Schools, special educational needs, childcare and Family Information Service, fostering and adoption, children's health, Raising the Bar and The Parent Hub.
Find a list of schools, school attendances, school meals, school transport, term dates and how to apply for a primary or secondary school place.
Raising the Bar is Suffolk’s programme to improve levels of educational attainment and ensure that every child in Suffolk can achieve their full potential.
Parents looking for childcare and information about funded early education for 2, 3 and 4 year olds, or childcare providers looking for support and advice.
Find information and support services for families with children and young people who have special educational needs and disabilities.
Information, advice, and support for anyone concerned about the emotional wellbeing and mental health of a child or young person aged 0-25 years.
Find out about fostering and adoption with Suffolk Fostering and Adoption, who are part of Suffolk County Council.
Information about our children's centres and our children's health services which includes health visiting, school nursing and other specialist services.
How to report a child at risk of harm, abuse or neglect. Information about private foster care, Positive Choices project, permits and licences.
Support for children in care and care leavers; children's accommodation services in Suffolk; details of the Virtual School for Looked After Children.
Advice for young carers aged between 5 to 25 years old, about the Suffolk Strategy for Young Carers and how to find Young Carers Unlimited.
Find Duke of Edinburgh Award in Suffolk, careers advice for young people and how to get work experience with Suffolk County Council.
The common assessment framework is way of working with families who are struggling and puts their needs at the heart of decisions made about how they get help.
A single place for Suffolk parents or carers to find parenting advice and support to help their child's development.
Find out about the Children's Trust Board, our Family 2020 Strategy, how our goals are met, and how we respond to the views of service users
Information to help if you are moving from children's to adult care and support services.