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Future 11 Booking form 2016

This activity is designed to help Year 11 students with the transition from GCSEs through to sixth form.

Please complete this form for more information. Indicate which event/activity you are interested in by completing an interest form and selecting up to 3 dates when your school would like to attend using 1, 2, 3  to show your preferences.

If you are interested in more than one visit, please complete a separate interest form for each visit.

Please note that by completing this form this will only register your interest and your request is still subject to confirmation.

Bookings will be dealt with on a first come, first served basis and are subject to availability. The member of staff leading the activity will contact you within 10 working days of registering your interest and to confirm your booking.

If you would like further information about any of the above activities,  please call 0191 227 4323 or email

 

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