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Educational Support Groups: Seconday School
Some great organisations who offer help with secondary school and beyond.
- Advisory Centre for Education
News and information for parents, school governors and teachers. Freephone advice line for parents: 0808 800 5793 (2pm- 5pm Mon-Fri)
- After 16 : what's new?
Aimed at teenagers and young people in the UK who have an impairment or disability and are wondering what opportunities and services there should be when they leave school.
The Assessment and Qualifications Alliance.
- City & Guilds
City & Guilds is the leading provider of vocational qualifications in the United Kingdom.
- DfES A-Level Guidelines
Guidance for parents and students on the new advanced level qualifications that includes information on choosing a course, workload and examinations.
- Education: DfES Performance Tables
Find out the facts about your local schools.
- DfES Qualifications Info
Information for parents, teachers, pupils, lecturers, students, employers and anyone with an interest in qualifications.
- DfES Standards Site
Suggestions on how to achieve effective partnership with parents and how best to manage and use your home-school agreement.
- National Curriculum Online
The Government's definitive curriculum site for teachers - but handy for parents too.
Office for Standards in Education (OFSTED), officially the Office of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools in England.
- Qualifications and Curriculum Authority
Maintaining and developing school curriculum and associated assessments, and accrediting and monitoring qualifications in schools, colleges and at work.
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