Children and learning
Council calls for cheaper school uniforms
With thousands of local families struggling financially because of Coronavirus, we're asking schools to consider relaxing some of their school uniform policies.
Young volunteers give food for thought
A new food hub run by the Hangleton & Knoll Project at St Richard’s Community Centre has made more than 550 deliveries to local people in need.
A message for young people in the city
Councillor Kate Knight, Deputy Chair of Brighton & Hove City Council’s Children, Young People & Skills Committee has today asked young people to look out for themselves, each other and everyone around them amid local concern about escalating anti-social behaviour on Hove Lawns.
Council calls on government to confirm summer activities funding
Councillor John Allcock says councils and local providers need to have certainty now in order to plan for the summer.
£130,000 agreed for youth projects in Brighton & Hove
32 local projects have been selected by a panel of young people representing a range of youth projects in the city.
Tackling racism and bias in schools
Training for schools will now take into account the impact of bias, discrimination, white privilege and institutional racism on pupils and staff.
A massive thank you to our Shared Lives carers!
Our Shared Lives carers build amazing relationships with the people they look after, and they've really gone the extra mile during lockdown.
Schools and council-run nurseries should open to more pupils from Monday
The council can now advise that Brighton & Hove schools and council nurseries should start opening more widely for pupils from Monday 15 June.
Schools update: Information about the decision not to open schools more widely
Last week we announced that the advice to Brighton & Hove schools and council nurseries remains that they should not open more widely for pupils. More information about the decision has now been shared following requests from parents asking about what factors are influencing our current position.