Guidance for parents
Guidance on various topics such as home schooling, bullying and school complaints.
Exclusions and Alternative Provision
The Alternative Provision Strategic Lead and Exclusions Officer make educational provision for those children who, for a variety of reasons, are not able to attend school.
Bullying and harassment Strategy
Dorset priority issue: To reduce the experience of bullying and discriminatory behaviour.
- Exclusion of pupils
Has your child been excluded from school? We have provided the following guidance to help you through this situation.
Most children will usually attend their local school, but for various reasons, some parents decide to undertake the responsibility for their child's education outside of the school system. This is known as elective home education (EHE).
School complaints procedure
Something has happened at school, and you wish to register a complaint - what can you do?
The Education Act states that parents and carers must ensure that their children of school age receive suitable education. For most children this is full time schooling.
Raising of the Participation Age (RPA)
The Government has increased the age to which all young people in England must continue in education or training.
- Information on work experience for secondary schools
Information on work experience for secondary schools