Information about starting school, school meals, transport, welfare support and much more.
Information on school term and holiday dates for primary, secondary and special schools on Anglesey.
There are 47 primary schools, 5 secondary schools and one special school in Anglesey.
Applying for a school place is a big step for you and your child, and you will no doubt have many questions about how this process works.
The LA operates a scheme which provides a grant towards the cost of purchasing clothing and footwear for Secondary School pupils of compulsory school age.
The Local Authority provides free school transport for pupils under 16 as follows.
The local edcuation authority (LEA) is anxious to maintain the school meals service and aims to provide a midday meal for pupils which is attractive, nutritional and reasonably priced.
In this section you’ll find information on health promotion in schools and the Anglesey scheme, along with templates, resources, examples of good practice and handy contacts.
The service is provided by the Education Authority and is considered to be an essential support service not only to pupils but also to the county’s schools.
Information on school term dates, welfare, bad weather protocol and more
The Education authority aims to provide education of the highest possible quality for all pupils/students, in accordance with their age, ability and interest/aptitude.
In accordance with the requirements of the 1996 Education Act it is the duty of every Education Authority to set up a SACRE to advise upon matters connected with worship in schools and the Religious Education provided in accordance with an agreed syllabus.
The Authority operates a bilingual policy in all schools within the county.
We can offer help with many of the emotional problems or issues facing young people
Help, support and guidance to be an effective governor of a school.
Schools and the Local Authority will share information with regional education services across Councils in North Wales.