Figures released today (2 March) show 98.5% of Wiltshire children will attend one of their preferred choices of secondary school from this September up from 98% last year.
A popular outdoor education venue will continue to welcome young people for fun and challenges as new owners have now taken over the site.
The next stage to shape the future of special school provision in the north begins today (2 September) with a statutory consultation and a series of meetings to ensure parents, carers and stakeholders have an opportunity to have their say.
Conservative led Wiltshire Council offers it's congratulations and support to students across Wiltshire who are collecting their GCSE results.
Conservative led Wiltshire Council has praised students for their hard work and dedication as they collect their A-level results across the county today.
Pupils at a south Wiltshire secondary school had the opportunity to meet Royalty and show off their new school extension.
Conservative led Wiltshire Council engineers are sharing their experiences of the workplace to encourage more women to take up the role.
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.