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The Educational Achievement of Army Children: A study by the Army Families Federation and York St John University

In 2015 the Army Families Federation commissioned research with York St John’s University, to look at the attainment of Army children in comparison to their civilian peers. The research investigated pupils in Year 6 and 10/11 and also included interviews with teachers and parents

Research on experiences of Service families with children with Additional Learning Needs in education in Wales

A report into the identification, assessment and support of Service children with Additional Learning Needs in Wales, June 2018

Children's Commissioner report: Kin and Country

The Children's Commissioner reports on Service children's 'Children's Voices' following interviews with primary and secondary children.

The SCiP Alliance stakeholder consultation 2018

The Service Children’s Progression Alliance commissioned a consultation exercise with existing and potential stakeholders to inform the Alliance's strategic priorities and identify the services, activities and opportunities that would enable practitioners to further support the educational success and progression of Service children.

Our Partners

  • Army Families Federation
  • Army Welfare Service
  • Bath Spa University
  • Directorate of Children and Young People
  • Hampshire County Council
  • King's College London, Centre for Military Health Research
  • Naval Families Federation
  • NCOP Higher York (Future HY)
  • North Yorkshire County Council
  • RAF Families Federation
  • The Royal British Legion
  • Royal Caledonian Education Trust
  • Service Children in State Schools
  • The University of Stirling
  • The University of Winchester
  • Wiltshire Council