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Children’s Education Advisory Service (CEAS) - Ministry of Defence provision for service families

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Who we are:

The Children’s Education Advisory Service (CEAS) within the Ministry of Defence provides advice, support and guidance to parents in all 3 services (Army, Navy and Air Force) and eligible Ministry Of Defence civilian families about the educational well-being of the children and young people including issues relating to Special Educational Needs. 

It can also advise educational establishments and local authorities about the educational well-being of the children and young people of Service families.

All advice given is impartial, child-centred and focuses on the best interests of the individual.


 

What we do:

CEAS advice to families, young people and services covers a wide range of educational issues including:


The CEAS team is made up of qualified teachers and experienced case advisors who answer question usually by e-mail or via the helpline.

E- mails are checked every working day and allocated to case workers to provide the required action.

Record Last Updated on: 24/10/2018

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