A Youth Employment Hub introduced in the summer has already helped numerous young adults in Doncaster find work, access training opportunities and get self-employment advice.
Information on schools, colleges, alternate provision and education support services for people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their carers.
How to apply for a place at a secondary school.
The Schools Forum has a formal legal standing and must be consulted by the local authority on numerous issues relating to the financial matters of schools/education services:
The Pupil Support and Passenger Transport Team provide travel assistance to and from mainstream schools, special schools, colleges, and to interim tuition services - along with help with board and lodging cost for school residential trips.
How to apply for a primary school place.
A list of all the training courses that Doncaster Corporate Health & Safety Training Team provide for members of the public. Course dates below:
Funded entitlement to childcare is a government scheme, which allows some 2-year-olds to attend education or childcare settings in Doncaster. Children can attend a setting for a maximum of 15 hours over 38 weeks. That’s a total of 570 hours per year in which your child could be having fun, learning and making friends. Find out more below...don't miss out!
More than ever the Covid 19 pandemic has highlighted the important role that parents and carers play in supporting their children with their learning and all-round development. You find yourselves being asked to support with online learning but do not always know where to start, the terminology and methods are new to you - well we are here to help. Join in one of our many workshops or sign up for a longer course in subjects such as Phonics, Maths4Parents or Supporting Reading Skills.
The Adult, Family and Community Learning Service (AFCL) provides local learning activities for adults and families in their community.