Below are a list of organisations and helpful links that can offer more infromation and support for Service Children.
SSCE – Supporting Service Children in Education
Our mission is to provide the best possible educational support to children, by ensuring education professionals understand the issues Service children in Wales may face. The project is a Welsh Local Government Association project initially funded by the MOD Education Support Fund and funded by Welsh Government.
Service Children’s Progression (SCiP) Alliance
The Service Children’s Progression (SCiP) Alliance is a partnership of organisations focused on improving outcomes for children from military families. It is funded by the Ministry of Defence (MoD). It aims are to support education practitioners to champion the progression of the children of military personnel, so that they can make informed and confident transitions through further and higher education into thriving adult lives and careers.
Directorate of Children and Young People (DCYP)
The Directorate of Children and Young People (DCYP) was established in 2010 to provide a single Ministry of Defence (MoD) focus for all issues related to service children and young people. Service children are the children of serving service personnel but we also have a responsibility for the children of Ministry of Defence UK based civilians and sponsored organisations serving outside of the UK.
Children’s Education Advisory Service (CEAS)
CEAS provides advice, support and guidance regarding the educational well-being of the children and young people belonging to families in all 3 services and eligible MoD civilians who are based overseas. All advice given is impartial, child-centred and focuses on the best interests of the individual.
The CEAS team is comprised of qualified teachers and experienced case advisors who can answer queries predominantly via email and telephone.
If you’d like to find out what support is available to you or if you’d like more information, please contact Jason Hurford on 01443 281436.
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