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Virtual learning platform: parental consent

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Last updated on 3 July 2017
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Do schools need parental consent for pupils to use virtual learning platforms? We relay advice from the DfE and one of our associate education experts, and set out guidance from our expert relating to handling parent concerns about safeguarding, cyber-bullying and internet security.

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  1. 1 Parental consent: is it a requirement?
  2. 2 Safeguarding

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