This is a case I won at the Upper Tribunal in September 2021, NN V Cheshire East Council (SEN):  UKUT 220 (AAC) . It concerns education otherwise than at school [EOTAS] where it is not intended that the child will actually attend school but a school is nevertheless named on the EHCP whether that is for funding purposes or because the LA thinks it is better in some way to be attached to a school or for a school to manage the provision.Continue reading
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Kent CC Correspondence Lord Soley’s Home Education Bill
Here are some emails to and from Kent County Council regarding Lord Soley’s Home Education Bill covering the period 6 October 2017 to 17 November 2017. FOI LINK Continue reading
Ombudsman Decision: Boy Left Without Educational Provision In Norfolk For 5 Years
The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman has recently published a case where Norfolk Council must reimburse £1,500 the family spent obtaining professional reports and pay the parents £5000 for their child’s lost opportunities for education and support, plus £500 for their avoidable distress caused by the Council’s faults.
Financial Reason to get an EHCP for College
This is the explanation I have recently received about 16-18 college funding for students with special educational needs and disabilities. I am passing this on in the hope that it will explain the financial benefit to having an Education Health and Care Plan [EHCP] * Continue reading