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The Family Support Service needs your help!

Under the Education & Skills Act 2008, Buckinghamshire Council must track what young people are doing after Year 11 and encourage them to continue learning. Your local Family Support Worker will share a list of young people who attended your school in the past, but their current activity is not known to us.

Please check those on the list and update us about their current activity if you are able to? Legally, schools must tell us about the students they have on roll, and must also tell us if a Year 12 or 13 student enrolled, but left all their courses early. Any additional information about their status will also help us to target our support.  Any queries, please contact: helen.lee@buckinghamshire.gov.uk , 07768 173399 

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