Committed to the education of Gypsy, Roma and Travellers of Irish Heritage, Fairground, Circus, New and Bargee children and young people


NATT+ Responses

Response to Nick Gibb’s Letter

Added: May 8, 2016 | General News, NATT+ Responses

The following is the response by ACERT, NATT+, The Traveller Movement, Friends, Families and Travellers and Roma Support Group to Nick Gibb’s letter of 15th January 2016.

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In Year Admissions

Added: December 20, 2012 | NATT+ Responses

At our last meeting with the Department in November 2012 we asked the questions below:

  • how is DfE Admissions policy dealing with the problem of GRT children entering schools, in particular at – early years, year 7 and post 16 education?
  • how is DfE Admissions ensuring that travelling children...

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Exclusions Consultation

Added: February 16, 2012 | NATT+ Responses

NATT+ Response in Agreement with ACERT

The Education Act 2011 established new arrangements by which a governing body’s decision to uphold a permanent exclusion can be reviewed. A consultation sought comments on the revised regulations and guidance. The draft regulations that accompanied the consultation covered maintained schools.

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NATT+ Consultation Response

Added: August 3, 2011 | NATT+ Responses

NATT + has responded to the Government consultation on changes to planning for Gypsy and Traveller communities.

On 29 August 2010, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government announced the Government’s intention to withdraw the existing traveller planning circulars (Circular 01/2006: Planning for Gypsy and Traveller Caravan Sites and...

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Client Held Records

Added: June 19, 2011 | NATT+ Responses

NATT+ Response to DfE

DfE Pupil Record – formerly know as the DfE/NATT Red Book

NATT+ are delighted that the Minister and the Department have responded to concerns raised regarding possible barriers to continuity of education for Gypsy Roma Traveller pupils. We are most grateful for the opportunity to respond.


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