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Dealing with parents’ objections to enrichment activities

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Last updated on 6 July 2017
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How can we manage parents’ objections to certain activities? This article relays advice from three of our associate education experts, a union and a law firm on handling parents’ objections to enrichment activities. It also points to further articles on parental consent and equality considerations.

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  1. 1 Rights
  2. 2 Establishing a dialogue
  3. 3 Explaining the rationale for the activities
  4. 4 Possible next steps
  5. 5 Parental consent for off-site activities
  6. 6 Equality Act considerations

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