Under the regulations of the Education Reform Act (1988) parents have the right to make representation to the school, the Board of Directors and ultimately the Secretary of State where they feel that the school is not meeting the requirements of the Act with particular regard to;
- The National Curriculum and Exemption from the National Curriculum
- Religious Education and Collective Worship
- Approved Qualifications
- Charging Policies
- Provision of Information to Parents
The Secretary of State expects that any concerns expressed by parents and others about the school curriculum and related matters will continue to be considered and, so far as possible, dealt with in an informal discussion with teachers and/or the Principal in the first instance. If a complaint cannot be resolved as described above, then a letter should be sent to the Chair of the Board of Directors.
Please see documents below relating to complaints and concerns procedure.