Barring Parents from Schools - New DfE Guidance

Barring Parents from Schools - New DfE Guidance

Consultant: Steve BarkerDate posted: December 2018

The Department for Education has published guidance for maintained schools and academies advising them on how to control access to school premises, including barring parents and carers from schools. The guidance confirms that anyone on a school site, who should not be there, is trespassing. The guidance advises schools how to handle such situations.

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