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Easing of Coronavirus restrictions

Learning Routes

It’s been a while since you were at school and there’s been a lot of changes.

Young people in England now have to stay in education or training until they are 18 years old.

But this doesn’t necessarily mean staying at school. Your child needs to decide on the best route for them and there are lots of options. Qualifications come in different types and levels.

Navigating your family through these decisions can be difficult, but there's lots of information to help.

Gaining knowledge and skills that are relevant to Staffordshire's growing industries will not only help your children to get a good job, it will also help attract new employers and new industries to the county.

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Latest education news

£4m school move proposed

Proposals are being considered for pupils and staff at St Leonard's Primary School, Stafford, to move from their current Victorian building to a new, larger site five minutes' walk away on the site of the current Kingston Centre.
Date:
19 March 2021

School refurbishments given the green light

A total of £18 million will be allocated to improve Staffordshire classrooms, outdoor spaces and expand the schools that need it over the next year.
Date:
17 March 2021

Staffordshire schools ready to open to more pupils

Thousands of pupils across Staffordshire have returned to school today (March 8) for the first time in 2021.
Date:
07 March 2021

Regular Covid Testing Encouraged as All Pupils Return to School

Teachers, parents and secondary school children are all being encouraged to get regularly tested for Covid, as schools open to all pupils next week.
Date:
03 March 2021

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