Children’s services bosses have vowed to bring in more permanent senior staff and make better use of ICT as the authority presses ahead with a major improvement plan.
Dudley Council has invested in ground-breaking new information technology to radically improve the authority’s work in delivering social care for vulnerable children.
Dudley Council’s cabinet member for children and young people has praised care leavers from across Dudley borough for their strength and resilience in a special video released for National Care Leavers Week.
Dudley Council's cabinet member for children's services has extended the authority's thanks to those working in education and support services in Dudley borough during the coronavirus crisis.
Dudley Council’s cabinet member for children’s services has paid tribute to a dedicated Quarry Bank school teacher, who has sadly died after contracting Covid-19.
Plans to bring about promised improvements to services for children and young people with special educational needs (SEND) were given approval at last night’s cabinet (Wednesday September 11).