The Attendance and Pupil Welfare Service works with schools, parents and carers, pupils and other agencies to reduce unnecessary absences from school.
Young people who have part time jobs often find it is a positive and rewarding experience. Many young people have part time jobs and Doncaster Council wants to make sure the jobs they do are safe and don't impact on their health, education or wellbeing.
Children missing education are defined as children of compulsory school age who are not on a school roll, and who are not receiving a suitable education elsewhere - for example, at home, privately, or in alternative provision (Education and Inspection Act 2006)
Find out how to apply for free school meals, nursery applications, music theory classes and school transfers. Find information about adult learning, families information service and childcare, the youth service and special educational needs.
Doncaster Youth Council is a local organisation where young peoples voices are heard.
More and more young people engage in behaviours that jeopardise not only their current state of health but their health in the future, for example:
Are you a child or young person in Doncaster struggling with your thoughts and feelings and don't know where to go? You can access information and advice on this page.
A child taking part in any performance which includes TV, filming, theatre, sporting activities or modelling - will require a chaperone.
Young people with SEND may start thinking about living independently as they get older. It is very important that they have choices and control when making decisions about their lives. For young people with an education, health and care (EHC) plan, independent living options will be discussed with them as part of their transition planning from Year 9 onwards.
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