Legal Updates

Transport and Special Educational Provision

Many children and young persons need transport to and from school, but can this be described as special educational provision and therefore be included in section F of an Education Health and Care plan (“EHCp”) in order to meet a clearly identified and related need in...

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Autism-friendly ‘quieter hour’

Morrisons has launched an autism-friendly 'quieter hour' for shoppers who struggle with music and noise. From 9am to 10am, the lights will be dimmed in all stores and the music and radio will be turned off. Tannoy announcements will also be avoided, checkout beeps and...

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When to be Specific in an EHCp

B-M and B-M v Oxfordshire County Council (SEN) [2018] UKUT 35 (AAC) The recent case of B-M and B-M v Oxfordshire County Council provides some much-welcomed clarity in relation the specificity that should appear in section F of an Education Health and Care plan...

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A Case of Perceived Disability

In the recent case of the Chief Constable of Norfolk v Coffey the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered an appeal by the Chief Constable of a case that went against them in the Employment Tribunal (ET). What was interesting about this case is that it considered...

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