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.theguardian - 2 month ago

Welsh watchdog criticises lack of action since home-school scurvy death

Children’s commissioner says moves to better regulate home education have been slow and ineffectiveThe Welsh government is failing in its legal duty to protect the rights of home-educated children a decade after a boy who was being taught by his parents slipped under the radar of education and health officials and died of scurvy, an official report has concluded.Eight-year-old Dylan Seabridge lived in a secluded rural community in Pembrokeshire, south-west Wales, where he had not been seen by any agencies or services for seven years. Continue reading...


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