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Decision: Directions issued to Slough Borough Council

Department For Education

April 1
16:34 2021

Direction issued to Slough Borough Council (October 2017)

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The fifth direction, dated May 2020, required Slough Borough Council to work with the Secretary of State and the Childrens Services Commissioner towards the establishment of a future operating model for the delivery of childrens services in Slough.

The fourth direction, dated October 2017, required Slough Childrens Services Trust to transfer their services for children with special educational needs (SEN) to Slough Borough Council.

These directions followed the now revoked 3rd direction and ministerial letter issued to the council.

These directions are now closed. A direction issued by the Department for Education on 1 April 2021 replaces them.

Published 2 October 2017
Last updated 1 April 2021 +show all updates
  1. Updated with a link to the sixth direction issued to Slough Borough Council. These directions are now closed.

  2. Added an additional statutory direction about complying with the Childrens Services Commissioner's requests.

  3. First published.

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