MOD Who's Who
Do you hear about people who can help but are not sure exactly who they are or what they do? Do you wonder what all the letters stand for when someone signposts you to CEAS for example? There is a whole MOD department that provides support for Service children. This page outlines briefly who they are and what they do for you.
The Directorate Children & Young People (DCYP) is the department within the MOD for policy and strategy relating to Service children worldwide. They are based in Wiltshire. They have responsibility for the policy for Service children services and have various departments or projects to provide this support. These are explained in the following sections. If you would like to contact them directly, you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
CEAS provides advice and guidance to parents from all three Services, educational establishments and local authorities on educational issues relating to Service children, including issues relating to SEND.
They are a small team who can advise on individual children’s issues and difficulties arising from Service-induced mobility and parental deployment. This may include:
- Advice regarding education systems in the UK and worldwide
- Advice and support for school admissions and appeals
- Support for families with Special Educational Needs (SEND)
- Advice and guidance on MOD educational allowances, including Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA) and overseas allowances
- Specialist support
- Retention of quarters on educational grounds
Contact CEAS via their helpline on +44(0)1980 618244, or email: DCYP-CEAS-Enquiries@mod.uk
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