Leigh on Sea News - education

Consultation launched on school admission arrangements for 2022/23

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council is consulting on proposed admission arrangements for community schools in the Borough for the school year 2022/23.

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Libraries closed but Click and Collect and home delivery set to continue

Following the Government announcement of a period of lockdown (commencing today, Thursday 5 November), the council is pleased to announce that residents will still have access to the Click and Collect and home library delivery services.

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Food voucher scheme launched for adult college learners

A new support project for students at Southend Adult Community College will see free food and drink made available for any student that may be struggling during the pandemic.

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Council partner with Google Digital Garage to deliver free digital skills webinar

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council are teaming up with Google Digital Garage to offer a free live training webinar for individuals and businesses on 22 October 2020.

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Consultation launched on possible amalgamation of Chalkwell Hall schools

Local parents, teachers and members of the community are being asked to give their thoughts on the possibility of amalgamating Chalkwell Hall Infants School and Chalkwell Hall Junior School.

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Avatar army assembles in Southend-on-Sea

An avatar army has assembled in Southend-on-Sea to assist children in attending classes when they are unable to physically be in the classroom.

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Helpline launched for parents concerned about school during COVID-19

A support helpline has being set up for parents who have concerns about sending their children to school due to COVID-19.

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Cabinet to consider consultation on amalgamation of Chalkwell Hall schools

The council’s cabinet is to consider starting a formal consultation on the potential amalgamation of Chalkwell Hall Infants School and Chalkwell Hall Junior School.

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Additional Southend secondary school preference following changes to 11+ exam

Parents and pupils will have an additional secondary school preference to select this year. This follows changes made to the 11+ exam in the wake of recent Government guidance and Coronavirus.

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Southend-on-Sea pupils receive GCSE results

Pupils across Southend-on-Sea received their GCSE results yesterday (Thursday 20 August).

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“I can’t wait to see my friends” – campaign reassures parents about going back to school

A campaign to reassure parents about children going back to school in September has been launched by Southend-on-Sea Borough Council.

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Exam results: what is happening in Southend-on-Sea?

Over the next few weeks students across Southend-on-Sea will receive their GCSE and A-Level results despite not sitting their exams because of Coronavirus...

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Multi-agency team to support schools’ return in September

A multi-agency group of professionals has been set up to support Southend schools safe return in September in line with Government guidance.

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Southend Council: Our Letter to Support Schools

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council has expressed its full support to all state funded schools in the borough confirming trust in their professional judgement as they are due to reopen.

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Outstanding Thundersley school now branded inadequate after serious safeguarding concerns raised

The King John School in Thundersley has been branded inadequate after inspectors raised concerns about safeguarding issues. 

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Southend schools showing high performance across all key stages

The excellent performance of Southend schools following summer tests and examinations will be discussed by the council’s cabinet next week.

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Giving your child the best start

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Leigh School's Set for Merger

Official Southend Borough Council Press Release

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Apply now for September 2015 secondary school places

Official Southend Borough Council Press Release

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The 11+: What happens if your child doesn’t pass?

Just three weeks ago, hundreds of children across the borough sat their 11+ tests, and in just a matter of hours the results will be in!

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