Apprenticeships - a great step onto the career ladder
 

With many young people coming out of university with debts of almost £30,000, apprenticeships are becoming an increasingly attractive option instead of college or higher education. There are no tuition fees and they allow young people to gain a nationally recognised qualification whilst also earning a wage.

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Think: Is A&E where you really need to be?
It’s easy to think that your local Accident and Emergency (A&E) department is the best and perhaps the only place to go for medical advice. However, did you know that you could get faster and more appropriate help from the wide range of other local health services available across Surrey?
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Safe Drive Stay Alive
Help keep your teenager safe on the roads

Safe Drive Stay Alive returns to Dorking Halls in November. This live production aims to make young people aware of their responsibilities as drivers and passengers and the possible consequences should these not be taken seriously.

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Local Assistance Scheme
Helping families in greatest need

The Local Assistance Scheme (LAS) provides emergency assistance for Surrey residents in a crisis or those needing help to set up or keep their home in the community. It’s open to all residents as long as they meet a few conditions.

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Proposed first university technical college in Surrey

Surrey County Council is working with partners and employers to explore the potential for a university technical college (UTC) in Surrey for 14-19 year olds, specialising in engineering and digital technologies. The proposed UTC in Guildford will be the first of its kind in Surrey offering an exciting alternative to secondary school provision – more opportunities for young people across the whole county.



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A Loan Shark is not just for Christmas!
It may only be the start of autumn but there is never a bad time to start planning and putting some money aside for Christmas. As ever, the Illegal Money Lending team urges you to avoid borrowing from a Loan Shark if you’re struggling this December.
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Read on. Get on
Let's get every child in the UK reading well

Ten Minutes a Day Could Change Everything.

Read On. Get On is a national campaign to get all our children reading well by the age of 11 and everyone can do something to help.

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New online home for CAMHS

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) website has moved to a new home and has a new look and feel.

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09 October 2014
Newsflash
1,000s of opportunities under one roof for young people
 

The Surrey Opportunities Fair returns to Epsom Down’s Race Course on Tuesday 14 October between 9.30am and 7pm. 

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Newsflash
October deadline for secondary school applications
 

The deadline for secondary school applications in Surrey (starting aged 11 years) is Friday 31 October 2014, but as this is in half term the School Admissions team suggest you submit your application by Friday 24 October 2014. Go to Secondary School Admissions for full details on the process.

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