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Apprenticeships offer the way

Apprenticeships offer the way

Each year more than 18,000 apprenticeships are available to those working in the Armed Forces and the Civil Service. For many they offer a viable alternative to higher and further education. And, not only do they provide high quality accredited training in more than 300 specialist employment areas, they also allow students to work and get paid to learn.

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Skills Show between 19-21 November 2105 at the NEC Birmingham

Skills Show between 19-21 November 2105 at the NEC Birmingham

The Skills Show, the nation’s largest skills and careers event, is helping to shape the future of the next generation. Attracting over 73,000 visitors, the show provides hands-on experiences that inspire young people to explore further education, skills and apprenticeships. Join us between 19 – 21 November 2015 at the NEC Birmingham.

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Continuity of Education Allowance Survey

Continuity of Education Allowance Survey

If your family claims the Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA) please take 5 minutes to complete this survey. Your feedback will influence future policy, and will also allow the Children’s Education Advisory Service to give more helpful advice and guidance to future applicants.

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Latest School Admissions Code is good news for families

Latest School Admissions Code is good news for families

Children eligible for the Service Pupil Premium can receive priority (along with other groups of Pupil Premium children) in oversubscribed schools, and Service children feature on the priority list for state boarding school admissions.

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