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Who's Who In My Child's Secondary School?

At Key Stage 4, you might find that your child has most contact with his/her class (form) teacher, subject teachers and, perhaps, a careers adviser. In school, there will also be a head teacher and deputy head teacher. There may also be a ‘head of year' or ‘pastoral' teacher looking after your child's general welfare. He/she may also have contact with outside agencies that give advice on career and further education possibilities such as Aimhigher.

In addition, the Connexions Direct service is available for children between the ages of 13 and 19 to give information and advice on ‘getting where you want to be'. Students may have access to a personal adviser who can give information, advice and practical help.