Complaints Against Schools Solicitors

All schools are required to have a formal process that allows parents and guardians to raise complaints. The complaint process should be clear and transparent. As a parent or guardian, you have a right to complain. This must be responded to by the school in writing and the complaint procedure of the school should be freely available to you.

Please note: we are unfortunately unable to advise clients on a legal aid basis. If you are looking for legal aid, or for general guidance on what actions you can take to protect you or your child’s education rights, you can refer to the Education section of the Citizens Advice website.

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At IBB Law, we assist many parents with school complaints. It is often the case that a complaint can be resolved amicably through some form of alternative dispute resolution such as mediation and this is always preferable to having to resort to legal action.

If the issue remains unresolved, the issue can be escalated through complaint procedures all the way to the Secretary of State for Education.

Our in-house team at IBB Law are on hand to provide expertise, support and guidance for your complaint.

If you want to learn more about our services or if you have additional questions about your situation, please contact us directly to discuss your case in confidence.

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The information given here is intended for general information purposes only and should not be taken as legal advice.

If you want to know more about how we can help with your own legal queries surrounding academic failure, please contact our education law consultant Salima Mawji on 01895 207247 or email salima.mawji@ibblaw.co.uk.


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