Education

Meeting needs overseas

Before you take up an overseas posting, you must get educational clearance for your children to ensure they can be supported in your new location. It’...

Ruby’s story

Part of AFF’s work this year is to focus on service youngsters – their voice and views of army family life. Nine-year-old Ruby Callaby has moved schoo...

Members of the board

THERE are so many unique experiences to being an army child; frequent moves, parental separation and educational challenges. AFF is working with the U...

Sharing experiences

Rebecca Wakefield (pictured above), head of community support for the Army Welfare Service, tells us about her role... How do you work with Ser...

Gathering evidence

ARMY&YOU caught up with Phil Dent (pictured above), head of community engagement, social justice and impact at the University of Winchester, to fi...

‘Don’t panic over primary places’

Today (Tuesday 16th April) sees the announcement of the primary school places for September 2019. Hopefully you will be thrilled at your offer – but w...

SEND support for families

Moving back to the UK from your overseas posting can mean mixed emotions. However, when you have children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilit...

A good fit for the Forces

Parent Sarah Myers shares her children's experience of boarding at Highfield School and explains why it's a good fit for other Forces Families... ...