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Challenging the placement of a pupil with SEN

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Last updated on 20 June 2017
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Can we contest the placement of a pupil with special educational needs (SEN)? We look at whether schools can challenge a decision to name a school on a child's education, health and care (EHC) plan. We also include advice on presenting your case to the local authority.

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  1. 1 Named schools
  2. 2 Contesting a placement
  3. 3 Writing to the LA
  4. 4 Pupils already at the school

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