- Schools and colleges
- Area Schools Review 2012
- Children and Young People - School Modernisation
- Children and Young People's Partnership Plan 2011 - 2014
- E Teach
- Education maintenance sixth form grant
- Emergency School Closure Parent Information
- English as an additional language
- Estyn Report 2009
- Examinations 2013
- Healthy Schools Scheme
- Inclusion support service
- Music Service - A Celebration of Christmas
- Music service - schools
- Physical education and school sport
- Pupil Numbers on Roll
- School Complaints
- School Holidays and Training Days
- School Meals
- School admissions
- School contact details
- School Modernisation - Main Page
- Section 52 Budget Statement
- Statutory Notices Schools
- Student Loan
- Welsh Language policy for all schools
- Welsh Medium Education - The Best of Both Worlds
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Schools and colleges
Here you will find information on schools in Flintshire as well as links to help you access further information on related subjects
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Area Schools Review 2012
Children and Young People - School Modernisation
The CYPP Plan records what work needs to be done, and by whom, to achieve improved outcomes for children, young people and families in Flintshire.
Eteach UK Limited was formed in January 2000 as a result of the purchase of Appointments for Teachers (AFT), the first teacher recruitment web site in the UK.
Education Maintenance Allowances (EMAs) provide means-tested financial support for young people aged 16 - 19 in full-time education.
Flintshire County Council has reviewed the current procedure for notifying parents/guardians and pupils when schools need to close at short notice due to adverse weather conditions or other emergencies, such as a gas leak etc.
English language support for speakers of other languages dates back to the early 1970’s with the arrival of Vietnamese families into the area.
Local Authority (LA) inspections are carried out under section 38 of the Education Act 1997 and the Children Act 2004.
For a comprehensive list of exam dates by subject please visit the websites listed
The Governor Development Unit provides a service, which covers all aspects of advice, support, professional development and training for governors and Education officers
The Flintshire Healthy Schools Scheme was launched in October 2000, and is a member of the Welsh Network of Healthy School Schemes.
The Inclusion Social Work Service exists to ensure that every child and young person within the County of Flintshire is adequately cared for and receives maximum benefits from the educational opportunities provided
Flintshire Music Service warmly invites you to join them for their Annual Christmas Concert.
Flintshire LEA provides a centralised service for instrumental/vocal tuition, in support of all its schools in the development of musical skills, outside the national curriculum.
PE and School Sport is a partnership between Welsh Government and the Sports Council for Wales, with the aim to develop the quality of PE and School Sport in Wales.
Flintshire County Council collects pupil statistics in January as part of the statutory national pupil level census. These figures are used by the Welsh Government and the Local Authority to inform funding calculations and for other statistical purposes.
Schools in Flintshire are proud of the relationship they have with parents of students, and with other members of the community. From time to time, however, disagreements can arise.
Please note that training days for teaching staff are held periodically. On training days, the school premises are open but pupils are not admitted.
Flintshire School Meals Offer...
The County Council, as a Local Education Authority (the LEA), is responsible for determining the arrangements for admissions to all Community Primary, Secondary and Special Schools and Voluntary Controlled Schools. The LEA will consult annually with school Governing Bodies in relation to admissions.
For details on all Flintshire Schools, use the following links to access further information.
As the Local Authority, Flintshire County Council is committed to working with schools and communities to secure high quality learning opportunities for everybody.
Local Education Authorities (LEAs) are required, under Section 52 of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998, to prepare a Budget Statement each financial year.
STATUTORY NOTICE TO DISCONTINUE ABBOTS LANE INFANT SCHOOL, PENYFFORDD AND PENYFFORDD JUNIOR SCHOOL AND TO ESTABLISH A NEW COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL.
Student Finance Wales deliver Welsh Government financial support to students and other learners who normally live in Wales, in partnership with key stakeholders in local government, schools, further and higher education, and the Student Loans Company.
The Authority’s Welsh language policy aims to ensure that all pupils reach a standard of bilingualism. It will be the responsibility of the Authority, in conjunction with the Head and the School Governors, to ensure the teaching of both Welsh and English is in accordance with National Curriculum requirements.
As a parent, deciding on your child’s education will be one of the most important decisions you will ever make.