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Young people who have part time jobs often find it is a positive and rewarding experience. Many young people have part time jobs and The City of Doncaster Council want to make sure the jobs they do are safe and have no impact on their education or health and well-being.
Elective home education (EHE) is the term used by the Department for Education (DfE) to describe parents’ decisions to provide education for their children at home instead of sending them to school. This is different from home tuition provided by a local authority or education provided by a local authority other than at school
Children missing education are children of compulsory school age who are not registered pupils at a school and are not receiving suitable education otherwise than at a school. Children missing education are at significant risk of underachieving, being victims of harm, exploitation or radicalisation, and becoming NEET (not in education, employment or training) later in life.
There is a clear link between attendance and attainment. Being in school is important to a child’s achievement, wellbeing, and wider development. Evidence shows that the students with the highest attendance throughout their time in school gain the best GCSE and A Level results.
The Attendance and Pupil Welfare Service work with schools, parents and carers, pupils and other agencies to help reduce unnecessary absences from school.
A child taking part in any performance which can include (but is not limited to) TV appearances, filming, theatre, sporting activities or modelling will require a chaperone. Chaperones act in 'loco parentis' and should exercise the care which a parent would be expected to give that child.
To notify Doncaster Council if you are aware of any child or young person living in Doncaster and not on a school roll, and who is not receiving...