Schools & childrens welfare - Excessive charges for extras/trips
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Based on resolver's experience, a school can charge for extracurricular activites, such as a visit to a theatre. In some cases, the local education authority may have a remissions policy and parents on a low income will not be charged. The local education authority and governing body must draw up a charging policy setting out the chargeable activities. A school may also ask for voluntary contributions towards activities. The charging policy must give details of voluntary charges that may be requested.
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