Tag Archives: Alternative Provision

Ombudsman Decision: Boy Left Without Educational Provision In Norfolk For 5 Years

The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman has recently published a case where Norfolk Council must reimburse £1,500 the family spent obtaining professional reports and pay the parents £5000 for their child’s lost opportunities for education and support, plus £500 for their avoidable distress caused by the Council’s faults.

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How does Ofsted end up asking local authorities about home education?

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alternative provision to avert permanent school exclusion

This is the third post in my guide to school exclusion in order that the all-important conversations with the school and with the local authority – especially if the child has a statement of SEN or EHCP – can happen much earlier in the process. Continue reading