If your child is sick, the absence must be authorised. Schools should accept parents’ notes and not routinely ask for doctors’ letters. However if the absence is long-term or repeated they may want proof that your child is genuinely unwell and unable to attend school. Keep copies of any appointment letters or medical reports.
megane27 pisze:no nie wiem, rozmawialam z dyrektorka i ona mi powiedziala ze jak dziecka nie ma tydzien w szkole to oni chca potwierdzenia od lekarza.
Thank you for the letter about our child's recent absences. As you are already aware from the infomation already provided they were for: [ ].
As you should also be aware a medical certificate is not usually provided by a GP or statutorily required before the 8th day of sickness. If you require a certificate for shorter absences please confirm that you will be happy to reimburse me for any charge levied by the GP and also if our child has a minor illness that means an absence of only one or two days that you will be happy for our child to be absent for longer than this if the GP is unable to see him or her for three to four days to provide the requisite medical certificate. I am sure you are aware this is the norm in many GP practices. Further if I have to take additional time off work that you will prepared to reimburse me or my husband for any loss of earnings.
I shall be delighted to discuss these issues with the school nurse or the head teacher if you will be so kind as to telephone me to make a mutually convenient appointment. If I am able to see the head I shall also appreciate using the meeting as an opportunity to receive a full progress report about my child's academic achievements this term and am sure it will be no problem for the head to liaise with all the teachers involved in my son's learning.
with best wishes.
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