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Written information for parents: requirements
When must schools put information for parents in writing? We look at what schools must put in writing, including specific policies, pupil reports, notification of exclusion and responses to requests for information. You will also find advice on whether schools must provide parents with hard copies.
- Documents that must be made available to parents
- Responding to queries
- Responding to requests for information
- Format for written information
- Tips on writing to parents
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