Coronavirus update

All schools in Denbighshire are presently closed in line with the requirements of Welsh Government

Statement from Minister for Education, Kirsty Williams, on school closures in Wales

Child care for vital workers

Emergency childcare is available for children whose parents are critical to the COVID-19 response and who cannot be safely cared for at home.

Even for key workers, provision will only be made in schools or settings or other settings where there is no safe alternative for your family.

More information on childcare for key workers

Free school meals

If you currently get free school meals for your child/children, during the Coronavirus pandemic we will pay an amount equivalent to the cost of your child’s free school meal into your bank account every week. You will need to provide us with your bank details to do this.

Provide us with your bank details online for free school meal payments

If you are think that you are eligible to claim free school meals but have not submitted a claim yet, please complete the free school meals online form.

Children attending the key workers childcare in schools will continue to receive school meals when they attend.

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