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6. What should I be told about my child and their progress?
Schools must give you a written report on your child at least once a year. This must include information on their:
The report should also tell you when you can discuss these with the school. This discusion usually takes place at a parents' evening. The head teacher may have the report translated into another language if English or Welsh is not your first language.
The school must also keep a school record for your child. The record must include:
Legally, you and your child have the right to a copy of your child's school record within 15 school days of you writing to ask for it.
If you don't agree with something in your child's school record, or you think there is a mistake in it, you have the right to write and ask the school's governing body to change it. If it won't give you your child's record, or make a change to it, you can contact the Information Commissioner or take legal action.
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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