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Dennic

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    Year 10 school help needed

    Hi all, we might be moving back to uk this August! Although part of me is happy about this I am worried sick that I might mess up my child's education my son is in year 9 at the moment in Perth, if we go back in August he will be able to join year 10 in uk for the start of the year in September but I'm not sure if this is a good idea or not, has anyone done this? My biggest worry is... will he be far behind? As he hasn't picked subjects how will he get on? does the year 9 assessments go towards their end of year 10 grades? Thank you
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    Stuck between a rock & hard place!

    We had decided to return for a year or two spend some extra time with family and so on, we've all had a chat and if we go back before his year 10 then that would be sept 2016. But before our final decision we will look into all of your information so thank you all for giving food for thought we've already sorted work for husband and would be moving back into our house so basically slipping back into old life so our only worry is the education. Our properties are on the out skirts of London so we feel if we're there we can get things done quicker, but also on the other side of that coin will be if the kids (and myself) want to come back to oz lol
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    Stuck between a rock & hard place!

    Congratulations sounds like it worked out nicely for you guys
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    Stuck between a rock & hard place!

    Thanks for the info I'll have a look into that, as for council tax we've been on the phone to them and they stopped any discounts, you have to pay the monthly tax regardless so that's an extra £175 a month, hopefully it will be rented out asap and we can look into the online auction
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    Stuck between a rock & hard place!

    We had sold subject to contracts way back in June when our tenants moved out (they also didn't allow any one in till they moved out) we was told it was a cash buyer ready to go..... after constant messing about on their part 4 and half months (empty and us having to pay mortgage and council tax) they pulled out on the day of completion (pissed off big time) that was Friday just gone, Saturday hubby gave it over to a friend that owns a letting agency so will now be rented again, he is so angry with the whole thing and being so far made it difficult with getting people to answer phones/emails that he has now decided that he wants us to move back for a year to do up both properties and sell them at the same time At first I was over the moon with this idea as I've had a feeling of wanting to return but now on reflection my children's education is most important I found out that uk year 10 sit exams and a lot of course work goes towards the grades so my son won't have time to do all the work that goes towards the gcse Might have to get him to hold off for an extra year before deciding lol my head is in stress mode
  6. Hi all, just after a little advice please we might have to return back to London at the end of next year so looking at December 2016 Jan 2017 we have found that selling property from oz is hard, so have decided to return so we can get both property's ready and sold. now my biggest problem is....... my oldest child would be going into year 10 in February 2017 so would have already missed 3 months of year 10 in uk because they start the new school year in sept so my question is will he be able catch up to sit gcse? will missing year 10 in oz be a problem in the long run for him? can he come back and go into year 11? I am so worried that we are going to end up messing his education up has anyone had a child go into uk year 10 from oz All help is needed and welcomed
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    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    It is with great pleasure that I can now say woohoo PR granted this morning and to say we're over the moon would be an understatement good luck to everyone waiting
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    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    WA but our bridging visa was processed NSW so I'm thinking that's where our whole application is being processed
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    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    I can't seem to add my details on the spreadsheet can anyone help please
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    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Woohoo nomination approved fingers crossed visa isn't to far behind :laugh: visa decision ready 4/6/15 family of 5
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    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Someone on another site got PR today 2nd June application
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    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @wag congratulations get the champagne out and enjoy hopefully 1st week of June are not far off now
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    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    All I know is we was put on bridging visa A on the 05/06/2015 i was told if I wanted to travel then I have to call immi and that might help as they have to pull out the file so I'll give it a week then try that :wink:
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