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European Commission Making Headway

Added: May 28, 2013 | General News

Roma integration in Europe

European Commission Vice-President Viviane Reding and Commissioner László Andor met with civil society organisations such as the European Roma Information Office, the European Roma Education Fund, Amnesty International and the Roma Grassroots Organisations Network to discuss Roma integration in Europe on 15th May 2013. The meeting...

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European Commission making headway on Roma integration

Added: May 20, 2013 | General News

European Commission Vice-President Viviane Reding (Justice, Citizenship and Fundamental Rights) and Commissioner László Andor (Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion) will today meet with civil society organisations to discuss Roma integration in Europe. Today’s Roma Roundtable event brings together key players from Roma civil society – such as the European Roma...

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SATS Guidance from DfE for children not at base school

Added: May 8, 2013 | General News

The pupil should have been registered at the home school during the pupil registration window and will appear on the attendance register at this school. The home school should mark the child as absent on the attendance register and then provide an absent code for the child’s TA submission. If...

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Fair Access Protocols

Added: March 26, 2013 | General News

This is advice from the Department for Education. The advice is non-statutory. It sets out principles to ensure that children without a school place are found one as quickly as possible by clarifying expectations on local authorities and schools and ensuring that, when necessary, disputes about individual cases are escalated...

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Advice on School Attendance

Added: March 25, 2013 | General News

Advice from DfE on on using pupil registers and attendance codes, and setting the school day and year. Applies to England.

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