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Would you prefer a referral? What would you like to know about the UK education system?
Here Global Self-Education Platform provides you with a series of useful links to external resources.
Small Steps Big Learnings
Young Learner’s Hub at https://www.sajidumar.com/young-learners-corner/
Spiritual & Mental Wellbeing for kids at https://connect.noorkids.com/lionhearted-course/
Mindfulness & Wellbeing for kids via https://www.cosmickids.com/
Register for writers awards & peotry competition via https://ypn.poetrysociety.org.uk/opportunities_category/competitions/
Amazon Future Engineer offers free virtual coding programme for aged 12-17 years to help them build computer science skills via https://amazon.firetechcamp.com/python
Access over 2500 online courses from 140 institutions via https://www.edx.org
The World Bank Group opens call for accepting Young Professionals Program application to develop future leaders via https://www.worldbank.org/en/about/careers/programs-and-internships/young-professionals-program
Other external links
NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme (GMTS).
Education: The UK System
The UK education system is in five categories:
Pre-School: Children aged 3-4 are eligible for 15 hours per week nursery places. For asylum families, NASS number is required to be eligible. The nursery applies directly to the Local Authority for nusery vouchers.
Primary School: Children aged 5-11 must legally attend school.
Secondary School: This phase is for children aged 11-16. Year group is allocated to a child based on his/her date of birth. However, depending on your area of residence, school places are limited. Therefore, plan ahead and check with different schools for availability.
Futher: Teens from aged 16-18 will attend a sixth form, college, or may enrol for vocational and academic courses.
Higher: For aged 18 and above. This is the degree attainment phase. Usually, this can be attain through some colleges or universities. It requires enrollment onto a university degree course.
For more information, visit the websites of British Council, Study UK, Universities UK, and UCAS (if you are international or EU students) via
UK Private Universities
The University of Law. University of Buckingham. Regent’s University London. St Mary’s University. Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Plymouth Marjon University. Richmond, The American International University in London. Plymouth College of Art. European School of Economics. BPP University. British Institute of Technology BITE
Education for Asylums & Refugees
For an asylum seeker or a refugee who is applying to higher education in the UK, you may be supported with finance toward your studies. Full details can be found via the link below at
Free School Meal
All low income families, exceptional circumstances, and asylum seekers are eligible for Free School Meals via https://www.gov.uk/apply-free-school-meals
For immigration related information, visit the websites of GOV.UK-UKVCAS-MYUKVISAS via https://www.myukvisas.co.uk/
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