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Help and guidanceĀ about coronavirus for schools and parents of children at school
Closed consultation
Awaiting outcome
We want your views on the children missing education database proposal and regulations for local authorities and local health boards.
Closed consultation, Document
We want your views on the children missing education database proposal and regulations for local authorities and local health boards.
Guidance
A practical toolkit to help identify children and young people missing education.
Statistics and research series
The Gwent Missing Children project supports vulnerable young people and their families by pooling information between public services.
The setting number shows that a provider has applied to register a setting with the Childcare Offer for Wales national digital service.
Research
The Gwent Missing Children project supports vulnerable young people and their families by pooling information between public services.
Research
The Gwent Missing Children project supports vulnerable young people and their families by pooling information between public services.
You can find your CIW registration number on your registration certificate or on your CIW online account.
Includes pupil development grant, school uniform grant, summer schools
Guidance for local authorities and parents about educating children at home
All children are entitled to early education from the term after their third birthday.
Childcare, parenting, children's rights and protection, child poverty
Cabinet statement
Jeremy Miles, Minister for Education and Welsh Language
The group advises on ways to improve the lives of looked-after children.
Explains how the Welsh Government promotes children's rights and how the principles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) are used in policy development.
Find out more about the routine vaccinations offered to children and young adults over 12.
Report
Improving Outcomes for Children Advisory Group
Recommendation about how local authorities can help and support families and children.
The campaign raised awareness of children being the 'silent' victims of domestic abuse.
Guidance for local authorities on education from early years to work.
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