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5. What will my child be taught at school?
All state-maintained schools must provide the national curriculum. This sets out what most children should be taught. However, a school can 'except' (remove) your child from some or all of the national curriculum for a short time if they think this is best for your child. You have a right to ask the head teacher to remove your child from certain lessons for a strong educational reason.
You can appeal to the school's governing body if:
You have the right to stop your child taking part in:
You can also complain about the curriculum to the governing body and to the local education authority.
This leaflet was published by the Legal Services Commission (LSC). It was written in association with the Advisory Centre for Education.
Leaflet Version: November 2019
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