Here is my link to these important guidelines. This is like an Easter egg hunt, only it is for real.
Oddly they seem to have been removed from the DCSF website. So the Home Ed community is busy ensuring the Guidelines are still available for reference by anyone who needs them.
People who need them:
Members of the Select committee which will soon be looking into the Badman Review
Interested individuals following these events from overseas
Me, as they are relevant to what I am doing right now as a Home Educating parent
and of course the many Local Authorities.
Destroying books or data is a very, very serious matter. Controlling what is available on the internet is clearly an issue of huge importance.
As far as I know the 2007 guidelines are in force. So why would they be removed? And by whom?