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Careers : Primary School Careers Education
Thurrock Careers is now offering information, advice and guidance sessions to all primary schools across Thurrock. The sessions are aimed at raising aspirations and helping children understand both the world of work and the great opportunities that Thurrock can offer.

The programme was originally run as a pilot, which demonstrated excellent outcomes. Since then, the response has been overwhelming with more schools choosing to buy this service for their students in Years 5 and 6.
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PQBI - School Workforce Census ****WEBINAR**** - 10 October 2018
14 Sep
The School workforce census (SWF) is an annual statutory requirement which was introduced in 2010 by the Department for Education. It is a collection of data about each member of teaching and support staff working in local authorities, local authority-maintained schools and academies.
Thurrock Education Awards 2018
11 Sep
Nominations for the Education awards close on 22nd September. Schools / Academies - please don't forget to put forward your nominations before the closing date
ADHD Support Group
13 Aug
Do you feel alone? That you are the only person going through this? This is a group for parents that are all going through similar situations; we can all support each other. If you just want to chat or someone to lean on, then this group is for you! Time: 10am – 12pm Dates 2018: 4th September, 18th September 2nd October, 16th October 13th November, 27th November 11th December Venue: Tilbury Children’s Centre, London Road, Tilbury, Essex, RM18 8EY
Thurrock Education Awards 2018
24 Jul
For more information, please follow this website: https://www.thurrock.gov.uk/education-awards/celebrating-excellence-in-education
Childcare Sufficency - Final Report - May 2018
09 Jul
Childcare Sufficiency - Final Report - May 2018 30-hours childcare was rolled-out across England and Thurrock from September 2017, after a series of test programmes and early implementation. It aims to provide funded early years provision for up to a maximum of 30 hours per week (based on 38 weeks of the year, a maximum of 1,140 hours per year) for children of working parents. The funding follows set criteria, and parents must apply for a code to gain access to the funding, updating their details regularly the weekly total within the annual maximum hours. More information can be found on the government's childcare service: www.childcarechoices.gov.uk... Please see the full report attached.