Children and families
Children’s centres in Hull are to remain open for support and advice for families.
Support will be available from Monday to Friday at the centres, by calling or through each … More
Free school meals provision for those that are eligible will continue across Hull schools.
For the next two weeks initially, primary school children will continue to receive meals through pick … More
Schools across the country will restrict attendance from Friday, in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The government has announced that schools will remain closed until further notice, except to the … More
A push to raise awareness of child exploitation is taking place in Hull and the East Riding
Hull Safeguarding Partnership, East Riding Safeguarding Children Partnership and the British Transport Police … More
The Department for Education has appointed a commissioner for children’s social care and SEND provision within the city.
This follows a full inspection of Children, Young People and Family Services … More
Members of the lesbian, gay, bi and trans communities in Hull are being invited to find out about adopting a child.
The push is part of LGBT+ Adoption and Fostering … More
The budget statement from Councillor Stephen Brady, Leader of Hull City Council, has been approved for 2020/21.
The budget, approved at a meeting of Full Council today, includes changes in … More
Parents are being asked to help shape the future of family wellbeing in Hull.
People with children aged from three to 18 are being invited to take part in a … More
With half-term coming to an end, here’s a list of weekend offerings that are bound to keep adults and children alike entertained.
Immerse yourself in the world of fairy tales … More
Breastfeeding mums will be recognised in a new project aiming to normalise feeding in public and support the women who do it.
Health and children’s services in Hull and East … More
Hull has been named as one of the only Northern cities to host a new CBeebies event this summer.
Hull and York join four London and Surrey locations announced so … More
It’s National Storytelling Week and there’s a host of things happening in Hull.
Phil Earle, author of popular children’s books Superhero Street and Demolition Dad, is embarking on a storytelling … More
Grants of up to £10,000 for projects that reduce crime are now available to not-for-profit groups across the city.
The Hull Crime Reduction Fund is open for applications until Friday … More
Parents in Hull are being encouraged to apply for free school meals for their children.
Parents who receive Universal Credit, Income Support, income-based Job Seekers Allowance, income-related Employment and Support … More
Parents have until Wednesday 15 January to register their child for free early education.
All children aged three and four are entitled to 15 hours of free early education a … More
Fifteen school pupils have today won prizes for attending school every day throughout November.
The Every Day Counts campaign encourages pupils to attend school every day for the benefit of … More
Parents and carers in Hull have been urged to take the advice of doctors and other medical professionals when it comes to the flu vaccine.
Take-up is currently lower than … More
Youth centres in Hull host regular things to do and places to go for those aged 10 to 24.
Fun, educational and challenging activities take place every week across the … More
Technology to support children with hearing and visual impairments and physical disabilities has been showcased in Hull.
Hull City Council’s Integrated Physical and Sensory Service (IPaSS) supports children and young … More
A brain-building campaign for children has “far exceeded” expectations in Hull.
The Look, Say, Sing, Play campaign was launched in July to encourage parents to look at how they are … More
A plan to ensure Hull is an inspiring, healthy and safe city for children and young people to learn, play, work and live has been launched.
The city’s Children, Young … More
Families who have children with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) are being asked for their views on provision in the city.
Families, carers and professionals who work with children … More
A campaign to encourage pupils to aim for 100 per cent school attendance has been launched in Hull.
Headteachers from the city’s primary and secondary schools have launched the Every … More
A domestic abuse conference in Hull is helping to show people from a diverse range of professions how they can be instrumental in early support and prevention for people they … More
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