School Admissions & Exclusions – Recent Developments Uncovered

Hannah Lynch is filming a webinar next week, for MBL Seminars, on recent developments in Admissions & Exclusions Law and other related areas of Education/SEND law. Hannah has been asked to provide this webinar after the popularity of her 2022 webinar on the same subject.

This webinar will cover the following:

Admissions outside normal admissions rounds: Litigation risk if suitable education is not provided to children moving into a new local authority area, considering R (on the Application of SB and ZB) v London Borough of Croydon and NHS South West London ICB [2023] EWHC 489 (Admin)

Local authorities’ duties to secure suitable school placements for young people with EHCPs—recent case law showing different routes of legal challenge, including pursuant to s19 Education Act 1996

Placing pupils in off-site alternative provision

Admissions obligations applying to non-maintained special schools but not other independent special schools

Recent exclusions developments and caselaw, including R (on the application of a parent) v Governing Body of XYZ School [2022] EWHC 1146 (Admin)

The webinar goes live on 13th November. For access, please book through the MBL website using the following link:—Recent-Developments-Uncovered—Webinar/18021

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