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Independent review panel hearings for permanent exclusions

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Last updated on 30 March 2017
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Is there guidance on independent review panels for permanently excluded pupils? We relay statutory guidance on independent review panels, covering parents’ rights, timescales, the constitution of the panel and the process to be followed. You will also find advice on delaying or adjourning a review.

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Contents

  1. 1 Informing parents of their rights
  2. 2 Deadline to request a hearing
  3. 3 Responsibility for organising reviews
  4. 4 Delaying or adjourning a review
  5. 5 Appointing a review panel
  6. 6 Training for panel members
  7. 7 The SEN expert
  8. 8 Decision and outcomes
  9. 9 Record keeping
  10. 10 Notifying parties of the outcome

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