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    Starting secondary in UK. Advice please?

    Sorry if my question’s not clear ? is it better for her to start year 7 in Jan 2019 (having missed 4 months or so?) Or repeat year 6 for 6 months and go into year 7 in Sept 2019? Would love your thoughts. Thanks
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    Starting secondary in UK. Advice please?

    Thanks so much for your response @newjez I absolutely would want to enrol into a school between Jan and August! My question is, what year would she go into? Would she be repeating year 6 in that time? And then start secondary in Aug/Sept? Re location - we’re probably looking at Kent/Surrey but it’s TBC.
  3. First time writing on this forum. We are thinking of moving back to UK (we left London in late 2010 and spent 2 yrs in Singapore, then the past 5 years in Sydney). Hubby is Aussie and I am Irish. Daughter is 12 in Nov and currently in Year 6. She’ll be going to secondary (year 7) in Jan (if we stay in Oz). Other daughter is 6. If we leave for the UK in Jan, will my eldest be eligible to go to secondary in UK in Aug/Sept? Would it work like that? Any advice would be gratefully appreciated. Thanks. 
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    When is the best month to arrive? (school enrolment)

    First time writing on this forum. We are thinking of moving back to UK (we left London in late 2010 and spent 2 yrs in Singapore, then the past 5 years in Sydney). Hubby is Aussie and I am Irish. Daughter is 12 in Nov and in Year 6. She’ll be going to secondary (year 7) in Jan (if we stay in Oz). Other daughter is 6. If we leave for the UK in Jan, will my eldest be eligible to go to secondary in UK in Aug/Sept? Would it work like that? Any advice would be gratefully appreciated. Thanks.
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