||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 137 (May)
||Queen's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
||Deobrah Hay (instructed by Langley Wellington, Gloucester) for the claimant.
||Paul Greatorex (instructed by Tony Kershaw) for the authority.
||10 May 2006
Education - Special educational needs - Educational provision - Statement of special educational needs naming day school - Claimant contending boarding school required for severe asperger's syndrome and related disorders - Tribunal dismissing appeal against statement - Whether tribunal in error.
The special education needs and disability tribunal had not erred in dismissing the claimant's appeal, which had been based on the needs of her son, H, which she contended required a boarding school rather than the day school as named in his statement of special educational needs.
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