As an employer of choice, Anglesey is a great place to live and work, but working for Isle of Anglesey County Council is more than just a job; it's about making life better for the people who live and work on the Island.
The Council's aim is to be a professional and well run council, innovative and outward looking in our approach and committed to developing our people and partnerships in order to deliver efficient and effective services of good quality, that are highly valued by our citizens.
There are 40 primary schools, 5 secondary schools and one special school in Anglesey. All schools in Anglesey are co-educational day schools. All secondary schools are 11-18 community comprehensive schools.
The Council wants every child, young person and learner, wherever they are, to reach their potential and to be ready to play their part as responsible citizens and community champions. In this context, the Council wishes to ensure that modern schools are suitable for the twenty first century and make the best use of modern technology.
There are several youth clubs throughout the island where young people from the age of 11 upwards can meet their friends for a chat, relax and access support and guidance.