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Apply for a school place

To apply for a school place, change an existing school place, find your catchment area or see the school admissions policies please see the Southampton City Council School Admissions information.

Boy/Girlfriends

For many people, partners, sex and relationships can be really hard to talk about. You can use the links below to get helpful information and facts about relationships, and how best to deal with them. Lesbian, gay or bisexual If you are lesbian, gay or bisexual, you…

Bullying

Warning signs Running away, non-attendance at school, other learning and behavioural difficulties for no obvious reason. Your child has injuries with no feasible explanation for them.  You should investigate if a child: is frightened of walking to or from school doesn't want to go on the…

Care to Learn - Childcare funding for teenage parents

Care to Learn (C2L) provides financial support for teenage parents who want to continue in, or return to learning. It helps with the cost of their childcare and travel. What learning can a young parent do and what childcare will be funded? Care to Learn…

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Advice and guidance for parents, carers, children and young people

We want to make sure that families in Southampton are kept well informed about Coronavirus (COVID-19).  Click here to visit the latest government advice - https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus This page provides important updates from Southampton City Council and NHS Solent services that have been affected, as well…

CV Dos and Don'ts

« Back to CVs index Do Put the strongest statements at the top and work down the page. Add a personal statement using just one or two sentences to summarise your strengths. Keep sentences and paragraphs short. Sentences should be between 15-20 words and paragraphs should…

CVs

CV stands for Curriculum Vitae, which literally means 'The course of one's life'. A CV (sometimes called a résumé) is a concise document that outlines the relevant facts about you and your experience to a prospective employer. Unlike filling in an application form, writing a…

Drug, alcohol and substance misuse

"At first I thought it was just a teenage thing. Paul started to come home late. A row always started and he'd storm off to his room. He was losing weight, looked terrible and I felt he was lying to us. He just wanted to…

Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plans

Education, Health & Care Assessments and Plans The Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) replaces the ‘Statement of Special of Educational Needs’ and can apply to children, young people and young adults from birth to the age of 25, providing that those over 16 are…

Educational Psychology and Emotional Literacy Training

Courses Southampton Virtual Emotional Literacy Conference Emotional Literacy Support Assistant Training (ELSA)  Nurture Groups in a Nutshell  Nurture Group Network Meetings Physical Intervention and Managing Challenging Behaviour - The Maybo Approach  Would you like to be kept up to date with changes to our courses…
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