In what ways does the condition of undocumentedness impact on migrant children’s access to, and experiences of education? How do teachers engage with these children? To what extent, if any, current immigration enforcement practice penetrate school premises? Vanessa Hughes and I gave a paper at the British Association for International and Comparative Education (BAICE) conference in Cambridge (Churchill College, 8-10 September) around these questions based on the material we collected during our research on irregular migrant children and families in the UK. We also took the opportunity to distribute a few hard copies of the report and executive summary. An article addressing the same questions is in preparation.