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"Janata kept me fully informed at all times and understood straight away. I can't fault her in any respect."

A private client: education team

""Their experts are well informed and they are very efficient in the conduct of tribunal matters.""

Chambers and partners 2017

"Leena Hurloll regularly represents clients in high-profile education cases before the Court of Appeal and Upper Tribunal."

Chambers and partners 2017

"Janata has a good way of running cases. She is really nice to work with - practical and sensible and engages well with clients."

Independent third party: education

"Janata is very efficient and pleasant to deal with."

Independent third party: education

"Janata's preparation is very, very good. She is very organised and on top of her cases and meets deadlines well."

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Education Health and Care Plans

Your child's educational future is dependent upon many factors. If your child has some form of learning disability, an accurate description of his or her needs is imperative.

Education Health and Care Plans

Once an Education Health and Care Plan ("EHCP") is issued by the Local Authority (LA) after an Education Health and Care Needs assessment is conducted, the parents may review the EHCP.

If the parents are not satisfied with the contents of Sections B, F or I of the EHCP, they can appeal to the SEND Tribunal.

Once your child has an EHCP , the LA must conduct a review of the statement annually. This is to review and monitor the child's progress and needs. If the LA fails to do so, we can challenge that failure.

LA decisions can be challenged at every step of the way; however, to appeal to the SEND, we must appeal within 2 months of the LA's decision about your child's special educational needs. All Local Authorities must have regard to the Special Educational Needs Code of Practice, and you can obtain a copy of this from the Department for Education.

At Moore Blatch we have the skills, knowledge and resources to ensure that your best interests are protected at all times. We are entirely committed to meeting our clients' goals, and we can do so by providing individualised attention and highly knowledgeable legal advice.

Our team can be reached on 0808 231 6491 or you can contact us online.

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