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Case Law Update 32 – St Helens v TE

In this update, the Upper Tribunal refused to overturn a decision to educate a 7-year-old boy at an independent school, given that his refusal to attend a mainstream school made that option inappropriate.

This case involved an appeal by the local authority against a decision of the First Tier Tribunal (‘FTT’) concerning the education of a boy of 7, who had autistic spectrum disorder (‘ASD’). The dispute between his parents and the local authority concerned whether he should be educated at a maintained primary school (the local authority’s proposed school) or an independent special school (the school sought by the parents).

You can read the case overview as well as what this means for children, young people and families, through the link provided below.

Case Law Update 32

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