Education Welfare Service

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The Education Welfare Service is primarily responsible for working with schools, parents and children in promoting regular school attendance and helping to reduce exclusion from school

The Education Welfare Service (EWS) works to ensure regular school attendance of children of statutory school age by supporting schools, meeting with children and families and liaising and working closely with other agencies.

Where necessary the EWS carries out the statutory duty of legal action when efforts to help improve school attendance have failed in order to secure the child’s regular attendance at school.

The service provides guidance and support for pupils at risk of exclusion and is also responsible for issuing work permits for children of statutory school age who have a part-time job and performance and chaperone licences

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