Dear Westminster City Council,

Please supply the following under the Freedom of Information Act 2000:

Has Professor Daniel Monk ever been engaged by the council to give a
talk, provide materials or training in aspects of the law relating to elective home education or education otherwise than at school?

Please detail the nature of any contact with Professor Daniel Monk, including dates and venue of any training received from him. Please also inform at to whether any such training was undertaken as part of a triborough arrangement and included Hammersmith and Fulham and Kensington and Chelsea Councils.

Please also supply copies of any documentation, including emails, relating to
interpretations of the law relating to education otherwise than at school, in particular to elective home education, whether provided by Professor Monk himself, or produced by the Council informing policy and practice relating to elective home education as a result of training or information imparted by Professor Monk.

Please also list any books or published papers by Professor Daniel Monk
in the possession of the council.

SIncerely, Neil Taylor

Westminster City Council

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Dear Mr Taylor,
 
Freedom of Information Act 2000
 
Thank you for your request for information that was received on 24 April
2018.
 
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