What should you do if your child doesn’t get the school you want?
On March second, parents across the UK received notice stating whether or not their child had actually been accepted into the school of their choosing. Fortunately, if your child has not made it into the school of your choice, there is an appeal process that you can partake in. You will need to write a letter to your local representatives and state specifically why you disagree with the school’s decision. After the letter is received, a hearing will be scheduled.
- Sometimes, despite the best efforts, our children don’t get into a school we want them to.
- You will need to appeal to an authority to reverse the decision, or be put on a waitlist.
- Having logical reasons, and supporting facts for your child to attend a particular school will help your case.
“Have what you want to say written down in clear points, don’t rely on your memory as it could fail you if you’re feeling nervous on the day”