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Why have I been issued a notice when my children only missed a short period of school?

Question:
Why have I been issued a notice when my children only missed a short period of school?
Answer:
On the 6th April 2017 the Supreme Court ruled in the Isle of Wight Council v Platt case, that regular attendance at school meant that a parent must ensure their child attends school every day on which it is open.

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