises Commonwealth inspired School Games

The Mayor of Dudley has praised pupils in Dudley borough following a series of sporting events inspired by the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

Cllr Ruth Buttery 2

Exciting future for school site

Plans to create a new multi-million-pound primary school and boost education provision in the north of the borough have been revealed.