A introductory leaflet to community focused schools.
Developed in partnership between ContinYou Cymru and the Association of Directors of Education in Wales (ADEW).
Supported by the Welsh Assembly Government (WAG) and the Association of Directors of Education in Wales (ADEW), the toolkit is seen as a blueprint for developing community focused schools.
Produced with support from the Welsh Assembly Government, and with input from Estyn as an aid for schools developing community focused services and activities to help present the work during an inspection. It supplements the toolkit.
Produced in partnership with Governors’ Wales and with support from the Welsh Assembly Government, this provides information and guidance to governors on developing a community focused schools approach.
This guide explains how schools, local authorities and partners can enable community focused schools and out of school hours learning provision to make as much impact as possible.
This briefing paper looks at the roles of community focused schools and out of school hours learning provision in contributing to, and supporting, the creative of cohesive communities in Wales.
This guide aims to disseminate good practice to mainstream and special schools, pupils referral units, and other professionals working in multi agency teams to engage children in special schools with the range of activities and services that are offered to their mainstream peers.
Produced in partnership with Clybiau Plant Cymru Kids’ Clubs, this leaflet is a brief guide to the differences between developing out of school childcare and out of school hours learning provision.
A guide to support schools to develop effective ways to provide information about, and signposting to, key services.