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  1. Education and schools

    One of the most important areas where you can support your child is in their schooling. When parents are involved in their children's education they tend to enjoy school more, go to their lessons regularly, get better results and have fewer problems with their behaviour.…
  2. Further and higher education

    Further or higher education is about your child taking their education to the next level and fulfilling their potential. As well as opening up new career options, higher education means opportunities to meet new people and take part in a wide range of social and…
  3. Getting involved in your child's education

    As a parent, you will already know that you are your child’s most valuable teacher. The lessons they learn at home will affect how they interact with other people and the world around them. And, like most parents, you will probably want to do all…
  4. Nursery education

    Early Education for Three and Four Year Olds All three and four year olds are entitled to 15 hours of funded early education a week term time until they either go into reception or reach compulsory school age (the term following their fifth birthday). This…
  5. Primary schools

    On this page you will find some useful information on primary schools, including details of services available, related guidance pages and quick links to helpful websites.
  6. Private education

    On this page you will find some useful information on private education, including details of services available, related guidance pages and quick links to helpful websites.
  7. Registered tutors

    Parents and carers may employ a tutor for their child or children for a variety of reasons: to help with their school work; to improve their grades; to learn a musical instrument; other extracurricular activity (e.g. sports coaching and drama); accompaniment on musical instruments. You…
  8. Searching for a tutor

    Parents and carers may employ a tutor for their child or children for a variety of reasons: to help with their school work; to improve their grades; to learn a musical instrument; other extracurricular activity (e.g. sports coaching and drama); accompaniment on musical instruments. You…
  9. Secondary schools

    If your child’s time at primary school comes to an end next summer, then this autumn term is the time to start thinking about what secondary school you want them to go to. Why start thinking now? Because your child won’t automatically be given a…
  10. Special schools

    Go to the link below for information on special schools and other specialist support available for SEND children and young people: Education Local SEND Offers, Specialist and Support Services
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