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Under the 1988 Education Reform Act a complaints procedure has been drawn up by the Local Authority to enable parents to express concern about the school curriculum and other related matters including the provision of Religious Education and Collective Worship.


In the first instance parents should discuss their concerns with the class teacher or the Headteacher.  Should the issue not be resolved the matter may then be the subject of a formal complaint and if appropriate referred to the Governing Body in writing.  If the complaint is still unresolved a parent may then make formal representation in writing to the Local Education Authority.  A copy of the Authority's Complaints Procedure is available for inspection in school.

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