Important Notice! In the light of the recent announcement that the R number in the North West had risen above 1, Sefton Council is recommending that schools delay wider opening for Nursery, Reception and Years 1, 6, 10 and 12 until Monday 22nd June to allow time for appropriate risk assessment, including staff availability and to ensure tests set out by the Government and Trade Unions are met.
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Children/Young People’s Questionnaire
In order to help our staff better understand the experiences of our children and young people throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we have created a questionnaire to gather the views and opinions of children and young people about their return to school.
We are looking for children and young people throughout Sefton to share their views using this questionnaire. Parent support may be required for younger children.
We welcome your support in promoting this with the children in school and also to parents so that children/young people at home may also access it.
Thanks Sefton Educational Psychologists
Sefton is a great place to learn for children, young people and adults alike. In this section you can find out lots of useful information, from how to apply to your child's school of choice to how you can learn a foreign language and everything in between, whether it be accessing your library services or finding childcare in your area.
Education Strategy 2016-2020
Sefton Council has recently developed its Education Strategy from 2016-2020
The strategy puts forward Sefton Council's aims and objectives for all education in the borough by the year 2020 and more importantly how they will be achieved.
Children and Young People’s Plan
The Children and Young People’s Plan (CYPP) is the single strategic 5 year plan for all services and organisations which work with children and families in Sefton.
Last Updated on 09 July 2020