Useful information about child welfare in schools.
Information about education in Wrexham including schools, information for parents and school admissions.
From research and feedback on the most requested services we have provided information to help you with some of the important events in your life.
Search for vacancies within our Lifelong Learning Service including schools.
Our Lifelong Learning Service provides a flexible way for you to learn. It allows you the freedom to study where, when and how you wish.
Here you will find all the information you require regarding admissions to schools in Wrexham County Borough.
The part of our site that allows you to have up to date information about works taking place around the county borough to improve schools for our young people.
Wrexham County Borough Council's School Meals Catering Service continually works towards providing a good range of healthier meal choices, in order to fulfil some of the nutritional requirements of growing and developing children.
Information about the provision of school transport in Wrexham County Borough.
The Wrexham Council online database for information on all Local Education Authority schools.
Staying Safe Online - A Guide for Parents & Carers. There are some great resources for children to help them discover, create and connect with other children worldwide.
Information on term dates, holidays and training days for all local education authority schools.
Here you can find a useful list of external organisations and websites for education and learning.
Wrexham ITeC is a non-profit making organisation with the prime purpose of supporting the economic infrastructure of the area through training.
Young Wrexham is for all young people aged 11 - 25 who live, work or study in Wrexham.
Wrexham Youth Justice Service works with children and young people aged 8 – 17 years in order to prevent offending and re-offending.
Wrexham Youth Service delivers an exciting and challenging range of services designed to inform, educate and empower the young people of Wrexham in order for them to positively contribute to their community and to offer them the support that they require to develop into healthy, productive and fulfilled adults.