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  1. 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.…
  2. Returning to School in September - FAQ's

    Frequently Asked Questions From the beginning of autumn term, the Department for Education will expect all pupils in all year groups to return to school full time. 1)   What is my school planning for September? Each school is opening in line with Government advice and…
  3. Routes Into Work

    What is this guide about? This guide provides information about options for young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to help them move into paid employment. Find out about Study programmes, Supported internships, Traineeships, Apprenticeships and Access to Work. Download the Guide from…
  4. 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…
  5. 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.…
  6. 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.
  7. SEND Disagreement Resolution and Mediation

    The Local Authority has made arrangements for independent disagreement resolution and mediation services to be made available to parents/carers and young people to provide a quick and informal way of resolving disagreements. Impartial information, advice and support - SENDIASS Parents/carers & young people can also access…
  8. SEND Local Offer

    What is the Local Offer? These pages provide information and advice about the services for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their families living in Middlesbrough. This is described as the Local Offer.  You will see that we have divided the different…
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