Primary school unlawfully discriminates against young school girl as a result of her disability (ASD).
20 March 2017
Worthingtons Solicitors were instructed on behalf of a young primary school child, who suffers from Aspergers Syndrome, an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and who is the subject of a Statement of Special Educational Needs. The young girl was excluded from her class residential away trip, and was suspended from school on two occasions as a result of her behaviour, which arose (it was argued) as a result of her disability and as a result of the school’s failure to put in place adequate coping strategies for her. Read More