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It seems that the wording needs to reinforce the fact that Dad can make contact indirectly, of course, by letter/ email, but that this is not to discuss contact arrangements or encourage the child to make their own arrangements via these methods. Doing so would be in breach of the order and risk contact being suspended - perhaps this sort of wording in the recitals may assist in clarifying the issue.
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The wording could also state that the child is free to reply or not, that it is their choice and that dad is not necessarily to expect a reply from indirect contact outside of anything in the court order.
I would suggest that the school email address is not for personal contact - it is used for the school to communicate with him. He can have a separate email address for corresponding with his dad.
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