Special educational needs archive 2006-2007


Archive has 6 results

  • London Borough of Waltham Forest (05A12278)

    Report Upheld Special educational needs 15-Jan-2007

    Summary: 'Ms Naylor' (not her real name for legal reasons) complained about the way that the Council dealt with the special educational needs of her son, 'Scott'.

  • Essex County Council (05A01826)

    Report Upheld Special educational needs 04-Dec-2006

    Summary: 'John Moore' (not his real name for legal reasons) has learning difficulties and emotional and behavioural problems after experiencing neglect and abuse. He has the needs of a much younger child. He was looked after by Essex County Council and had a statement of special educational needs. With the help of his advocate and solicitor, he complained about both Councils following a decision to move him to a residential placement in Kent.

  • Surrey County Council (05A13627)

    Report Upheld Special educational needs 13-Sep-2006

    Summary: 'Ms Davis' (not her real name for legal reasons) complains that the Council delayed in the assessment and statementing process for her son, 'John', who has learning difficulties, and that its communication with her during this process was inadequate.

  • London Borough of Lambeth (05B11513)

    Report Upheld Special educational needs 17-Jul-2006

    Summary: 'Mrs Harris' (not her real name for legal reasons) has a son, 'David', who has learning difficulties and health problems he finds embarrassing. He was bullied at school and, on 31 January 2005, he was attacked and robbed by two boys there. Mrs Harris withdrew him from school.Mrs Harris complained that the Council failed to provide education for David following his withdrawal from school.

  • London Borough of Wandsworth (05B01598)

    Report Upheld Special educational needs 06-Jul-2006

    Summary: 'Miss Ash' complains about the lack of educational provision by the London Borough of Wandsworth for her son, 'Scott', who has special educational needs.

  • Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council (05C00898)

    Report Upheld Special educational needs 27-Jun-2006

    Summary: 'Mr Beech' has a son named 'Michael' (not their real names for legal reasons) who has moderate learning difficulties. He complained about the way the Council handled Michael's statement of special educational needs at a time when he was due to transfer to secondary school.

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