The following outlines a range of information that may be useful if you are considering moving to the Hampshire region or already live here and want to find out more.
Information on the towns and cities across Hampshire
Information on Education in Hampshire
What's on and things to do in Hampshire
Useful information and links if you are considering moving to or within Hampshire
Below you can read the Children & Young People Plan. The guiding principle of this plan is that in Hampshire each and every child really does matter. If you want to find out more about education in Hampshire then click onto Education in Hampshire which will take you through to the Children's Services website. Here you will find a plethora of information relating to education.
Why not find out more about the benefits available to you if you choose to work in a Hampshire school?
Find out about discounts on a variety of services from health to holiday, legal to leisure and much more. Hampshire County Council staff can look at the Staff Benefits Page on the County Council's intranet for details of special offers available by special arrangement with local businesses and organisations.
Kaarp Benefits provide online discounts for public sector employees. To find out more: www.kaarp.com using log-in ID:- ‘kaarp’, and password – ‘benefits’
Teacher specific benefits:
Hampshire County Council makes no guarantee as to the validity of any offers and staff are advised to make comparison with other suppliers before committing themselves to purchase any of these offers.
High quality professional learning is the most powerful tool we have to raise standards and improve the quality of learning for our pupils. The aim of the Hampshire Teaching and Leadership College (HTLC) is to develop and enrich professional learning for all staff in Hampshire schools by offering support in:
Visit HLTC website for further information.
The National College of Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) contains a wealth of information to support professional development, leaders and schools.