Information guides

TM’s Equality and Social Justice Unit, access to justice series, information guide.

Any decision to exclude a pupil from school must be ‘lawful, reasonable and fair’.

Information guide on LGTB+ support in the traveller community.

Safety and security and the right to live free from fear and harassment are your basic human rights. No one should be the target of hate crime.

TM’s Equality and Social Justice Unit, access to justice series, information guide.

An EHCP is a local authority plan for children and young people aged up to 25 who need extra support because they have a disability and/or learning difficulty.

All children in England between the ages of 5 and 16 are entitled to a free place in a state school.

A child or young person has SEN if they have a learning difficulty or disability which means they need extra support to learn.

Children must be in full-time education from their 5th birthday until they are 16 years of age.

You must apply to the council for a school place for your child; pupils don’t automatically get a place. This applies whether your child is transferring from primary to secondary, or starting a new school after moving to a new area.

A short guide to the main things you should know about children and local authority care proceedings.

 
 
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