For an offence under the Education Act 1996 s.444(1A) to be proved a court had to be satisfied to the criminal standard that, on the evidence before it, there was no reasonable justification for a parent's failure to ensure that a pupil attended school regularly. The burden of proof did not lie on the accused parent but on the prosecuting party.

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