Worcestershire Education Welfare Service
The Education Welfare service provides a range of services
relating to school attendance and child employment, which currently
include consultancy, advice, training and direct intervention
The service and delegated powers to act as investigators on
behalf of the county council and to instigate legal proceedings
against parents and employers who fail to meet their legal
This contains information and guides for parents of children who
are considering or in part-time employment.
This page lays out the rules and laws of allowing a child to
entertain at a young age including information on licences,
applications and legislation information.
This page displays more information on what the Children Missing
Education is and how not allowing your child to attend school could
mean to the education.
This page contains information on how important it is that your
child attends school, and what is considered unacceptable absences
and how the Education Welfare Service keeps on top of this
This page gives you more information on what the Education
Welfare Service is all about.
touch with us for more information
If you have any issues or questions you can get in touch with
the right people from the Contact Information page.
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This page was last reviewed 29 May 2013 at 9:26.
The page is next due for review 25 November 2014.