Help reduce the cost of schooling in Flintshire by donating your unwanted or unused school uniform.
As the Local Authority, Flintshire County Council is committed to working with schools and communities to secure high quality learning opportunities for everybody.
The Council is responsible for determining the arrangements for admissions to all Community Primary, Secondary and Special Schools and Voluntary Controlled Schools.
School Holidays, Training Days & Bank Holidays.
Here you will find information in relation to - Uniform Grants, Free School Meals, Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA), School Visits & Student Loans.
Information regarding the Music Service in Schools.
The LEA is required to determine whether the provision of transport for pupils of statutory school age is necessary to facilitate the attendance at a designated school.
Here at Flintshire we are committed to healthy eating and we work hard with schools to promote the health and welfare of pupils.
All Schools Contact Details.
For unauthorised absence from school.
Here you will find regulations and information related to child employment.
Parent information about the emergency school closure procedure.
Here you will find information relatative to children & young people with additional learning needs.
Information relative to Governors can be found here.
The Flintshire Healthy Schools Scheme was launched in October 2000, and is a member of the Welsh Network of Healthy School Schemes.
These figures are used by the Welsh Government and the Local Authority to inform funding calculations and for other statistical purposes.
List of Current School Closures
How to make a school complaint.
We can offer students a range of one or two weeks work experience placements in several departments within the Authority.
Flintshire County Council endeavours to increase the number of fluent Welsh speakers within its boundaries, with tincreasingly bilingual county and country.
Have you considered Welsh medium education for your child?