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Education Welfare service

Education welfare officers work for the local authority to help schools raise attendance levels. They work with families to help them overcome anything making it difficult for their child to go to school.

Education welfare officers try to help families and young people, but they can also prosecute if parents are not making sure their child goes to school regularly.

If you are worried or feel there is a problem with a child's attendance, you should contact the school first.

Telephone: 01482 300 300  Email: EWSeducation@hullcc.gov.uk 

Address - Education Welfare Service, Hull City Council, 2nd floor, Treasury Building, Guildhall Road, Hull, HU1 2AB

Last updated: 2/6/2024