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The Braybrook Centre in Parkfields is a Key Stage 3 Pupil Referral Unit with up to 42 places for young people who have social, emotional and mental health difficulties; the majority of its pupils have been permanently excluded from a mainstream school or have been referred as they are at significant risk of a permanent exclusion

Praise and good inspection rating for Braybrook Centre

The Braybrook Centre has been rated Good by inspectors, with Ofsted praising strong leadership and the hard work and commitment of staff which has created "a rich climate of support, trust, achievement and respect throughout the school.”
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Members of Wolverhampton’s Safeguarding Adults and Children Boards will highlight what people can do to help someone who they are worried may be at risk from abuse and neglect during Wolverhampton Safeguarding Week, which begins today (Monday 17 June)

Stand Up and Speak Out during Safeguarding Week

Members of Wolverhampton’s Safeguarding Adults and Children Boards will highlight what people can do to help someone who they are worried may be at risk from abuse and neglect during Wolverhampton Safeguarding Week, which begins today (Monday 17 June).
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There will also be demonstrations from the city’s cadet groups and military forces in the event arena and the chance to meet and chat with our local forces as well as information stands

Free family fun day to mark Armed Forces Day

A 4 man parachute jump out of a helicopter into Wolverhampton’s West Park will provide the finale to a spectacular free day of entertainment as the city marks national Armed Forces Day at the end of the month.
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The City of Wolverhampton Council's Local Offer website showcases the help and support available to children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) in the city

Local Offer showcases help for young people with SEND

The City of Wolverhampton Council's Local Offer website showcases the help and support available to children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) in the city.
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