Failure to Send a Child to School and Prosecutions

A parent could be found guilty of a criminal offence under section 444 of the Education Act 1996 If a child is of a compulsory school age and is a registered pupil at a school and fails to attend regularly at the school.

Such offences can attract fines or even a prison sentence.

If you are in such a difficulty you will need specialist education law advice - call us today.


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