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Managing late collection of pupils
What should we do if a child is not collected on time? We relay advice from three of our associate education experts and representatives from two LAs on steps to take when a parent is repeatedly late to collect a child. We also look at local authority guidance and school policies on late collection.
- Establishing a clear procedure for late collection
- Dealing with parents who are persistently late in collecting children
- Responding when parents fail to collect their children
- Charging parents for late collection
- School policies on late and non-collection
- Local authority guidance on late collection
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