The changes school may experience from the UK’s departure from the EU will depend on the deal the government have negotiated in principle being implemented and the future relationship between UK and the EU.
While final details of the UK's relationship with the EU have not yet been determined, the following general guidance is intended to help the general public become familiar with what is currently known and actions that can be taken ahead of exiting the EU.
Living and working in the UK
· EU citizens who have lived in the UK for five years or more when Brexit takes place have the right to work in the UK indefinitely by applying for 'settled status'
· EU citizens who have lived in the UK for less than five years before Brexit takes place have the right to work in the UK indefinitely by applying for 'pre-settled status' which they can change to 'settled status' when they have lived in the UK for five years or more
· EU citizens who arrive in the UK after Brexit takes place and want to work will be subject to any rules and agreements that are made between the UK and EU
· Similar separate agreements have been made with Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland
· EU citizens who have British, Irish or 'dual' citizenship, or have indefinite leave to enter or remain in the UK have the right to work in the UK indefinitely and do not need to apply for 'settled status'
You can find details of the 'settled status' scheme at
If you would like to have a discussion about any of the information above please contact the school on email@example.com