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Pupil Attendance Service (Camden Learning)

(Formerly known as Education Welfare Service (Camden Council))

Deals with school attendance and truancy, prosecutes parents for non-attendance of children . Concerns with child protection and welfare, and bullying where pupils are not attending school. Gives advice and training on how to improve attendance to schools. Acts as a link between a child's school and home. Also deals with inspection of pupils with entertainment and employment licences and monitoring of pupils educated at home. For Freedom of Information requests email: foi.csf@camden.gov.uk. For Child Employment Permits, Child Entertainment Licences and Chaperone Licences, please email ce@camden.gov.uk. Copies of the guidance and applications forms are available on the Camden website. Information can be emailed including any supporting documents. For Elective Home Education, please email ehe@camden.gov.uk.  Information on Elective Home Education  are available on the Camden website.

Contact details

Contact Name
Ed Magee
Contact Position
Service Manager
Telephone
020 7974 1653
Fax: 020 7974 4035
020 7974 7152
E-mail
pas@camden.gov.uk
Website
www.camden.gov.uk/schools 

Address

Address
5 Pancras Square
c/o Camden Town Hall, Judd Street
London
Postcode
WC1H 9JE

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.

Costs

Cost(s)
Free service.

Further details

Parent Body
Camden Council Supporting People Directorate.
Client Group
Children 5-16 years.
Catchment Area
Pupils attending Camden schools; Camden pupils attending a school outside the Borough should contact the Education Welfare Service for the borough their child attends school in.
Referrals Policy

Parents can self-refer via duty calls or referrals are accepted via the pupil's school. Children's workers wanting to make a referral to this service should use the eCAF form.

Languages
Somali; Bengali
Last checked date
24/05/2021
Record ID
1885
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