Arrangements vary in a flexible way in order to cater for children transferring to a range of different settings. During Year 6 we encourage parents and children to visit schools – this helps inform your decision and gives children a greater understanding about this next phase in their lives.
Upon request we will provide evidence/reports to support an admission application and will invigilate entrance exams/11 plus tests where appropriate.
UK Boarding School – Military and Civil Servants
Parents may wish to consider boarding school for their child to ensure continuity of education. A Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA) is available which can cover up to 90% of fees. Parents will need to apply for an eligibility certificate for CEA, and this needs to be resubmitted with every posting. For more information go to the CEAS website.
School websites offer a wide range of information, however, visits are invaluable.
You should seek advice on schooling options and payments directly from your employer.
Secondary School for Ages 11-16.
Although there is a secondary school in Stanley, this is currently not an option for MOD personnel out in the Falkland Islands.
Children’s Education Advisory Service
CEAS provides a dedicated service exclusively for service and MOD families providing professional advice about all aspects of children’s education, both in the UK and overseas.
They can: recommend schools, liaise with LAs, support families in the appeals process (if your application is turned down),
support transition for children with SEN and provide the application form for the Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA).
Please involve your child in the transition process as much as possible – the more information they have, the smoother the transition.
Keep us informed too!
Your experience and feedback is requested as it may be helpful to others making the move after you.