Angela Cunningham, senior education welfare officer at Northumberland County Council, said: "The council works in close partnership with schools, governors and parents to curb unauthorised absences as promptly as possible.
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SEWO stands for Senior Education Welfare Officer (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Newport's senior education welfare officer Val Davies said local authorities had been heavily involved in piecing together the document.
Senior education welfare officer Angela Cunningham said the sentence sent a clear message to parents.
Speaking after the hearing, Cynthia Roe, the county council's senior education welfare officer said: ``Taking parents to court is a last resort.
Carmarthenshire council's senior education welfare officer, Avril Jones, said afterwards: "We prefer to work with families to get children to attend school regularly and we only prosecute as a last resort.
Senior education welfare officer Steve Lister said: "Prosecutions are the last resort but we hope it will make parents understand they have a responsibility to ensure their child gets the most out of school by attending regularly.
Lesley Smith, senior education welfare officer at the education authority, said: "The indications are that there has been a positive increase in attendance and the situation is improving.
Gordon Hyndman, senior education welfare officer for Cardiff council, said condoned absences were of major concern at this time of the year.