You would be told in a contact record what the local authority is concerned about and why. Wherever possible you will have been informed of this beforehand, and ways in which the provision can be improved will have been discussed with you.
You will be told what the authority believes needs to happen to address any concerns. The authority may be able to suggest other services which may be useful to you and your child or may suggest asking other people for advice. The report will contain specific recommendations which would ensure that your child(ren) receive a suitable education. It will also suggest timescales and arrangements for future contact to ensure progress has been made. If progress has not been made in providing a suitable education the authority may conclude that a young person is not being suitably educated, and will refer the matter on to Families First, Targeted services.