Websites of our associated organisations
Service Children's Education (SCE) is an Agency of the MOD and is dedicated to the education of the children of Service families and MOD personnel serving outside of the United Kingdom.
The National College for School Leadership (NCSL) works to make a difference to children's lives through excellent school leadership – growing and supporting current and future school leaders.
Children's Education Advisory Service is a Tri-Service organisation funded by the MOD. It was established to provide information and support to Service families and eligible MOD civilians on all aspects of the education of their children in the UK and overseas.
The Service Children in State Schools (SCISS) Working Group was set up at the request of the DfES to look into the issues and concerns, including mobility and funding, that were being raised by Head Teachers of state schools with Service Children in the United Kingdom.
QCDA develops the National Curriculum, which defines the knowledge, understanding and skills to which children and young people are entitled. It regulates the public examination system and works to ensure that both are accessible to people with different abilities.
The Department for Children, Schools and Families leads work across Government to ensure that all children and young people: stay healthy and safe; secure an excellent education and the highest possible standards of achievement; enjoy their childhood; make a positive contribution to society and the economy; have lives full of opportunity, free from the effects of poverty.
The HIVE Information Service is a tri-Service information network, available to all members of the service community. Find out about relocation, local unit and civilian facilities, places of interest, schools and further education, housing, healthcare facilities, employment and training opportunities in your location.
SSAFA provide support for the serving men and women in today's Armed Forces and for those who have served - even if it was only for a single day. They also care for the needs of their families and dependants.
The Army Welfare Service has three strands, Community Support, Personal Support and Administration, all of which play an essential part in providing the best possible professional and confidential welfare support for service personnel and their families wherever they are located.
ArmyNET has been developed as a result of the experiences of serving soldiers and their families, with regard to the passage of information within the Army. ArmyNET aims to provide the entire Army community with a single portal, which it can access from anywhere in the world, in order to get authoritative information on what is going on.
Official site of British Forces Germany, providing information for Service and civilian staff on the BFG organisation, welfare, support services and events.
This site is a short-cut to information you will find helpful if you are posted to Cyprus.