ALL families face a fine of £ 120 if they take their children on holiday during school time according to the rules.
The councils are now deciding whether to impose a fine of £ 120 parents who get their kids out of school for fun.
This means that some parents will be fined and others will not, depending on local authorities.
But in dispersal to prevent children from skipping lessonsthe government said all parents could face a fine of £ 120 if they do.
In a consultation published Friday, the plans hint that student registers can be maintained electronically.
He could see that local councils could access all school attendance data in their area.
Parents whose children have five days of unauthorized absence or delay for one semester, take time off during the semesteror are in public during the first five days of exclusion, will face a fixed fine, plans suggest.
During the school year, families face a maximum of two fines for each child.
And parents may even be prosecuted if these restrictions are violated.
The government has said it wants to end the “zip lottery” if parents are fined for being absent in some areas and not in others.
These plans will hit families on limited budgets who cannot afford to take their children on vacation during official school holidays when prices jump.
These are not the only fines you may face this summer.
By wearing flip-flops while driving, you could get slapped A fine of £ 5,000.
While simply taking pebbles off the beach can lead to you A fine of £ 1,000 if caught.
A barbecue by the sea can mean also a fine of £ 100.
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