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An independent national service centre for parents of children in state-funded education. They operate a dedicated advice line. The key topics on which ACE can provide further advice, information and support are: exclusion from school, school admissions, special educational needs and all other education-based issues with particular focus on the legal position/rights of parents and how to take unresolved matters further.

http://www.ace-ed.org.uk/
0300 0115 142

Helping children and adults get the most from learning

Here you can find resources to help children complete their homework

http://www.homeworkelephant.co.uk/

Offering help and information for young people 13-19 years.

https://www2.cxdirect.com/home.htm
0800 100 900

Ofsted has launched a website, ParentView, that gives parents in England the opportunity to assess state schools against 12 criteria covering safety, bullying, behaviour, teaching, leadership, homework, pupils’ progress, and pupils’ general happiness at the school. They will use the information you provide when making decisions about which schools to inspect, and when.

https://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/
0300 123 4234 – about education or adult skills 0300 123 1231 – about children’s services or any other aspect of our work
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They provide an ‘intensive care’ full-time education for children aged between 9 and 18 who are unable to go to school because they have been severely bullied or who have suffered trauma.

www.redballoonlearner.co.uk
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A national charity that places highly trained practitioners in schools to support children and families, whatever they are going through.

http://www.schoolhomesupport.org.uk/
0845 337 0850