Making a complaint about an Oxfordshire school
If, after a school or board of governors have dealt with your complaints or you are still unhappy with a decision that was taken, you can contact Oxfordshire County Council for advice on what to do next. For example, if you feel that the governing body has acted unreasonably, you can consider complaining to the Secretary of State for Education.
For more information about complaining to the Department for Education, the EFA or the Secretary of State.
Ofsted can consider complaints about schools but only where the complaint is about the whole school not about individual children.
If Anneliese is your local MP, she can help by writing to the Local Government Ombudsman to support your case. If you would like Anneliese's help please email email@example.com or write to Anneliese Dodds MP, Unit A, Bishops Mews, Transport Way, Oxford, OX4 6HD
Before you get in touch please check that Anneliese is your MP here
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