26th February 2019 (9 – 10.30 am) Chelmsford, Essex
The School attendance, requirement and enforcement briefing will provide a foundation of the law and the process schools should take to ensure pupils receive the education they have a legal requirement to receive. The briefing will enable participants to build on knowledge helping you to handle common issues that arise on a day-to-day basis in a confident and professional manner. The February briefing will cover:
- Non-school attendance
- Necessary process/evidence
Natasha Taylor, Dispute Resolution and Enforcement Legal Services Manager and Solicitor at ELS
Natasha deals with criminal law, child protection, environmental, education, mental health, discrimination matters, licensing and public inquiries. Due to her wealth and depth of experience in the public sector, Natasha has been involved in a number of influential projects, including being invited to advise the European Commission on matters of law and procedure.
T: 0333 013 9611
James Hutchon, , Dispute Resolution and Enforcement Paralegal at ELS
James has experience and regularly appears before the Magistrates Court prosecuting matters of non-school attendance and breaches of Parenting Orders. James also appears before the Family Proceedings Court in applications for Education Supervision Orders and breaches of Education Supervision Orders. In addition James clerks school exclusion appeals and regularly advises the local authority on issues pertaining to education.
T:0333 013 9653
Date: Tuesday 26th February 2019
Time: 9.00-10.30am (Registration from 8.45am)
Venue: The Council Chamber, County Hall, Duke Street, Chelmsford, Essex