You can find out about schools, colleges and the new academies and how to apply for places within East Riding places of education. There is also information about schools and issues relating to your child's education.
List of all schools in the East Riding of Yorkshire searchable by key word or browsable by location.
Information on nursery, primary and secondary schools, academies, free schools, special schools, pupil referral units, home education and school admissions and catchment finder.
Explains when the school term dates are and if and how you can take your child out of school for a holiday or other event during term time.
Find out if and when schools are closed due to adverse weather, premises, staffing or other issues.
Information on parents' responsibilities, what happens if your child doesn't attend regularly, prosecution, the start and completion of compulsory education, support for pregnant schoolgirls, fines for unauthorised absence and home tuition.
Information on child behaviour, exclusions and alternative provision.
Training for teachers and other school staff in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Information and advice from the council (local authority) about your child with special educational needs.
If you want to complain about a school the council has set procedures which need to be followed. Find out how to make your complaint in this section.
Information on school menu food standards, allergies, intolerance and special diets, snacks and drinks, meal charges, free school meals and the schools meals team.
Are you entitled to any help with travel costs and how to apply, financial help studying for a part-time degree, can you apply education maintenance allowance and do you provide transport for students with disability or learning difficulties.
If your child travels to school using public transport we can provide you with information advice and guidance to ensure they remain safe and behave respectfully. We also provide information about if your child qualifies, and how to pay, for a bus pass.
Information on what's on offer and subscribers and non subscribers.
The National Curriculum is a blueprint used by schools to ensure that teaching standards are universally consistent. Find out about how our schools deliver the curriculum in this section.
Information on the role governors play in our schools and how you can become a school governor. There is also information and resources to help governors in their capacity.
Information and guidance for newly-qualified teachers working in the East Riding of Yorkshire from September 2012.
The School Improvement Service publishes eRiding.net, a website containing useful information and resources for schools. Find out how eRiding can help you.
Education and training opportunities for young people are available from a number of organisations including schools, colleges, local authority and private training providers.
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