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Flexi-schooling: guidance

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Last updated on 21 March 2017
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Can 'flexi-schooling' arrangements be put in place? We look at whether children can be educated both at home and at school, and what schools should consider before agreeing to requests. You'll also find advice on responsibility for the achievement of flexi-schooled pupils and recording attendance.

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Contents

  1. 1 Rights of parents and headteachers
  2. 2 Factors to consider
  3. 3 Responsibility for pupil progress
  4. 4 Agreements with parents
  5. 5 The National Curriculum
  6. 6 Recording attendance
  7. 7 Ofsted inspection
  8. 8 FAQs

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