a charity supporting parents & carers of challenging children

HELPP Help Education and Learning for Parents by Parents accepts no liability for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided in this web-site. We are not medical professionals and we are not giving any medical or professional advice or service through the publication or distribution of articles or comments on this web-site. Individuals with suspected or diagnosed disorders or syndromes, or any conditions discussed on this web-site should consult with a qualified professional for advice concerning diagnosis and treatment. HELPP is a Registered Charity, No: 1139691. HELPP is a Private Limited Company, No: 7434496. Copyright 2014 KieronDSmith all rights reserved.  Revised: 29 October 2014  


Contact us

Please also see these pages

Your Child's Right to Suitable Alternative Education

The LEA has a duty to provide suitable full-time education 'at school or otherwise' from the 16th day after a child is permanently excluded from school.

Full-time means supervised education equivalent to that provided by mainstream schools.

The number of hours should be:

You should:

Exclusion from schools - Permanent exclusions