Wolverhampton's Virtual School, which monitors the educational progress and achievement of every child in the care of the City of Wolverhampton Council, has launched its new website.

Available at Wolverhampton Virtual School, the website is a one stop shop for anyone who has a role in the education of children in care – schools and other settings, carers and professionals, and the children and young people themselves.

Councillor Dr Michael Hardacre, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, said: "Our Virtual School is a team of highly qualified and dedicated educational professionals who work with partners in education, health and social care to ensure that the opportunities in school of our children in care are the best they can be.

"They provide support and challenge to schools, settings and other professionals to help them deliver high quality education, and to set high aspirations for their children and young people.

"We are pleased to launch this new website, which offers help and information relating to all aspects of the work of the Virtual School. We welcome ideas and resources to share as the site grows and improves so that it is the best it can be."