Media Releases

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Mayor meets children from Caslon Primary school

Mayor visits Caslon Primary Community School and early years inclusion hub

The Mayor of Dudley called into a Halesowen primary school which has also recently opened a new inclusion hub facility.  

Wrens Nest Inclusion Hub landscape

Early years inclusion hub opens in Dudley

Wrens Nest Primary School has welcomed eight children to start at a new inclusion hub facility.

Dudley Holiday Activities - Back Row (l-r) Megan Smith, Charlie Timmins, Nidhi Patel; Front Row (l-r) Layba Khan, Emily Viney

Dudley parents can now register to access Christmas holiday activities

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.

Councillor Ruth Buttery

Early years inclusion hubs announced

Dudley Council has released details of five providers that are poised to become the borough’s early years inclusion hubs.

Councillor Ruth Buttery

Dudley early years inclusion hubs to go ahead

Plans to establish five early years inclusion hubs in Dudley borough have been approved following a period of consultation.

children playing badminton

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.

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.

carers' hands

Volunteers needed at family centres

Kind-hearted residents are taking up new volunteer opportunities at five family centres as part of the Child Friendly Dudley movement.

little girl in witch costume credit charles parker pexels

Have a safe and fun Halloween 2021

It’s half term and spooky season is nearly here, but families can still have fun safely.

Cllr Nicolas Barlow

Parents urged to look signs of respiratory infection

Parents are being urged to look out for signs of viral respiratory infection in their children following a rise in cases in the borough.

Teenage girl

Sessions to help those with special educational needs

Parents of children with SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) as well as young people who have SEND can benefit from a series of workshops and sessions over the coming months.