The Children’s Education Advisory Service (CEAS) provides authoritative, bespoke, professional advice to Service and eligible MOD civilian families on a wide range of educational issues
CEAS provide Service families with free and professional education advice, support and guidance. Their general email address has changed.
Due to the impact of COVID-19, the CEAS team are now predominantly working from home. Staffing capacity will naturally fluctuate for the foreseeable future, which will inevitably affect response rates so your patience is greatly appreciated.
CEAS offer educational advice, guidance and support to Service families around such areas as school transition and admissions, ‘retention of quarter’ for educational reasons, CEA and SENA (Special Educational and/or additional Needs) and education overseas, as well as many other areas of concern, enquiry or need.
Children’s Education Advisory Service (CEAS) is part of DCYP and are a small team who provide information and advice to service parents on a wide range of issues regarding the education of service children. This includes schools admissions, SEND provision, Continuity of Education Allowance and boarding schools, overseas education. This leaflet has useful contacts, what CEAS can help with and top tips.