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“Our school and staff have benefitted enormously from our membership with Children in Wales. It has helped us with our professional research around what’s best for our children. Children in Wales has facilitated fantastic training opportunities, shared invaluable information and challenged our thinking.  As a result, Millbrook has continued to evaluate and improve its provision for all learners effectively.”


– Lindsey Watkins, Headteacher, Millbrook Primary School, Newport

Children in Wales’ membership is open to individuals and organisations who are interested in improving the lives of children, young people and families in Wales.

At present our members come from the third, statutory and private sectors and include local authorities, health boards, third sector organisations, university departments, schools, nurseries, family centres and individuals.  To find out if your organisation is a current member of Children in Wales please click here.

We would be delighted if you or your organisation would join us too and to find out about how much it would cost, please click here.

What benefits can you expect to receive?

  • Using our expertise in policy development, working alongside colleagues within Senedd Cymru and Welsh Government and communicating with multi-agency networks in the statutory and third sectors 
  • Contributing to current policy and legislative debates and participating exclusively in members’  consultation responses
  • Receiving substantial discounts to Children in Wales conferences, events, training courses and publications
  • Receiving our quarterly magazine full of news and features about policy and practice affecting children, young people and their families in Wales

To see a complete list of benefits please click here.

Any queries?

Children in Wales’ Membership & Marketing Co-ordinator is available to answer any queries. Please contact Louise O’Neill by phone on 029 2034 2434 or by email: membership@childreninwales.org.uk