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RAF MARHAM SCHOOLS INFORMATION

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Local State Schools - Close to RAF Marham

Norfolk County Council operates on a 3 tier basis:
First School - 4 years approx. to 8 years
Junior School - 8 years to 12 years
High School - 12+ years

Under the provision of the 1980 Education Act, parents may exercise preference in the choice of schools for their children. Although this is an important principle, if parents do not choose the "designated" school (normally the nearest appropriate school to your home) they become responsible for their children's transport arrangements. The following is a breakdown of the "designated" schools for children living in Families Quarters at Marham. For further details, please contact the Headteacher of the school, the Local Education Authority (01553) 773643 or RAF Marham's Education Coordinator on Ext 7291.


School Vouchers

www.modchildcare.co.uk


School Transfer to RAF Marham - Information:
When you move to, or from Marham, make sure you have a transfer report and bring one with you when your family arrives here.


MARHAM VILLAGE PRESCHOOL

We are open from:
8.30 am - 3.00 pm - Monday - Friday (Term Time)

Location:
We are now based in the Annexe at the Junior School

Fees:
0ur fees for 2 year olds £3.35 per hour + 50p snack per day,
and for 3-4 year olds £3.25 per hour + 50p snack per day.

We are OFSTED registered and our staff are fully qualified. We take children from
the age of 2 years. (They don't have to be dry - nappy changing facilities are available)
We are registered to provide free places for all 3 year olds (15 hours per week) and we
also have places for 2 years old funding.

We aim to provide a warm, caring, fun atmosphere where your child can play, socialise
and learn to value other children and adults. They can learn in a safe environment,
belong and contribute to a strong community and work in a close partnership with
parents and carers. We place a strong emphasis on 'play with a purpose'.
We have room for up to 24 children each day.

We are a member of the Norfolk Years Support Network.

For more information please contact.

Sandra Ball: 07736 453 647
or 07950 753 877 Pre-School hours.
or email
marhamvillagepreschool@hotmail.com


RAF Marham Rainbow Centre

The Rainbow Centre (Marham) - Education at RAF Marham and pre-school facilities

Contact Details:
Mrs Dee Gent:
Telephone: (01760) 446161- Fax (01760) 338230
Military: (95951) Ext: 6161
E-Mail: dee@marhamrainbow.co.uk

Rainbow Centre Link

Marham Infant School

Marham Infant School
Upper Marham
King's Lynn
Norfolk
PE33 9LT
Tel 01760 337217

www.cherrytreeacademy.co.uk/



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Marham Junior School
Hillside
Marham
King's Lynn
Norfolk
PE33 9JJ
Tel 01760 337346

www.cherrytreeacademy.co.uk/



The Nicholas Hamond Academy

The Nicholas Hamond Academy
Brandon Road
Swaffham
Norfolk
PE37 7DZ
Tel 01760 721480

www.hamondshighschool.co.uk/


Hamonds High School - Sixth Form Centre
Tel 01760 725 090


Iceni Academy

Iceni Academy

We are a Secondary Academy about ten miles south of Marham.
For the past two years we have achieved the best results in West Norfolk and Ofsted graded us as good last year.

Mrs S Cutts
Transition Manager
Stoke Road
Methwold
Norfolk
IP26 4PE

(01366) 728 333

office@iceniacademy.org.uk
Twitter: @iceniacademy

www.iceniacademy.org.uk/


Special Needs Schooling

Special Needs cases should be referred to the CEAS helpline (01980) 618244 as soon as possible. They are able to offer a wide range of facilities and a number of special needs cases can be dealt with in the local schools; however, it is essential that a copy of the Statement and all supporting documents are available for the local authorities without delay. Local Education Authority Telephone Number : (01553) 773643


Boarding Schools - Serving RAF Marham

All Service Personnel considering boarding education for their children MUST first seek advice from CEAS (in accordance with JSP 752 chapter 9). They cannot claim any MOD allowances without doing this.

Children’s Education Advisory Service (CEAS)
Trenchard Lines
Upavon
Pewsey
Wiltshire
SN9 6BE
CEAS helpline (01980) 618244

Email
enquiries@ceas.detsa.co.uk
Website
www.ceas.mod.gov.uk


A wide selection of information on boarding schools, including the Youths who have reached school leaving age may take full-time/part-time courses at the College of West Anglia in King's Lynn. Further details may be obtained from the College - King's Lynn (01553) 761144. 'Which Schools?' database, is available in the Force Development Squadron.




RAF Marham Adult Education Classes
A varied programme of GCSE commercial and leisure classes is held in the Force Development Squadron Learning Centre on Station. Full details are available from the Learning Centre on Ext 7291. Many other adult education classes are run by Norfolk County Council and are held in various locations in the surrounding area.


RAF Marham Special Needs Schooling
Special Needs cases should be referred to the Agency for Service Children's Education and the LEA as soon as possible. They are able to offer a wide range of facilities and a number of special needs cases can be dealt with in the local schools; however, it is essential that a copy of the Statement and all supporting documents are available for the local authorities without delay. Telephone the Agency for Service Children's Education on GPTN 94727 Ext 2933/2934/2943 or BT (01962) 887945 (plus last 3 extension numbers).
Local Education Authority Telephone Number : (01553) 773643
.


The College of West Anglia
The College of West Anglia is one of the largest providers of education and training in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire and one of the most successful colleges in the country. The achievement and success of our students are the focus of everything we do and we have an excellent track record of developing the skills and talent of young people. We offer one of the widest ranges of courses across Norfolk and Cambridgeshire with amazing facilities and great training from industry experienced staff.
For more information please visit
cwa.ac.uk


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