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Derbyshire County Council have a requirement to collect part-time timetable information from all schools.
Part-time timetable guidance has been revised to help clarify the definition of part- time timetables and re-emphasise that parental consent, agency involvement and a robust multi-agency plan are an essential requirement, prior to a part-time timetable commencing. This is of particular significance for both Children in Care and children and young people with an Education and Health Care Plan.
The notification process has been further simplified and now includes links to online forms for:
Please address queries regarding the part-time timetables guidance to the following email: CS.email@example.com
Alternatively, if there are technical queries associated with the completion and uploading of the forms please email: CS.firstname.lastname@example.org
Supporting inclusion within schools
On 1 September 2016 new statutory guidance was introduced to enable us to implement the legal duty for children missing education (CME).
We're committed to ensuring every child and young person in the county has the opportunity to grow up in a safe community.
Referring a child missing from education.
What to do when a pupil moves abroad.
Some of the preventative measures schools should take to stop children going missing from education.
What to do when new pupils do not arrive at your school.
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