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  1. Under 5's Activity Ideas

    Tees Valley Active have put together a range of leaflets to help you get your under 5's active.  ‘Let’s Get Moving’ have a whole host of ideas to get children moving and to support the development of fundamental movement skills. They are available to download…
  2. International New Arrival Guidance (INA)

    Guidance for supporting international new arrivals into education It is important that all children and young people new to the area are offered educational provision as soon as possible. Access to education is particularly important for children/young people whose families may have relocated to the…
  3. Middlesbrough Schools List

    Parents asked if we could provide them with an easy link to the Middlesbrough schools with their contact details. You can download and print the list of Middlesbrough Schools here This includes primary and secondary schools (mainstream and special schools) and notes if a mainstream school…
  4. Helping Children be Ready for Nursery

    'We believe in Middlesbrough that nursery ready children are curious, confident and co-operative.  Supported by family, professionals and community these children are able to flourish and reach their optimal potential.' See how you could support your child: see pages 11-14
  5. School Admissions: A Guide for Parents

    This booklet aims to help you if your child is starting school for the first time, moving from primary to secondary education, transferring from one school to another or if you are new to the area. It describes admission arrangements for our primary and secondary…
  6. School Transfers

    There will be occasions when a pupil wishes to transfer between schools. In-year transfer requests are applications for school places outside the usual September primary and secondary admissions process. If you're moving into the Middlesbrough local authority (LA) area, please contact us to apply for a school place.…
  7. Secondary School Admissions

    Children start secondary school in the academic year in which they turn eleven years of age. You can apply for a secondary school place online. The School Admissions Guide describes admission arrangements for our primary and secondary schools.
  8. Primary School Admissions

    Children start primary school full-time in the academic year in which they turn five years of age. The first class they will attend is called the reception class. The following classes are called year 1 through to year 6. You can apply for a primary school place online.…
  9. OFSTED

    Who we are and what we do Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills. We report directly to Parliament and we are independent and impartial. We inspect and regulate services which care for children and young people, and those providing education…
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