Education (Early Years)

Families First Logo WGCarmarthenshire Families First

Famlies First have a range of projects which help children and young people.

Tim Camau Bach/ Small Steps offer early intervention and run activity groups for children.  There is also support for children with additional needs to attend local Cylch Meithrins/nursery and specialist activities. Contact 01267 246555 for further information.

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SANDY WATER PARK RHYS DYFED ANTHONY (7 of 7)Carmarthenshire Family Centres

Family Centres have a lot to offer families with pre-school children.  They facilitate a range of activities including parent and toddlers groups, parents and baby sessions, various courses of interest, to just having a chat with other parents over a cuppa while your children play. Contact the Family Information Service on 01267 246555 to find your nearest family centre or visit

Carmarthenshire Schools

For a full list of all schools in Carmarthenshire click here

Special educational needs (SEN)

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Where’s My Nearest School?

Carmarthenshire County Council maintain 101 primary schools, 12 secondary schools and 2 special schools in Carmarthenshire. Visit i-Local to find your nearest school or search their school database click here

Information Booklet for Parents/Carers

This booklet is intended to provide general information about Carmarthenshire’s Nursery, Primary, Secondary and Special Schools for the academic year 2015-2016 and is correct at the time of publication.

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Carmarthenshire School Term Dates

For an up-to-date list of the Carmarthenshire School term dates please click here

caldwell-autism-logo-header-sizeThe Caldwell Autism Foundation:

provides a Responsive Communication service to autistic children and adults across the UK.
The Caldwell Autism Foundation is building a network of skilled practitioners across the UK to provide Responsive Communication support to people on the autistic spectrum. In addition, we work to raise awareness of the communication and sensory difficulties experienced by people on the autistic spectrum. We actively promote the rights and entitlements of autistic people as valued members of their community and of society as a whole.
We have recently been awarded funding to provide a Responsive Communication Service for Autistic Children and Young People in Carmarthenshire. This twelve-month pilot project will investigate the effectiveness of a new way of delivering our Responsive Communication service using a combination of small-group workshops and home visits. We are very excited to be starting this piece of work! To find out more, please visit our Responsive Communication Pilot Project page.