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Exclusion hearings: parents who are unable to attend

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Last updated on 8 March 2017
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Can parents attend an exclusion hearing virtually? We relay advice on steps that can be taken when a parent cannot attend a hearing in person, where the school has made efforts to hold the meeting at a convenient time. We look at sending representatives, attending virtually, and making recordings.

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  1. 1 Arranging the meeting 
  2. 2 Parents sending a representative 
  3. 3 Parents attending virtually
  4. 4 Recording the hearing 

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