Schools & childrens welfare - Appeal truancy allegation

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Based on resolver's experience, parents are responsible for ensuring that their children receive a full time education either by sending them to school or educating them themselves. If your child is absent from school, even just for a day, without prior notification, you will be contacted by the school or the local authority's education welfare officer. Children can only miss school if they are ill or if the school granted authorisation. If you wish to appeal a truancy allegation, you should first contact the school's head teacher.

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