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Banning troublemaking parents or visitors from school: model letters

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Last updated on 13 January 2017
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Is there a letter to ban an abusive parent from coming into school? We include model letters from the DfE, NAHT and two local authorities. We also refer to DfE guidance on barring individuals from the school site, and link to examples of letters from schools.

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  1. 1 Banning parents and visitors from the site: DfE guidance
  2. 2 Model letters to parents or visitors banning them from school
  3. 3 Schools' letters banning parents or visitors

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