As part of the Council and the public sector's commitment to listen to the residents of Denbighshire, we have been holding a series of Community forums in six locations across the County. The aim of the forums is for the public to come and discuss local issues with public services in their communities.
In line with the 'Vision' of the Authority we are investing in our schools in order to sustain high standards of educational attainment to meet the needs of pupils, the wider community and the economy. Modernising Education is a corporate priority. The Modernising Education programme encompasses three streams of work: modernising schools, improving standards in schools and promoting inclusion and delivering support services to schools. These three areas of work contribute to the Council’s target of ensuring that Denbighshire’s performance will be within the top 10 in Wales for key stage attainment. As part of this commitment to raising attainment of pupils, it is important that school buildings, learning environments and resources meet the needs of 21st Century Wales.
The Council has a responsibility to ensure that our schools are sustainable and fit for purpose. In January 2009, the Council adopted the Modernising Education policy framework. This framework provides the basis for the Council to strategically plan school provision. For further information on current projects please view the ‘School Re-organisation and Modernisation Programme’ link on the left side of the screen.
These web pages have been developed to help you access information on the services we provide for nursery, primary and secondary pupils, including 16-19 provision. You can also access information on a range of benefits and financial support. Please contact us if you are unable to find what you need, or if you have any feedback on how we might improve our Web service to you.