Does the application for admission to a school have to be signed by both parents of a Ukrainian child?

If contacting both parents is not possible (e.g. a child’s father is fighting on the front or a child is under the care of their grandparents or a partner of their parent of the same sex with whom the child is in Poland), the headmaster cannot require the consent of the unreachable parent(s) before admitting the child to their school. No school’s headmaster may require that the application for admitting a child to school bear the signatures of both of the child’s parents – it is enough that the application be signed by the person actually looking after the child.