Some schools organise work experience placements for students. More information can be found directly from your school and on YouthTube - the website for young people in Hampshire.
Most schools offer a wide variety of clubs and acivities, before, during and after the school day. These vary from school to school. Most school websites list the clubs and activities they offer and the times at which they take place .Some schools also offer holiday play schemes.
Some schools offer students a breakfast before the start of the school day.
Grants may be available for students aged between 16 - 19 who attend a community (LEA) maintained school sixth-form and whose parents are on a low income.
Contact the Student Support Unit for further help, advice and application forms.
The availability of nurses working in schools varies from school to school.
Schools organise visits and information to students. Some schools have a buddy system to make the move easier for younger students.
The governing body is responsible for a pupil's educational record being made available for their parent to see, free of charge, within fifteen school days of receipt of the parent's written request.