Monday, 31 October 2016

Parents' Guide to Education in Shropshire 2017/18

This booklet provides parents with the basic information they need to access early, primary and secondary education, both with and without sixth forms, and support for Special Needs. We advise that you read it carefully before making an application for a school. Application can be made online or by contacting the Admissions Team. You may need to refer to this booklet even after you have made your application, as it contains other important information about admissions, transport and other matters.

To download the guide please click on link below:

Shropshire School Admissions

Friday, 28 October 2016

Tesco delivers to British Forces Post Office (BFPO) Addresses

If you’ve got family serving in the armed forces overseas, you’ll want an easy and reliable way to send them gifts. With effect from 17th October, Tesco direct is partnering with the British Forces Post Office (BFPO) to help you do just that.
When you order gifts from Tesco direct, you can arrange for them to be sent to a BFPO address overseas for exactly the same cost as for a standard home delivery within the UK.
We’ll deliver your items to BFPO HQ. From there, they’ll be sent to the chosen BFPO address overseas for no extra cost.
To find out how to place, track and manage your BFPO orders, visit the Tesco direct BFPO page.
So, remember to make Tesco direct your first port of call when you’re looking for gifts to send your loved ones overseas this Christmas and Armistice Day.
Click HERE for more information

Thursday, 27 October 2016

Thursday, 20 October 2016

Armed Forces Covenant - Employment and Pensions Support

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To learn more about employment and pension support visit:
and follow the link to 'Support & Advice'

Monday, 10 October 2016

Forces Help to Buy Scheme Extended to 2018

The Secretary of State for Defence today announced the excellent news that the very popular Forces Help To Buy scheme will be extended into 2018. As you will be aware, the scheme which was launched in 2014, allows serving military personnel to borrow up to half their salary up to a cap of £25,000, interest free over ten years so they can buy their first home, extend a current one or move up the property ladder.

The news is featured on the Armed Forces Covenant website and includes comments from L/Cpl Baffour Asante whose family has benefitted from the scheme.