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2009-11-23 21:44
My school does not have enough dinner ladies – is there a legal minimum?The answer to this is not really. Schools are en loco parentis (in the place of parents) and clearly have a duty… Read More
2009-11-06 21:08
Ofsted reports; what does ‘satisfactory’ actually mean?In everyday life, if we hear the term satisfactory we tend to assume it is anything but! Not good enough. Whilst it may be… Read More
2009-11-01 17:15
My child requires special medication – I am concerned that the school will not be able to cope with this. This is one I've heard on several occasions.Schools are increasingly used to h… Read More
2009-10-19 21:11
Can I be sure my child is eating their school dinners?This question is usually raised by parents of very small children. You should be reassured by the school that part of the role of the mi… Read More
2009-10-12 20:48
The most common of these is the assertion by parents that their child's reading books are too easy.I have heard this said by parents in the past but it is my belief that it is usually borne… Read More
2009-10-08 20:07
I don’t want my child in school assemblies. Do I have a say?Absolutely. Schools have a statutory obligation to perform what the law calls a ‘daily act of worship’ and, in t… Read More
2009-10-04 11:17
We often still tend to talk about children ‘getting expelled’ although for a long while now the term has changed to ‘excluded’. There has been a huge drive by local a… Read More
2009-09-29 20:36
In days gone by schools used to be able to take action themselves to attempt to address this problem. The school nurse was often referred to as Nitty Nora. She would be responsible for check… Read More
2009-09-23 21:09
I want to take my child on holiday during term time. Is this my right?Bottom line is ‘no’. Schools, or more accurately Headteachers, have the ability to authorise leave for all s… Read More

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