A recent and detailed review of Wiltshire's health and social care system has found that people receiving services in the county are safe.
A consultation to ensure there are sufficient places for children and young people with special needs and/or disabilities into the future in the north of the county is now live.
Young offenders are working out ways to build a brighter future in a ground-breaking partnership with a Westbury gym. The Athlete Centre is working with the county's Youth Offending Team, which is a partnership including Conservative-led Wiltshire Council, to guide six teenagers who are on court orders through an eight-week gym course.
A service which helps parents and carers gain qualifications and skills while supporting their children's learning is moving in the right direction according to the latest Ofsted report.
Young people across Wiltshire have been given career advice away from the classroom as they watched a special drama, which was performed at 20 schools in the county.
Wiltshire primary school children have achieved good grades for reading, writing and maths according to the latest government figures.
Wiltshire Council library members can now download eAudiobooks to their compatible devices, such as smartphones, tablets and computers, for free - perfect for those who are lucky enough to get a new device in their stocking this Christmas!
Discussion sessions for parent carers of children and young people with SEND, Tuesday 5th December 2017.
Eleven schools in the Melksham area recently completed our Healthy Schools Programme and attended a celebration event at Manor School in the town to collect a special plaque marking their achievements.
Thousands of children and their families have been participating in a host of activities, from creating bug homes to learning new cooking skills as part of Wiltshire's Family Learning Festival.